Most of the widely known e-commerce websites and services (e.g. Amazon, eBay, etc.) are not available in Iran, therefore a different e-commerce ecosystem including numerous online shops has emerged over the years. Torob, being a search enginge for e-commerce, provided a chance for people to search across different websites for a product they are looking for. Torob mainly helps users in two ways:
After the user chooses the product they want to purchase, they are redirected to the shop's website and complete their purchase there.
NNgroup's UX Research cheet sheet iterates over phases of Discover, Explore, Test, and Listen.
Lo-fi mock-ups of Torob's Android application, showing the search flow in the application and the overall structure of the related pages.
I tried to discuss the challanges that comes with designing in a different language with the communities, but the true answer definitely lies in more usability testing with the users.
Hi-fi mock-ups of the Torob's alternative navigation bars for the desktop browser view. Persian is a rtl language and so the design should change accordingly.