New eCommerce Online Store for Wedding Converse

Wedding Converse Responsive WooCommerce WordPress Website

Saf Mahoune has been working in the garment decoration business for over 12 years and started customising shoes about 4 years ago.  He has developed a unique system that enables him to customise Converse, Vans, Nike and adidas trainers.

This unique customisation process has taken a number of years to develop and no other company offers the service. Most companies that customise Converse do so by hand and the finish is not precise.   The system used here creates a very precise and polished finish.

My brief was to build an online store that was Clean, Contemporary, Simplistic and Black and White!  So that is exactly what I did.

Wedding Converse had their own logo and this needed to be incorporated into the design.  I also included it in the site footer as a subtle background to keep the theme going.  I created customised social media buttons and other graphics to match.

The site is 100% mobile responsive, looking good on desktop, tablets and mobile.  It is incrediblly easy to use, customers can select products, add customisation requirements and checkout swiftly and securely with PayPal.  The product pages look great and are functional with zoom magnifier to enable the visitor to see the finest detail.

It goes without saying that the site is Google friendly and being built on the WordPress platform it is incredibly easy to use.  WooCommerce is an excellent eCommerce solution for WordPress being used globally on millions of websites.

I loved this product and very much enjoyed working with Saf and Sarah.

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From our initial consultation to going live, Tracey communicated quickly and effectively.  Tracey interpreted our brief accurately and created a site that was visually right for us with the functionality we needed.  We’ve worked with a number of developers over the past 14 years and working with Tracey was an absolute delight!



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