Research shows that more than 50% of online browsing and shopping occurs on mobile devices. This means that businesses seeking to optimize their conversion rate need to ensure that their website is mobile-friendly. At DotcomWeavers, we use the leading mobile Web frameworks and our expertise in the iOS and Android platforms to deliver outstanding mobile solutions for our clients. With a fully mobile website, your customers will be seamlessly guided along the path to making a purchase whether they are walking down the street or sitting on the couch at home.
Quick access and easy viewing are key components of the mobile shopping experience, so to drive users toward purchase decisions, you want to give them the biggest, highest quality images possible. With this consideration in mind, we design websites first for smaller mobile devices and then scale up for larger screens.
In addition to quality mobile design, your website must also be optimized for specific operating systems and devices. To do this we use the ExtJS5 framework to build mobile apps for the Android and iOS platforms. This ensures seamless functionality across multiple devices and leverages their unique capabilities.
Because so many people ‘comparison shop’ on their phones before making a purchase, we use the JQuery, PhoneGap and Sencha frameworks to exploit the functionality of mobile devices and create a rich user experience. The resultant clean, grid-based design ensures that your customers quickly find what they want.
A quick checkout process eliminates the pauses that give customers time to rethink a purchase and abandon their cart. At DotcomWeavers we integrate simplified checkout forms and auto-fill capabilities that reduce the click count required to complete an order. We also offer several payment gateways keep users on your site.
Check out some of the recent projects that brought greater success to our clients.
November 07, 2016
There is a sharp divide between consumer mobile browsing and buying behavior. In the quest to streamline the mobile shopping experience, Google's Buy Button may be the most significant advance yet. First announced in summer… Read More
July 13, 2016
As digital sales started to become a thing during the early days of the Internet, they were entirely website-based. In the '90s and pretty much through the launch of the iPhone in 2007, the idea… Read More