Top 5 Ecommerce Design Tips

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Written By : Liam Webster

Posted 27/08/2021

Ecommerce website principles are fundamental to create a great website. The design of your website is crucial to the success of sales for your business, and can be pivotal in achieving your goals. Any ecommerce website needs to be functional, easy-to use for the customer & look stylish. Follow the below best practices for guidance in your website design journey.

Discover 5 ecommerce designs tips to remember during  your design process and can help enhance your customer’s experience

Source: Volusion

Find a quick summary below of the top 5 ecommerce tips:

  1. Ensure you don’t clutter your page, instead opt for a more minimalist approach in regard to text and images.
  2. Keep your website simple and easy to use by choosing readable fonts and colours.
  3. Use as high quality images as possible to create a professional look for your website.
  4. Make your CTAs strong and bold to enable your audience to know what they should do next.
  5. Consistency is key in creating a cohesive brand, so make sure all your font and CTAs match your brand identity.

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