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I have built online shops for a range of small businesses selling everything: from clothing and dog food to model trains and beer.

I typically build online shops using WooCommerce, which is widely regarded as the best ecommerce tool for WordPress websites. You can easily add, manage and categorise your products via the admin area.

You’ll also get an automatic email notification when you’ve sold something or when stock is getting low.

WooCommerce also allows more complex functionality, such as creating sale vouchers, managing postage costs, customer accounts and taking recurring subscription payments.

How I helped craft ale shop Heaton Hops increase their online sales

Key benefits for your business

  • Your shop will be designed to work well on phones and wider screens.
  • Easily manage your products and orders.
  • Take payment securely using trusted gateways such as Paypal and Stripe.
  • Free training session so you know how to use your website effectively.
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ecommerce web design projects

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Kinds words from my clients around the UK

I would recommend Paul to anyone looking for a web designer based on his excellent communication, complete clarity on time frames and pricing, and his patience and approachability throughout the process and after.

Ceri Oakes, Furbellow & Co Whitby photograher Ceri Oakes.

The results of our new website have been amazing. Business enquiries, sales, and footfall to the shop have massively increased. If you want a new website, don’t think twice about speaking to Paul.

Wesley Gordon, AC Computer Warehouse

Paul is a really friendly, nice guy whose passion for what he does comes across as soon as you meet him which made me feel at ease straight away. When it came to the website design, Paul was really interested in my ideas as well as having great ideas of his own.

Dan Evans, BeerStork

My design process for ecommerce websites

Over the years I have honed a web design process that runs smoothly and results in the best possible result for you.

1. Scoping

We’ll have an initial consultancy session via video call to chat about your business and how your new ecommerce website can help achieve your short and long-term goals.

After this I will send you a proposal outlining the deliverables, requirements, schedule and payment terms. This is our product specification.

2. Wireframing

I create unbranded layouts to establish how the website will be structured and where each piece of content will go.

I’ll explain the overall site layout to you and show how my designs will help your customers to easily complete their tasks as well as improving your chances of showing up on search engines.

3. Full Designs

Next, the wireframes will be worked up into full web designs by applying your existing branding.

If needed, I’ll work alongside a specialist graphic designer to create your new brand guidelines.

4. Website Build

Once the designs are approved, I’ll build your functioning website. A development server will be set up for testing and for you to add content before the new live site is launched.

I’ll give you personal training to make sure you know how to use the admin area of your site.

Post Launch and SEO Training

To help you get the most from your website after it’s launched, I also run online SEO training workshops.

Schedule & Pricing

Good web design takes time, and I do things properly. I work with care and attention to ensure your investment delivers a high-quality ecommerce website that benefits your business.

Standard Project Time Price
6 – 8 weeks From £4000

If you have a fixed budget, I’ll be happy to advise what we can achieve together within it.

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