The new card feature is great! I have now tested them for a long time in a hidden area of my website. Friends with very different PC skills (none to great) also worked with it as a test. I haven't put it into production yet because I'm missing two small important points that would probably be very easy to implement:
1. Photographers are aesthetes. The image is always in the foreground. Unfortunately, the images are now "defaced" by check boxes when I move the mouse over them. Even more annoying are the fixed checkboxes on mobile websites. In addition, there is a risk that visitors will accidentally click on it. Well understood: you have designed the whole thing in an exemplary manner and many users probably want exactly that; e.g. when selling is the main purpose of the website. But very many professional photographers only want to show the highly annoying box once the user has activated the selection mode! It would be wonderful if I could optionally choose between the standard implemented today and the variant "Show check box only in selection mode".
2. As soon as I click on the shopping cart at the bottom right, the shopping cart appears in the two-page view. Unfortunately, the same title text (above) and "Order" button text (below) appear on both pages, although technically it's a two-step process. This unsettles many users. In the opinion of some of my volunteer testers, these texts should be able to be labeled differently on both sides, e.g.
- Title above: Your choice
- Command button below: Proceed to order
- Title above: Order
- Command button below: Submit order
Thank you again for your great work, creativity and sense of quality!
Best greetings from Switzerland