Given how much time users spend on their smartphones, mobile devices are crucial to the browsing and shopping experience. Rather than worry about conversions only happening on desktops and tablets, let our experts give your company the mobile advantage. The DotcomWeavers team uses the leading mobile Web frameworks as well as its vast knowledge of iOS and Android platforms to guide your users along the path to purchase – whether that happens walking on the street or sitting on the couch at home.

Image Size Matters

For mobile users, the bigger and sharper the image, the better. Purchasing products and services on mobile devices depends on easy viewing and quick access. DCW designs first for smaller mobile devices and then scales up for larger screens.

Device-Specific Customization

DCW uses the ExtJS5 framework to build mobile applications for the Android and iOS platforms. To expand mobile app functionality, we integrate customizations that optimize the unique capabilities of each device.

Clean, Grid-Based Design

A lot of people use their phones to comparison shop 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 clean, grid-based design ensures that customers quickly find what they want.

Quick & Easy Checkout

A speedy checkout eliminates pauses that give way to rethinking a purchase and abandoning a cart. DCW offers simplified checkout forms and auto-fill capabilities, which reduce the click count in completing an order. We also offer several payment gateways keep users on your site.

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More Questions about Mobile Applications

Absolutely! Modern Web developers think first in terms of mobile devices – particularly with regard to images. They design for smaller devices and then fine-tune the design for larger screens. We are also mindful of overcrowding and eliminating anything that will detract from your brand. Since this concept also applies to content, we advise breaking up text over multiple pages so that customers can read the same content regardless of device.
Our developers are well versed in producing robust and visually attractive product catalogs. DCW leverages frameworks, such as Sencha’s ExtJS5, and designs that use a mobile-friendly grid. We also reduce image resolution to fit the screen size, which optimizes how images appear on mobile devices.
Don't be misled: The actual point of purchase doesn’t always represent a conversion. Buyers do a lot of research and comparison-shopping on mobile devices, so the final purchase may be the last stop on a journey that started on a mobile device.
There is absolutely a benefit to adding a mobile feature. Progressive brick-and- mortar stores endorse geo-location- based mobile beacons to deliver digital and mobile coupons. This is in line with the contemporary in-store shopping experience. In fact, large, traditional retailers, like Target, are turning to mobile apps to grow their eCommerce channel.
Depending on where they are and what they seek to buy, customers receive personalized offers via their mobile devices. This is a big advantage to brick-and- mortar retail offerings. Consumers are targeted on social media ads with products they abandoned in their carts, bringing them one step closer to clicking the “buy now” button.
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