Ecommerce Web Design
An e-commerce website is an online shop. It's a place where a customer can look at a product, put it in their basket and pay for it all in one place. More and more people are shopping in this way, so it makes sense that e-commerce websites are becoming a popular choice for businesses.
Content Management System
A Content Management System (CMS) sits behind the scenes of a website. It allows you to amend things on your website such as pictures and copy. All our brochure websites have a CMS built in so that should you need to change or update anything you can do so quickly and easily yourself. Of course, if you have any problems, we will be there to help.
We integrate our e-commerce websites with your stock control system giving you a live inventory of what you have in or out of stock. It also means that if you sell a product, either online or in your store, it is removed from your online shop preventing it from being sold twice. If you don't have a stock control system then we can work with you to make one which manages your stock through the website.
If you want your own payment solution we can do this for you but we can also integrate our e-commerce websites with pay providers such as Sage Pay, World Pay, PayPal, Pay Point, Google Checkout.
Search Engine Optimisation
We all know the power of search engines such as Google. They help us connect with customers who haven't yet found us. But, have you ever wondered how some companies appear higher in the listings than others? It's all down to Search Engine Optimisation (or SEO). There are some things that can be done when a website is being built to help get it higher in the rankings. There are also some things to do after launch that will boost it even more. When we build our websites we make sure the SEO is the best it can possibly be. And, if you want some more support to improve your rankings after it's launched then you can talk to us about that too.
One of the most important things about our websites is that they are easy for anyone to use. Too often potential customers will get frustrated with a website that is difficult to use and take their business elsewhere. The processes we use to build our websites make sure the user experience (or UX as it's known in the industry) is the best it can possibly be.
Most people have a mobile phone and many of them use it to look at websites. It seems crazy that you wouldn't make your website user-friendly on a mobile, right? We make sure our websites work just as well on a mobile phone as they do on a desktop computer so you won't miss out on the extra business that mobile phone users can bring.