When it comes to ecommerce websites, good design stands for more than mere aesthetics. It stands for maximum user comfort, efficient information delivery, effective brand building and cast-iron reliability.
It stands for a seamless and engaging shopping experience across all platforms in an omni-channel sales environment, regardless of whether it relies on responsive, native or adaptive design approaches. And most importantly, perhaps, it stands for customized business success.
At ECommerce Partners, our designers therefore specialize in building websites that are not only visually attractive but that also support existing brands across a variety of channels boosting brand awareness and increasing revenue generation.
Check out some of the websites we designed.
Our Web Design Services
Our design service portfolio includes:
- Designing a new online presence
- Re-designing a re-platformed site
- Creating unique landing pages
- Developing the creative for email campaigns
Our Web Design Process
When designing an ecommerce website, we follow a well-defined, systematic process. Built upon a strong foundation, it starts only once we have a firm grip on the business at hand and the best strategy for its online success.
While some clients provide us with this type of strategic foundation, most have us develop it for them. In such cases, we apply our proven ERS (Ecommerce Requirements Specifications) methodology, creating customized, actionable ecommerce recommendations, including an in-depth strategic concept and a series of targeted documents, such as a creative brief, a taxonomy, and wire frames.
Once all this is in place, our web designers take over. Cooperating closely with our ecommerce strategists, UI experts, and Information Architects, they create a series of custom designs geared to engage your target audience and deliver business results.
After you approve the designs, we forward the visuals along with a comprehensive style guide to the web development (link) team to build the site. Indeed the design process is the first component of the EDM (Ecommerce Development Module), which starts once the ERS phase is completed and includes technical specifications, development, QA, acceptance testing, migration and launch.
Chart below illustrates the components of the ERS phase
Chart below illustrates the components of the EDM phase