• Branding
  • UX
  • Design
  • Development

Responsive e-commerce website for an independent online emporium stocking an eclectic selection of vintage, mid century, retro and contemporary furniture, lighting and homeware.

Project Details

"Gary has the rare ability to balance the technical with design and a strong appreciation for the aesthetic. He has gone over and above what was required and I wouldn't hesitate for a second to recommend him for any web design or development work."

Wendy Owner, Homeplace
Key Features

Multiple Gateways

Homeplace customers are given the choice of two secure payment gateways. They can use their PayPal account or decide to pay by credit / debit card.

Customer Accounts

After a purchase, customers can choose to create a Homeplace account, which allows them to store addresses track current orders and access receipts.

Responsive Checkout

As with the rest of the site, the checkout process on Homeplace is fully responsive, allowing mobile users to place orders as easily as they can on desktop.

Responsive Design

The website was designed and built to be responsive for mobile and tablet devices. Meaning that regardless of which device a user chooses to view the website on, they are given the best possible browsing experience.

Taking the time to work on the content hierarchy of the page, mobile users are able to access the most important information easily, without having to scroll around and waste their precious time when they're on the move.

Non critical information is still easily accessible but doesn't get in the way of the key functions the user is trying to perform.

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