Ecommerce website design

As a leading ecommerce agency in London, we have developed dozens of online stores over the last 10 years and we pride ourselves in producing well designed and robust websites.

Not only will we design a stunning ecommerce website that engages your target audience, but by using the latest development frameworks and coding standards, we will also ensure that your ecommerce store has all of the necessary functionality to make sure it converts.

Shopify websites

Quick and easy setup – Has everything you need to start selling online quickly.

WooCommerce websites

Sell online with the fully customizable, open source ecommerce platform built on WordPress, the world’s #1 CMS.

Magento websites

Powering thousands of large online retailers and brands, it’s a powerful ecommerce platform which allows you to scale and grow rapidly.

Our ecommerce agency services

We understand the world of ecommerce is an ever-shifting landscape.

In order to grow and maintain your online customers, your ecommerce store needs to stay current and meet the expectations of your users, which requires continually investment in the digital product.

Retaining us as your ecommerce development agency will give you direct access to an expert team of ecommerce designers and developers who can help you constantly evolve your online shopping platform month on month, providing an experience for your customers that is unmatched by your direct competitors.

We also have specialist teams of inhouse SEO, Paid Media and Social Media experts who can help you grow organic and paid traffic to your website to help drive up sales.

Some of the brands we’ve worked with

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    Ecommerce website features

    It is a given that your ecommerce store will load quickly,  it will be mobile responsive, the checkout process will be easy and your product descriptions will be hig quality.

    Customers expect muc hmore when they are browsing online, below are some of the additional common features that our ecommerce web sites regularly include:

    Log-in and registration

    Search functionality

    Abandoned cart recovery

    Product filters

    Product attributes & multiple product images

    Customer reviews and ratings

    Related and featured products

    Stock management

    Multiple payment options

    Personalised shopping experience

    Loyalty and rewards

    Websites built to last

    The UK spent £91 billion online in 2013 – an increase of 18% compared to 2012. Furthermore, twice as much was spent via a mobile device than in 2012. The UK’s ecommerce market then grew by another 17% to £107 billion in 2014.

    By 2017, this figure had risen to £137 billion, which equates to 16% of all retail sales in the UK – with 59% of these transactions now taking place on a mobile device.

    Our ecommerce websites are built to last. Not only are they designed beautifully but they convert well. But don’t just take our word for it, read about our case studies. Through a support and digital marketing contract, we’re able to provide you with on-going consultancy to continually increase your online revenue. Providing leading design and website development in London, MintTwist are your digital agency.

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    We’ve finally found a partner that can help us optimize and improve every aspect of our digital strategy, starting with an overhaul of our ecommerce website. MintTwist’s real value is in their ability to integrate all aspects of our online presence.

    Bibi Nelson

    Managing Director at Bare Conductive

    Ecommerce Website Design FAQs

    What platform should I use to build my ecommerce store?

    The platform you choose to build your ecommerce store will depend on your needs and budget.

    Some popular options include Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento, and BigCommerce.

    Consider factors such as ease of use, customization options, features, and pricing when choosing a platform.

    How much will it cost to build an ecommerce store?

    The cost of building an ecommerce store will depend on several factors, such as the platform you choose, website design and development, hosting, and ongoing maintenance.

    Budget anywhere from a £25,000 to £100,000, depending on the complexity of your website and the features you require.

    How do I choose the right payment gateway for my ecommerce store?

    Choosing the right payment gateway for your ecommerce store will depend on factors such as the fees, payment options, and compatibility with your ecommerce platform.

    Some popular payment gateways include PayPal, Stripe, and Authorize.net. Consider the fees associated with each option, the payment methods offered, and the ease of integration with your platform.

    How can I ensure that my ecommerce store is secure?

    To ensure that your ecommerce store is secure, consider implementing SSL encryption, using a reputable payment gateway, and adhering to PCI compliance guidelines.

    You should also regularly updating your website software and using strong passwords can help protect against security breaches.

    What is the best way to manage inventory for an ecommerce store?

    Managing inventory for an ecommerce store can include using inventory management software, setting reorder points, and regularly conducting inventory counts.

    Consider the size of your inventory, the rate of sales, and the frequency of restocking when developing an inventory management strategy.

    What metrics should I track to measure the success of my ecommerce store?

    Metrics to track for measuring the success of your ecommerce store can include conversion rate, average order value, customer lifetime value, and customer acquisition cost.

    Determine which metrics are most important for your business and track them regularly to identify areas for improvement.