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10 Tasty Responsive eCommerce Sites

November 20, 2013
Full English have recently had several side orders of compliments from tech blogs identifying our very own website as one of...

Full English have recently had several side orders of compliments from tech blogs identifying our very own website as one of their favourite responsive designs, so we thought we’d share the love and serve up our own menu of memorable responsive eCommerce sites.

Goatfashion.com

As a luxury fashion store, Goat need to keep their site looking on trend no matter how and where it’s viewed. Their full sized website elegantly transforms from horizontal to vertical layout without compromising on the product images and descriptions. The site is well architectured and very easy to use, offering all the features of the main website and making impulse purchases effortless. If we were being very picky; the site does offer in -category filter options but to give it 100% we’d need a whole store search feature added too.

Vouchercodes.co.uk

We’ve enjoyed watching this affiliate site rise to popularity to become a household name that people turn to at the dinner table of a restaurant to grab a cheeky discount before they leave. There mobile site is just as sleek and enjoyable to use as the classic site, and has encouraged users to take the site with them wherever they go.

Walktall.co.uk

A fun and bright mobile version of the Walktall website with useful sorting options allows this footwear website to make the most of customers whilst they’re out and about too. The brand make good use of the smaller space to share contact details and social media to capture the audience in other ways as well.

Activeskin.com.au

Active Skin neatly pack their cosmetics website in to smaller browsers, with some clever layout changes and a nifty side menu. We might even confess that we like the smaller responsive version of the website just a little bit more than the full size site, for its simplicity and design.

Ludwigbeck.de

A luxury beauty company like German Ludwig Beck need a beautiful site to showcase their products. The overall design of the site is classic and timeless, and the transition to smaller size is almost seamless. On this website, the products at full size have a lot of white space allowing them to shrink down neatly into a smaller screen.

Funkypigeon.com

Funky Pigeon have done well to re-create their classic site into the mobile site – the look and feel is almost identical. The vertical sidebar menu works well, and the landing page drives users to install the app for their appropriate device so that they make Funky Pigeon their first choice for custom cards.

Charlottetilbury.com

The Charlotte Tilbury website is packed full of rich colours and bursting with glossy images. What works well and is clever about the design of this site is that the slider and the main image are split into two columns vertically on the full site, so in a smaller browser the contents of these vertical columns are simply stacked horizontally instead so the information that is shown is exactly the same, meaning mobile browsers don’t miss out on special offers and featured products.

Gant.co.uk

The vibrant clothing selection on Gant’s website sells itself; they don’t need flashy graphics or overloaded sliders. The simple design of the site is all about the products, and the only major change in responsive mode is the footer layout.

Petermillar.com

Luxury clothing store Peter Millar also change little about the look of their website in responsive mode. The simple block layout works well in whatever size it needs to. The menu includes a search bar and actually becomes larger and easier to read on a smaller screen.

Sprayway.com

Sprayway provide outdoor clothing for “all walks of life” and their website suits all sorts of screens. The pocket sized version of their website provides all the functionality of the main site and is ideal for their target audience who will often be on the go or browsing whilst travelling. As the products aren’t available directly through the store, this in an ideal way to capture an audience who may well be passing a stockist on their journeys.

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Da jedoch überall nur Menschen am Werk sind, können Fehler nicht zu 100 % ausgeschlossen werden. Um dennoch ein höchstmögliches Mass an Sicherheit bieten zu können, sind unsere Berater/innen verpflichtet, für jeden getätigten Abschluss direkt im Anschluss an die Beratung gemeinsam mit dem Kunden ein Beratungsprotokoll zu erstellen. Dieses wird dann sowohl vom Kunden, als auch vom Berater unterzeichnet.

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Da jedoch überall nur Menschen am Werk sind, können Fehler nicht zu 100 % ausgeschlossen werden. Um dennoch ein höchstmögliches Mass an Sicherheit bieten zu können, sind unsere Berater/innen verpflichtet, für jeden getätigten Abschluss direkt im Anschluss an die Beratung gemeinsam mit dem Kunden ein Beratungsprotokoll zu erstellen. Dieses wird dann sowohl vom Kunden, als auch vom Berater unterzeichnet.

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Da jedoch überall nur Menschen am Werk sind, können Fehler nicht zu 100 % ausgeschlossen werden. Um dennoch ein höchstmögliches Mass an Sicherheit bieten zu können, sind unsere Berater/innen verpflichtet, für jeden getätigten Abschluss direkt im Anschluss an die Beratung gemeinsam mit dem Kunden ein Beratungsprotokoll zu erstellen. Dieses wird dann sowohl vom Kunden, als auch vom Berater unterzeichnet.

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