Slide Wardrobes – as their name suggests – make sliding wardrobe doors to customers’ individual specifications. They’ve chosen the expertise of iWeb for a Magento eCommerce web site design that will highlight the versatility of their products.
Slide Wardrobes create stunning floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall bedroom fitted wardrobes, with a wide choice of fittings and finishes to suit the customers’ decor. So the new Magento eCommerce web site will need to capture the imagination of users by demonstrating the wealth of options available.
A community of programmers has developed Magento – making it a true open-source application. This means that most of the nuts and bolts of programming for the platform has already been taken care of – meaning our clients pay less for development time. It’s already packed with features straight ‘out of the box’. In addition, a myriad plug-ins are freely available that allow full customisation – so that web design professionals can specifically tailor every web site towards a company’s specific needs.
In the case of Sliding Doors, a key feature in the solution we’ll deliver will be a tool to assist customers in making a choice that suit their needs and personal tastes. It will require detailed product filtering to sift through the many options available and arrive at the perfect combination.
Any eCommerce web site design needs to inspire confidence at the point of purchase, so a simple, but highly secure checkout facility will also be put into place. This will allow payment through the major players, like Paypal and Sagepay. And because customers will want to tell everybody about their new purchase, integration with social media – like Facebook and Google+ – will also help promote the business. What’s more, everyday maintenance of the eCommerce web site will be made easy for Slide Wardrobes, with full back office facilities to keep the site up to date.
iWeb can devise an affordable Magento web solution made-to-measure for your business too. Why not slide your mouse over to here and get in touch?