e-commerce websites

Below are a few samples of e-commerce websites we've built for small businesses.

some of our past work

Clicking a thumbnail will take you to either an active website if still online or an archived stripped-down version if no longer active.

There's a robbery scene in Pulp Fiction where Jules points a gun to the robber's face and tells him to reach into the bag and pull out his wallet. The robber says, "which one is it?", to which Jules famously replies "it's the one that says Bad Mother F*cker on it" (which it hilariously does!). Well, now you can purchase a replica wallet from BMFstuff.com. And to refresh your memory of that iconic scene, a video clip plays in the background of the home page. The site is fully responsive and contains custom-developed video player functionality to make for a smooth experience regardless of the device size.
Sabre Sport represents an Italian sportswear line for cycling and triathlon. We designed and built an e-commerce website with both audiences in mind.
Venm Dancewear wanted a fresh makeover for their e-commerce apparel site. Customers can create a free account for member-based discounts.
This startup needed a website to sell t-shirts and other products to help raise funds for cancer research. In addition, we incorporated various social and member-based features to help raise awareness.
Fresh Start Tax Relief is a consumer-focused website dedicated to helping people get out of tax debt. We were hired to showcase what they do, and to display a vast amount of information.
This drinks consultant wanted a website to showcase her work and sell products.
Got My Happy™ hired Beth Firsching to design a new website for this startup, and we built it on the Small Business Platform. The site is centered around the blog, but is also e-commerce.
Comedian Mark Simmons wanted a site where he could showcase his portfolio, videos, and upcoming shows, as well as sell merchandise.
This local eco-friendly shop had a site they couldn't update. There were a lot of items needing help, including inconsistent navigation, a flash home page, a 3rd-party shopping cart that didn't match the rest of the site. We kept the general design concept of the original, but cleaned it up and put it on our platform. They now have access to many features they didn't have before.
We built an online marketplace to connect students with teachers for online classes. The website uses e-commerce to allow parents to register students and allows for the browsing of teachers and classes.
We designed and built an e-commerce website for this reseller.
This site is fairly straight-forward. It's an e-commerce site that allows for a quick and easy purchase of products.
Located just off Chicago's Magnificent Mile, Dreidels & More sells hundreds of Jewish giftware at their store. JellyNeck Solutions was hired to build a robust online e-commerce website to expand their reach. We worked closely with their existing graphic designer to create a beautiful, rich online experience.
We worked side-by-side with the graphic designer hired by Kayaktion to produce this e-commerce website, complete with social functionality including commenting, 5-star ratings, message boards, and blogs.
Chicago-based salon owner Tony Odisho hired us to build a website for consumers to shop his brand of hair care products and extensions. Professionals and resellers can log in to view wholesale pricing and other privileged material. We worked together with Tony's existing graphic designer to take the design and create a website from it.
Exsalonce hired us to take their existing website and re-build it on our Small Business Platform so they can maintain it on their own. We also added a dating section for clients, as well as the ability to purchase gift certificates and buy services online.

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