Design and UX concepts

If customers don't complete their shopping cart, if good items turn out to be slow movers, or the search is often used without a purchase completion, you lose cash. The cause often lies in the user experience and/or the design of your online store. With a well-thought-out, appealing, and barrier-free user experience concept, you can easily leverage new sales opportunities and retain your customers in the long term. This pays off.

Design and UX concepts

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User experience and web design

Irrespective of whether you want to revise your existing online store or enter the world of e-commerce, the topics of user experience and design should not be neglected. After all, as is so often the case in life, first impressions count the most. If users find an appealing, modern portal in which they can quickly find their way around, their willingness to buy is verifiably increased.  

With conversion killers, the devil is often in the details: in the mobile presentation of your online store, confusing ordering processes, or hidden costs. To avoid these pitfalls, programmers, business analysts, and web designers always work together on our projects. With their well-thought-out design and clever user experience, they ensure a maximum conversion rate in your online store - even after the launch. There is always potential for optimization, especially during the day-to-day store operation.  

If customers don't complete their shopping cart, if good items turn out to be slow movers, or the search is often used without a purchase completion, you lose cash. The cause often lies in the user experience and/or the design of your online store. With a well-thought-out, appealing, and barrier-free user experience concept, you can easily leverage new sales opportunities and retain your customers in the long term. This pays off.  

Irrespective of whether you want to revise your existing online store or enter the world of e-commerce, the topics of user experience and design should not be neglected. After all, as is so often the case in life, first impressions count the most. If users find an appealing, modern portal in which they can quickly find their way around, their willingness to buy is verifiably increased. 
 

With conversion killers, the devil is often in the details: in the mobile presentation of your online store, confusing ordering processes, or hidden costs. To avoid these pitfalls, programmers, business analysts, and web designers always work together on our projects. With their well-thought-out design and clever user experience, they ensure a maximum conversion rate in your online store - even after the launch. There is always potential for optimization, especially during the day-to-day store operation.  

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Optimized conversion rate

Interdisciplinary team

Fast ROI

User experience and design: which is which?

Good user experience can certainly be based on bad design, and vice versa. So how do the two terms differ?  

User experience

The user experience is influenced by technical features of the store. Important issues here are user guidance, user-friendliness, and accessibility. The aim is to enable users to quickly and intuitively find, modify, and order the relevant items and special offers.  

Design

A good design can make the difference between two offers with an equivalent user experience. It is about the displayability of the online store on all end devices. Where are pictures used? What color scheme should the store have in order to implicitly convey your corporate values? Which contrasts are necessary to ensure the optimal use of the store?