Ecommerce Website Design in UAE

Ecommerce Website Design & Web Development Company

An e-commerce website needs to be clutter-free yet displaying the most important options in a clear manner. Provide your customers with an exceptional online shopping experience that exceeds their expectations with our e-commerce web design service locally.


Bringing businesses online in Sharjah, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and other UAE regions

Our designs are made to convert visitors into customers by giving them clear calls-to-action. The websites are designed with uncomplicated and intuitive designs where every page loads quickly and smoothly and filling your cart and checking out is even easier.

Clutter-Free Ecommerce Design Dubai

Give your visitors a clear idea of where they are within the website through features drop-down menus and breadcrumb navigation. Do not bombard them with useless and extensive navigation options. Make it easier for them to click on the options in the menus. Also, ensure to keep the cart visible at all times where they can see the products and amount on it. Throwing too much information on your ecommerce website that overwhelms the visitor is never a good idea. You want to convert them into customer and not scare them away.

Consistent Layout

Consistency is so underrated when designing ecommerce websites. The urge to utilize all the designs, colors and layouts throughout your website is huge but it must be fought back. It can cause a drop-off in sales only because the visitors were uncertain with your website’s inconsistent design. The entire website with its design, layout, and style must be kept constant to avoid confused customers. Looking at major ecommerce websites and their techniques help a lot. Borrow their techniques and include your unique touch to it.

Strong Calls-to-Action

Every page on an ecommerce website is required to have a strong and relevant call-to-action to indicate user to take their next step accomplishing the goal on that page. One or the other call-to-action like “Add to Cart”, “Checkout” or “Submit Payment” is crucial on every page of your ecommerce website. In case your customer does not feel like committing to these primary goals, give them secondary options alongside these to keep them on the website. For example, besides “Add to Cart”, you may have “Add to Wishlist” or “Buy Later” on that same page. Such secondary calls-to-action help a lot with customer retention and may even bring them back once they have made up their mind.

Data Control

Handling an e-commerce website’s data is no joke and the ability to control your website’s metadata is crucial when you want it to rank well among competitors in search engines. A sitemap.xml file lets the search engines know about the pages on your eCommerce website that are crawled but to ensure they get ranked you do not need to write the page title of each and every product. Instead, you may create rules for types of pages to help handle title tag creation.

Addition and Editing 

If your ecommerce website adds new data more than often you definitely do not need the help of a developer each time work is required. Every time content is added you need to have a way to add essential codes, such as the Google Analytics tracking code, Website Optimization software code, or any other third-party javascript code, to new pages. All you need is slight modification or editing in the existing code for it to continue working on your website for new pages.

 Website Management

A dashboard where you can review all pertinent information related to your website and its performance is essential for a website owner. It should be customizable with information regarding stock items, information requests, sales, and performance analytics. This info about the status of each sale that comes from shipping orders and customer information lets you update your website constantly and decide which categories and subcategories to feature on the main page.

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