Congratulations for making us skate just before Christmas, guys. Really useful.
But not everyone is as happy with his latest change. The brand has unveiled a new website, which basically has the entire Twitter in the arms.
So, what is different? Well, the design of its purchase pages has been updated and the navigation bar has been changed to make it easier to search.
However, the quick view feature has been removed – and people are quite upset about it.
The tweets include: Asos has updated the layout of his website and I feel betrayed. What did they hurt, there is more than & # 39; quick view & # 39; it's like shopping online on 101 'clothes, and:' I love the @ ASOS website revamped, but why is there no more quickview ?! 😩 [sic]. & # 39;
Others just can not get used to the new layout. A customer wrote, "I am irrationally angry at the new ASOS website. I do not like change, "while another said," What did you do for your website? " 🙁 It was so easy to use … [sic]. & # 39;
@ASOS What did you do for your website? 🙁 It was so easy to use …
– Steph (@ItsStephm_) December 5, 2017
– Kirstie 🤶🏻 (@AlohaKirstie) December 5, 2017
LOVING the new site @ASOS 😍
– Elaine Malone (@misseblog) December 5, 2017
@ASOS Your new website is cuuuuute!
– Kemi Aofolaju (@kemirrobyn) December 5, 2017
Fortunately for ASOS, there are also a lot of good reviews, such as: "LOVE the new @ASOS website", and: "Your new website is cuuuuute!"
TBH, we understand that it can be difficult to adapt to change. But we think everyone should just give it time.
And let's be honest, nothing will stop us from buying on ASOS. Because it's an addiction that lasts a lifetime.