I'd say don't stray. Stick with conventions - username, password, cart, etc. I don't use a "cart" in many brick-n-mortar businesses, yet the "cart" thing seems to be universally accepted for an Internet venue. IOW, it is well defined and recognized. I build private family oriented sites - cyberhomes, as it were. Rather than using the excepted convention of "password", I used "keycode" for registration and access on one. Big mistake! Registrants inevitably ask "What is a keycode?" They don't really "get the idea". > I think it is fine. > why not stray just a little from the norm. > Besides , I think that every one should get the idea that > the "bag" is just the same as a "cart". > who the hell shops at a premium clothing store with a cart anyway. > J > > On Thursday, March 11, 2004, at 04:40 AM, Andy Budd wrote: > > > We're about to design a site for a premium clothing brand. I'm > > thinking about using a large-ish graphic of their shopping bag to act > > as the icon for their shopping cart/basket, as per > > http://www.gap.com/asp/shopping_bag.asp?wdid=0 > > > > What do people think about breaking the shopping cart/basket > > convention this way and using the term shopping bag, along with an > > image of a shopping bag?