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Home Depot follows 73% of Desktop Checkout Best Practices. The biggest opportunities to reduce friction and cart abandonments are in making the guest checkout the default, and by better using space on the customer information page to reduce the perceived effort required to check out.
There are no distractions or unnecessary fields in Home Depot's checkout - the navigation is removed, minor fields like promo codes are hidden, and forms are ordered intuitively and as expected. That said, forms can still be re-organized to feel shorter for users, by taking up less vertical space and placing the field labels inside each field. There is also a lack of clear shipping information aside from the cost, as well as a lack of any reassurance or "Prozac" near the final "Place Order" button.
The Home Depot Desktop Checkout complies with 74% of our recommended best practices.