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|eCommerce Wireframing and Design|
Persuasive simplicity is the secret behind top converting ecommerce stores.
The foundation of these websites is the design: the information architecture and site wireframes - i.e. the "blueprint" that defines how users will shop online.
Trinity constructs information architecture documentation that define webpage progressions, user options, and the steps that comprise key website goals. We ensure that the architecture conform to your content and categories, and clearly represent the online business needs for your IT team.
We also provide eCommerce wireframes to outline elements within key pages. Wireframes represent the functionality and content that needs to be accounted for within each page within the site - or tested against the current control design.
Typical eCommerce wireframes include:
The most important page in your site. This page must clearly outline core value proposition, present engaging promotions and messaging, present clear navigation options, and provide the customer with a sense of security.
Category & Sub-Category pages
Merchandising! Simply put, the category pages are where you help customers find what they are looking for. These pages must present product options in a clear and consistent manner and inform visitors to highlights in a product mix.
Within your product pages, its time to sell. Provide the details, but present information in a way that is easy to understand. Be sure to provide up and cross selling capabilities as well as reviews/testimonial inclusion.
Shopping Cart & Checkout pages
Persuasion then conversion. After your customer is sold and begins the transactional funnel, it is imperative to how a user friendly process that provides a clear path to the finish line.
Help your customers buy. Provide an interface for product refinement that incorporates best-in-class functionality.
Within our architecture and wireframe documentation, Trinity analysts clarify all navigation/transactional paths, presented content (text and images), and interface controls (buttons, text fields). Multiple versions can be created to facilitate split and multivariate testing.
All deliverables are built and published to secure locations within the web, simplifying access and client revisions and are 100% clickable.