10 Latest User Experience (UX) Statistics in 2022

User experience stats is a unique opportunity to estimate what happens on your website. Using the Plerdy tool, you can track user sessions and interactions daily. It has a free feature for a quick UX check and the functionality for more profound usability research you can access after installing the Plerdy tracking code. This data lets you detect UX bottlenecks on your website to enhance its usability. The better the user experience, the more converted leads.
Discover the latest user experience (UX) stats for 2022. These findings are based on the data collected on thousands of websites. They show typical behavioral patterns to mind for user experience optimization.

UX Statistics Based On Plerdy Data
4 Total clicks
907 User sessions
125 Sessions that scrolled to the last part of the page
8 Total cursor movements
Statistics on clicks

We can see that the correlation between mobile and desktop clicks varies depending on the day. On weekends, people are more likely to browse on mobile devices. They also rarely use tablets in general. You must also track where visitors click. If some items don't get interactions, the usability (UX) may be bad, so you need to enhance the user experience.

5,590,181
Total clicks
2,746,120
Mobile
76,097
Tablet
2,767,964
Desktop
Statistics on scroll depth

The scroll statistics imply that a large share of users doesn't reach the bottom of the page. Thus, if you place critical UX elements too far, no one will see them. So gather the scroll data to offer an optimum user experience and place important buttons, CTA, or menus within reach.

103
Total scroll actions
Statistics on user sessions without clicks

Around half of user sessions happen without clicks. It means a person visits the page, sees its content, and goes away. The reasons usually vary, so you need a user experience (UX) analysis. Your website may lack important information, have unconvincing calls to action, or offer a bad user experience.

1064241
User sessions
584652 (54.94)%
Statistics on user sessions without clicks
Statistics on single-page sessions

One-page sessions, when users make many interactions on the first page and then leave, are a classic example of a bounce. If your bounce rate is high, users may be unable to find the necessary conversion element, or their user experience may be confusing for any other reason.

1064241
User sessions
743598 (69.87)%
Statistics on single-page sessions
Statistics on sessions without scrolls

Around a quarter of visitors don't scroll website pages at all. It can signify that they are non-targeted traffic or you have user experience issues. I recommend combining this report with additional UX data to detect the reasons behind such behavior.

1064241
Total sessions
265715 (24.97)%
Statistics on sessions without scrolls
Statistics on sessions with scrolling to the bottom of a page

Very few visitors reach page footers. What does it tell us about user experience? Locate essential design elements like the Check Price button, reviews, or certification badges closer to the top. Also, consider shortening the page length altogether.

1064241
Total sessions
151606 (14.25)%
Statistics on sessions with scrolling to the bottom of a page
Statistics on cursor movements

This report reflects how actively people navigate your website. Note that a potential customer may use a 1920px screen resolution monitor. Then, the first screen will contain many elements; therefore, such analytics won't show the real picture. Thus, you should use this report as a supplement to other UX reports.

9486918
Statistics on cursor movements
Statistics on sessions with the mouse cursor active on one part of the page only

Leads that navigate only one part of the page pay no attention to content in other sections. This statistical data helps evaluate desktop website versions. It won't provide you with accurate data on mobile users since they don't use a mouse.

1064241
Total sessions
780890 (73.38)%
Statistics on sessions with the mouse cursor active on one part of the page only
Statistics on sessions with the cursor reaching the bottom of a page

The mouse cursor rarely reaches the last website section. So you must consider this user experience specifics while optimizing your website. Don't put life-critical information too low.

1064241
Total sessions
44294 (4.16)%
Statistics on sessions with the cursor reaching the bottom of a page
Statistics on page views by traffic channels

Most users come from organic search, followed by direct, UTM, and Google Ads. This data allows you to evaluate user activity, taking into account traffic sources, and plan your marketing campaigns accordingly. You may also focus your UX optimization effort on the needs of the primary target audience.

2447586
Total page views
757,047
Direct
927,796
Organic
137,219
Referral
105,964
Social
336,628
UTM
182,853
Google ADS
1090230
Total sessions
268,790
Direct
480,506
Organic
61,945
Referral
58,054
Social
146,581
UTM
74,354
Google ADS
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