Our sites tagged with "shopping cart"
ACE Community College was looking for a complete rebuild with a modern, stable platform capable of showcasing courses at various college locations with the ability for users to enrol and pay for their chosen course. ACE wanted something new and refreshing. They came to the right place! The website is filled with vibrant and lively imagery, complimented by a calm and confident colour scheme. There are various animations to keep the user intrigued and an Ajax loading blog that is fun to navigate through. The aim was to keep the site youthful, fun and positive and to widen their demographic. Check it out!
Thank you to you and your team for delivering us a fantastic new website. It works (very important) is functional and looks great.
– Kerry Johnson, Principal
An online store that sells nifty specialised gift bundles. Checkout the impressive opening scrolling animation that worked great with their beautifully photographed products!
The site looks amazing, you guys get better and better!
This well-established online jewellery shop is run by two sisters on the Gold Coast. They came to us to breathe new life into their online presence, with softer touches and by creating a more harmonious, flowing experience. Their meaningful and progressive business model has been flourshing online and with the new site we aimed for a more modern digital platform to showcase the products and to really tell their story clearly.
The general message of positive wellbeing was themed consistently throughout the site, while the web space was used as efficiently as possible, relaying all the necessary information clearly to their customers, as well as being easy for them to navigate through. Mainly catering for intelligent, image-conscious, tech-savvy women, the site is clean and modern in appearance and functionality, but still edgy enough to attract the contemporary crowd they are after.
The website is going so well and has been received amazingly by our community.
We recently launched a fully redesigned version of this very successful e-commerce site. With a mobile browsing overtaking desktop this year the site had to be retina ready and responsive, and we took a lot of care developing a unique gallery system that works great on small touch devices and large desktop screens.
We really appreciate all the work you have done over the past 3 years and you’ve seen us go from nothing to quite a large team now. You do great work and have recommended you to so many friends for their sites over the years.
Utilising the integrated micro blog and frequent social networking updates has helped this business THRIVE. So far visits and subsequent sales have been booming after the upgrade with the site featured on various fashion blogs.
Mariana Hardwick is a Sydney and Melbourne based dressmaker with a prestigious 30 year history. Their classic and contemporary wedding gowns are made in-house by a team of elite dressmakers to the highest possible standard of fit and construction.
Using a simple palette and minimal copy we created a design that deliberately stands back to create an emotional connection with each dress. The simple, user-friendly UX and image rich design allows an immediate emotional connection and delivers a seamless user experience. Important information is brought forward in the hierarchy encouraging less clicks to purchase.
The end result is an absolutely stunning and functional site for one of Australia’s most celebrated wedding dress makers.
The website looks amazing guys.
A really sophisticated finish, Love it!
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.