E-commerce website work

I would have to say that out of every type of website we work on, e-commerce would be the most challenging. Selling products online can be much more of an investment than many may realize, so that puts even more pressure on us to design and build a pleasant experience for our clients’ customers. Our job is to remove as many barriers as we can so that all of the focus is on the product, not using the site. We ultimately want our clients to profit from their investment!

That being said, I thought I'd share a few of our e-commerce projects, and give our clients a little shout-out.

Heartwood Birdhouses

Heartwood Birdhouses

Heartwood Birdhouses lies in the small town of Star, Mississippi. These good folks not only design these miniature feats of architecture, but they also hand-manufacture each one. And in addition to bat- and ladybug-houses, they have recently starting making bee-keeping equipment.

Franklin Eyewear

Franklin Eyewear

Franklin Eyewear has been providing wholesale reading and sun glasses since 1985, and they started with only four basic frame styles. Well, things have changed since then and they now offer many more styles and products. I must admit that the Ben Franklin theme was a lot of fun to design around.

Quick Quakes

Quick Quakes

Quick Quakes provided us a unique challenge in that their products can be customized—customers can select their preferred flavorings and nutritional additions for their order. The guys at Quick Quakes have created special protein shake mixes that both taste good and contain quality ingredients, plus there are specialized formulas for certain needs (workout, stress release, etc.).