We are experts in the design and development of eCommerce storefronts optimized for mobile. With over a decade of experience, we've learned that you can't just rely on one cart solution—you have to approach each project by looking at the specifics of the functionality and find the absolute best shopping cart platform for the job. That's why we've become experts at several different e-commerce platforms such as Shopify, 3dCart, and BigCommerce and more.
Our ecommerce websites are built to make the buying process as simple and enjoyable as possible for the user. That is why each of our clients see increases in traffic, sales, and repeat visitors.
Every page of your website should have a defined purpose. For example, your homepage should entice users to click through to your categories, or better yet, straight through to a product page. From there, your product page should answer any lingering doubts they might have and convince them to make a purchase.
Create a checkout process that makes it effortless for your visitors to purchase your products. It has been proven that the more cluttered and complicated an online checkout page becomes, the more likely a customer who was willing to make a purchase will just exit your site instead.
Look for opportunities to bring users back to your website wherever possible. Most people shop online by visiting a number of different websites when searching for a particular product. Ideally, the more a visitor visits your website, the more likely they are to make a purchase.
Make sure that your hosting plan is reliable and that it has the ability to handle any future needs your website might have. Your hosting plan should grow as your business and orders grow, and if it is lagging behind and delaying your shipping or curtailing your potential sales, upgrade immediately.
Trinity Web Group can help you turn customer insights into actionable solutions for your business.
✔ Ensure that you have a mobile-optimized site as consumers will visit your site 6x in the purchase process. (Source: Google/Neilsen)
✔ 80% of smartphone users use mobile phones for shopping research. (Source: The Google Mobile Playbook)
✔ Consumers spend 15+ hours per week researching on their smartphone. (Source: Google/Nielsen)
✔ 80% of mobile searches trigger store visits that happen within 5 hours of the initial search. (Source: The Google Mobile Playbook)
✔ 67% of shoppers were more likely to buy from a website that is compatible with mobile devices. (Source: IronPaper)
We seek to create long-term relationships built on results.