We’re one of the leading Ecommerce web design companies in the tristate area. We provide our customers in Philadelphia & New York metropolitan area with high quality Ecommerce web design and development without commanding design agency fees and monthly fees.
For better or worse, Ecommerce is the future of shopping. If you’re a new start up or a brick and mortar store, to stay competitive you must have a digital presence. Shopify and woocommerce are two of the most popular platforms for Ecommerce websites, and they both have low start up costs associated with them. We specialize in building custom Shopify and Woocommerce websites that run as fast as possible!
We can help you with everything from initial design and UI/UX, to Coding, payment processing, inventory management, shipping and even business consulting. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you with your E-commerce needs!
WooCommerce is an ecommerce plugin for WordPress. If you’re looking to set up an online store, WooCommerce is a great option. It’s simple to use and comes with all the features you need to get started, including inventory and tax management, secure payments, and shipping integration. Plus, it’s highly customizable and easily connects to custom coded templates, so we can make your store look just the way you want. Over 27 million people have used WooCommerce including big companies like Nike, Weber Grills, Sony Music and Toyota, so you can be confident that it’s a trusted and reliable platform.
Shopify is a popular ecommerce platform that allows small businesses to build online stores and sell products on websites or through social media. The company also sells point-of-sale (POS) software for brick-and-mortar stores.
Shopify has several add-ons that can help businesses do more. Notable add-ons include Shopify Payments (for credit card acceptance), Shopify Shipping (for shipping label discounts), and Shopify Markets (for international selling). One of the draw backs to Shopify is the monthly fees and many of the add-ons have additional fees. If you want a website that stays within the limitations of Shopify, it is a great solution, but for more custom sites, Woocommerce might be a better fit.