After 3 years since their last redesign Dave Friston of Zone1 Creative has redesigned the beadazzle.co.uk site. The site is built in Digi shop and the zone creative developers re-themed the site but kept the underlying Digi shop code. Tell … Continue reading →
Why is Amazon so popular? Is it that they have a slick interface, clean information about what you want to buy, simple shipping methods and charges?
Look at a product page on Amazon and you might as well as throw the design handbook out of the window. I might as well as get Dave trained in how to make a badly structured 1980′s website. Continue reading →
Beadazzle.co.uk suggested a competition where their customers could build a box set of 3 Pandora charms and give a title for their creation. from this they would then choose 3 from all the entries and these would then go head to head in faceoff for social likes via facebook. Continue reading →
The recent site redesign gives the customer the benefit of large thumbnails but this in turn increased the full page site by 700K. Especially were the page has so many images. To help improve the performance you can include pagination but the site owner really did not want to have this feature, as the click through rate for next page was very low. Continue reading →
Dave has been working hard over the last couple of months getting Caine Fashions new site design implemented in X-Cart.
New functionality includes homepage slideshow, animated menu’s, New site look and foooter, RSS feed from social networks showing in footer, Larger thumbnail images, new pop up dialogues for size guides and delivery information.
We have just put live the site upgrade to Ackerman Music based in East Sussex, UK. The site runs on X-Cart 4.2 and includes a new mega menu navigation menu along side live branch availability for individual products.
With 30K plus products on this store, this site is by far the largest store we have seen on X-Cart.
Typically most e-commerce sites have one shared help page for returns policy, shipping details and terms and conditions. I have just seen the newly redesigned (again) ebuyer.com website and the help section gets in own drop down. They have broken down the help pages into 5 sections and then also a page for contacting them via a form, e-note and forums.
It allows your customer to get an answer to their query without searching for it, and gives the customer another reason to carry on the buying process.