E-commerce websites. built for success, built for the future.

E-Commerce Website Development

Refreshing, or creating a brand new e-commerce website can be daunting task. What programming language do you use? How flexible does it need to be? How many different products are there? These are just a few of the hundred plus variables we take into account when helping clients navigate the space.

We offer solutions to fulfil most needs - in fact we are yet to come up against a website we could not build! Most of our e-commerce websites utilise tried, tested, and scalable content management systems which help future-proof our clients, allowing them to thrive in the years to come.


For most ecommerce sites we suggest using the Magento platform. Magento is the single largest e-commerce platform on the planet. Owned by Ebay, it is worked on by some of the best developers on the planet. It is feature rich, flexible, and most importantly, scalable.

It has robust administrative features as well, helping companies make sense of sales data and allowing them to garner insights to help the wider business. Magento is also great for search engine optimisation and the back-end features also allow client teams to maintain products and feeds in a very simple and intuitive user interface.

WordPress (WooCommerce Plugin)

WordPress powers 25% of the internet’s websites! As an open-source CMS platform, it has the benefit of being maintained by a worldwide network of developers who are constantly finding ways to innovate. It is also modular - meaning that plugins like WooCommerce allow clients to easily set up and maintain web stores.

We usually use take the WooCommerce route for smaller shops, where there are only a handful of products.

Custom Builds

Sometimes, however, clients require something built from the ground up which caters to their needs. This is when our team of experts dig in to determine the complexity of the challenge being posed, and work to build a bespoke solution which exceeds expectations.

These builds are usually reserved for the most complex e-commerce stores where there is some unique functionality that open source frameworks simply cannot fulfil. Bespoke websites have the added benefit of being faster, and completely tailored to the clients requirements.

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