Most of us are creatures of habit. Aren’t we? Once we like something we will usually get back to it again. This is why good ecommerce store should be designed in a familiar for everyone interface style, creating pleasant shopping experience. There are many industry standards that are helping to create user friendly websites. You could follow the rules or ignore, either way it will have an impact on a website’s usability and overall your income. This subject is immense so in the text below I’ve covered only few examples, nevertheless I hope it will help you to get an idea.
Some time ago we created a Shopify Manual, which explains how to use the platform. In most cases, companies do not have a dedicated online store person, so they need to train a few people, if not the whole team. The manual was created to help with that (and to reduce the quantities of emails asking about adding products, but you didn’t hear me say that). You can sign-up for 14 days free trial of Shopify. If you do, you can follow this tutorial to learn the basics of Shopify store management.
You have a great product which is now ready to be sold online. There are many ways you can approach it. First of all you should take your budget into consideration. Once you have an estimate of it you will be able decide if you wish to do it yourself or if you would like to employ someone who can do it for you. There are many freelancers or small and larger ecommerce design companies that provide this sort of services. The quality of an end-product will depend on the designer’s skills and their knowledge in building an ecommerce.
Here’s something for beginner CSS. Fitting two divs right next to each other, without an empty space between. Here’s an example:
Here are some great helpful books to add to your collection for designers or anyone interested in the field. These books are a handy reference to have in your bookshelf. From basic design principles to improving your creativity to managing your time. Enjoy!
Hey! Recently we’ve heard that a lot of businesses in our area have problems with Web Designers taking money for projects and not delivering anything. We are a new company, and as such we don’t have a huge portfolio of happy clients, so we needed to address this issue so people are more willing to trust us. We don’t want people wondering if we’ll actually do the work they are paying for, it’s bad for PR and the lot. We already had a system to keep track of all the work we are doing, including different projects, clients, bugs and the lot. We decided to use that same system, upgraded a little, to incorporate milestones, and client logins.