Online Stores Design92%
Our approach to the website development is based on a deep understanding of your needs and specific requirements of your business. We work with you for your benefits and we are more than happy to support your ideas, help you develop them into beautiful, yet very effective tools. Finally we realize that each project comes with its unique challenges and we prepare ourselves accordingly. Our way of approaching website design process allows us to deliver best results each time at very affordable costs.
Keep the design clean and transparent. Think about what is most important to convince visitors to make a purchase. Avoid overwhelming visitors with too much information within a small area.
Make it easy for your visitors to purchase goods and check what they have already ordered. Make your cart as visible as possible, easy to recognize for clients and link it to your checkout without any complications.
Always give your visitors a clear idea of where they are within your shop. Breadcrumb links are a very good way to keep them well informed. Other way is having drop down menus which present the structure of you E-commerce.
Create a checkout process that is as simple as can be. Fields should be easy to fill-out, not too close to each other. Pages should be clearly labeled and transparent. Avoid any distractions that could disturb the checkout process.
Make it clear to your customers what is going to happen when they click on something and how they can finalize their purchases. Guide them in a way that they understand what to expect on each section of your shop.
Whether it’s your colours, buttons, layout or style, keep a consistent image across your e-commerce to avoid confusing your visitors. Inconsistency usually causes uncertainty which simply leads to a drop-off in sales.
Strong calls-to-action (it is recommended to have no more than one per page) encourages a buyer to take a next step toward completing a purchase. This may be “Add to Cart”, “Checkout” or “Submit Payment”.
When customers are not ready to commit to a purchase, they may be willing, for example, to view your demo product, but not ready to purchase a full version. Rather than lose customers, keep them on your website!