Shopify Websites

Shopify Websites

Shopify is one the fastest growing ecommerce platforms in the world. Supporting over 500,000 merchants worldwide,
the Shopify community is a great place to be.

Shopify is fast, secure and endlessly scalable. It will support your business from startup to world domination, speak to us today to find out how.

 

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Top Tips to Improve Your Shopify Store

Optimise Your images

Download The Google Shopping App

Keep Your Navigation Clean + Simple

Open An #instashop

Integrate Your Store With Your Facebook Page, It's A One Click Install

Embrace The Integrations With Facebook Messenger

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Guide Pricing

Each website project is unique so giving fixed prices is a dangerous game but to help give you an idea there are essentially 2 types of Shopify builds that we can do.

1. Custom Theme Development

The easiest and quickest way to get your store setup. We’ll help you select a pre-built, theme suitable to your business idea and then customise it to suit your Brand and Tone and Voice.

Projects start from £1,500 + vat

2. Bespoke Theme Development

If you’re looking for something totally unique and built just for you, we can develop a bespoke theme from the ground up.

Projects start from £5,000 + vat
Let’s get Started

Start Your Shopify Store

Speak to us today to get your Shopify store underway.

We are Official Shopify Partners and can guide you every step of the way of your development.

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The Shopify Story

Like most great ideas Shopify was started by a group of entrepreneurs, Tobias Lutke, Daniel Weinand and Scott Lake. All of whom were unhappy with how difficult it was set up their own ecommerce store.

It was 2004 and the guys had tried, unsuccessfully, to launch their own online store selling snowboarding equipment. Believing there must be a better way to package the requirements of an ecommerce store that was cost-effective and good value for money for new start-ups, the concept for Shopify was born.

Using an open-sourced coding language called Ruby on Rails they developed their new Snowdevil store and eventually launched Shopify as a hosted ecommerce solution in 2006.

The rest as they say is history. The Shopify platform hit the market at the perfect time and was the perfect disruptive technology to take advantage of a blossoming ecommerce industry.

It took the concept of ‘Software as Service’, that is prevalent in the ecommerce space, but made it cost-effective making the barriers to entry very low and the pain of 3rd party integration almost non-existent. This was done by having an open API, allowing thousands of apps to be developed and creating a plug and play approach to solving many of the problems faced by retailers.

Now Shopify powers over half a million merchants with further substantial growth predicted around the world.