Sites tagged with shopping cart
Ever heard of Echo Panel? It’s a highly sustainable and soundproof material that Cre8 Sound + Design specialise in. They provide everything from unique furniture to the installation of wall panelling systems specifically designed for acoustics. With this site project, we designed the mod homepage to reflect their ergonomic position in the market, while in the backend we customised their shopping cart which required some special options. Have a little hover over their recent work to see brief specs … spesh.
We created a flexible shopping cart site for Joy Beans, a local Gold Coast company with great aspirations to create better working and environmental conditions in the coffee growing regions across the world.
We are loving this site – looks so good! Can’t wait to show it off to the real world ha ha!
Joy Beans Team
Megan from Grace Loves Lace approached us with the challenge of creating a brand package along with a powerful shopping-cart site for her new company, all within a tight budget.
Utilising the integrated micro blog and frequent social networking updates has helped really kickstart her company. So far hits and subsequent sales have been booming with the site featured on various fashion blogs. A full site upgrade will be coming soon. Stay tuned!
(PS: the site features some beautiful photography from Ali Mitton)
Look Love Want is an online gallery of contemporary, original, limited edition prints. It’s a place where covetable art can be collected at a click. The shopping-cart site is powered by WordPress, providing a seamless and easy to use CMS.
We worked with the team at Design Culture to come up with an intuitive layout that will also be flexible enough to handle the ever growing collection.
I really appreciate all your work with this, it’s looking better than I could wish for.
Started by a couple local girls, this site has quickly taken off thanks to some creative social marketing! We have streamlined the purchase process with user accounts, removing drop down menu’s and displaying out of stock products clearly.
Now this was a fun, alternative project that resulted in something special: a horizontal, scroll-along, single-page site that features a drag and drop shopping cart which also works on mobile devices. The client was super happy with the result!
But tell you what – the site looks and feels absolutely fantastic…
The Australian distributer of Nokchawon Tea came to Thrive looking for a fresh new site.
The main goal of the new design was clear navigation around the products and categories.
Australian label VELLA CAMPBELL is a showcase of complimentary mens and ladies fashion with a sense of mystery and just a dash of drama.
Working with Shaun’s design ideas we put together a stylish site that is easy to navigate and manage.
Thanks again for all your work on this, we’re super happy with it… we’d be happy to recommend you :)