No preconceived notions, no cookie cutter techniques. Just bespoke websites that attract customers and drive sales.
The websites we build connect front-end and back-end needs, protecting customer information and keeping track of inventory. They also empower marketing teams to gather analytics for better audience engagement, goal completions and conversion rates. By trade, Sphere is an ecommerce website design company. But we also develop sites that anchor our holistic approach to digital marketing.
From testing to launch and all the decisions in between, these features set us apart from the rest.
Custom payment gateway or something off the shelf, like Stripe or Paypal? We’ll integrate your POS system and help identify the right payment solution, even if it’s through another web merchant.
User Experience Design
An ecommerce store should be two things: easy to use and easily enjoyed. We design websites that are standard enough to not confuse users but also not too predictable that they’re glossed over.
User Research + Testing
The pain points, desires, needs and motivations of your users guide every decision. Then we gauge how effective the design and copy are at engaging users with testing and more testing.
We proactively monitor the back-end, routinely update security measures and conduct reports that allow us to make ongoing updates.
Ecommerce web development needs to have user-friendly navigation. We pair content strategy and information architecture to simplify the shopping experience with product filtering and arrangement.
If search engines can’t find your website or have difficulty indexing its content, then it’s all just for show. As an ecommerce web design company, we don’t just create beautiful websites–we create websites that are discoverable too.
We’ll find and resolve any bugs to make sure your ecommerce website is working perfectly before launch. Cross-device, cross-browser, cross it off the checklist.
We analyze every step that leads to purchase — from configuring data and payment processing to building out the fulfillment process.
When potential customers visit your online store, how will you seize the moment?