Online stores are beginning to mushroom all over the place. Because of the advantages that online shopping can present to both business owners and consumers, more and more online stores are now taking solid grounds in the World Wide Web.
Recently, a study was made to identify what makes a shopping website effective and able to convert more sales from its visitors. For many years, it is believed that the quality of the products offered make the greatest impact on how an online store will earn more. Though this is still true, a new study suggests that people are keener to buy products from a website depending on the user interface of that online store.
User Interface, or simply UI, is the platform used by the customers to interact with the website. The experience of a customer on how they interact with your platform can play a major role whether they will buy your products or not. Your UI should be impressive and aesthetically designed but at the same time, it is fully functional, able to display all your products with the maximum easiness and convenience.
With all these being said, it is not a surprise that you should have an excellent UI design. Your shopping cart should be designed in a way that your customers can easily find your products, compare the prices, and able to ‘feel’ them.
Explore our list and see how it can inspire you. Who knows, your creativeness is just around the corner and you just need an inspiration to get there.
1. Sweet House
8. The Retailer
11. Hunter’s Wine
12. Tamerlan Soziev
15. Chop Shop
17. Free People
18. American Eagle
22. Retro Boutique
23. Mouse to Minx
24. Brand Neusense
25. Mobi E-Commerce
29. Famous Footwear
31. Dripping in Fat
32. Ralph Lauren
33. Kate Spade
34. White + Warren
There you have it; our 40 great shopping cart UI designs that will surely inspire and give you an idea how you will get the right style for your online store. Once you explore this list, I am sure that you will develop a new insight and perspective to get you going with your business.
Remember, you do not have the chance to let your customers explore your products physically. They have to rely with text description and images. Therefore, learn to bring your message across your customers through the resources you have. You can even use videos as necessary to really give them a visual feel of your products.
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