If you're looking for ways to improve the design, UX, UI, we'll work with you to create a simple yet elegant shopping experience. We also provide eCommerce audits if you're concerned about conversions.
Our team of experts can help with the most basic shopping cart experience to an elaborate bidding system. We do this by sitting down with you and carefully creating a data model and workflow that matches your expected end user experience. We'll also have a look at your shopper experience to reduce abandoned carts and improve ease of use.
For Drupal 7 and 8, you have the choice of Ubercart or Drupal Commerce.
All cart systems support multiple payment methods, notifications, and a multitude of other features. In fact, Drupal Commerce has over 500 add-on modules to extend the shopping cart concept.
At Webdrips, we've built shopping experiences that are based entirely on exchanging real currency for "points", bidding systems where retailers are notified via email if their bid has been beat, and other complex flows.
Whether starting a new Drupal eCommerce site or refreshing an existing one, we've worked with dozens of themes available specifically for Drupal Commerce. We're happy to work with you to find the best theme, then implement it on your site.
Note: there's no requirement to select a commerce-specific theme, and any Drupal theme will work fine with your eCommerce site, but selecting an eCommerce-specific theme will save time and money.
If you're remotely concerned about your shopping conversions, eCommerce Audits help identify key issues with your site's overall shopping experience. At a high level, audits cover performance, SEO, cart workflow, and UX/UI issues. We'll provide a report that you can use to improve your conversion rate.
Our eCommerce audits are platform agnostic, but if your site runs on Drupal, AEM, WordPress, or Magento, we can help implement suggestions for you.
Here's a list of what we'll review during an audit:
- Conversion rate audit: most websites convert between 2% and 5% of their traffic. It's a waste of time and money sending more traffic to a site that converts lower than this, so we look at this first. During this phase of the audit, we'll look at calls to action, review landing pages and the homepage, opt-in forms, category and product pages, registration, and most importantly, the checkout process.
- SEO audits can significantly improve sales for e-commerce retailers. SEO audits include expired product handling, seasonal product handling, new product management, product information volume, navigation, organization, image quality, and metadata.
- Platform audits look at the CMS to see if it's configured correctly for maximum performance and scalability. Here we'll review performance, check mobile compatibility, scalability, and hosting costs.
Stay tuned for a blog coming next week that expands on these topics in detail.