Magento is constantly evolving. Agencies everywhere are pushing the bounds of what can be done within a website. Magento 2 is gaining momentum, and we couldn't be more excited for what the future holds for Magento. By piecing together a collection of recent Magento websites we are looking to paint a picture of where the Magento world is at and where it is going. Here are some amazing Magento websites built by agencies around the world:
Zee & Co is a sharp looking site built by the amazing team over at Inchoo. What started as a project to make the site responsive and more mobile friendly turned into an entire site revamp. Their rebuild consisted of moving Zee & Co over to Magento enterprise edition while adding smooth real-time integration between Magento and various ERP systems. A few other highlights include custom solutions for sending mass e-newsletters, affiliate program integration and our personal favorite—Click & Collect, enabling customers to buy online and pick up their purchase at their nearest branch. Overall this site has a sharp design and a smooth interface that has lead to a 30% increase in traditional eCommerce conversions and 47% increase in mobile eCommerce conversions.
With a custom interface and sharp design, the Schwung Home website is a crowd pleaser. Built by Virtua Software, this website has a few characteristics that show what there is to love about current Magento design.
- Adding a unique login modification allows users to register on one site with the ability to login between two different sites without a hitch.
- Integration with a Polish ERP system called “Subiekt” which required the installation of a web server with custom built raw pap scripts created to communicate with Magento inside a local network.
Overall, this combo of front-end finesse and backend mastery is why the new Schwung Home website stands out.
Jamersan engaged with world-renowned branding agency Cramer-Krasselt to launch Tikibrand.com using Magento Enterprise Edition.
The first thing you notice on the site is the homepage that uses embedded background videos. The videos on this page are lazy-loaded after other crucial page elements, which allows the site to maintain its speed without sacrificing the video-powered effect that Tiki wanted to showcase their brand.
Jamersan worked with Tiki’s in-house development team to fully automate the bi-directional flow of information from the Magento website into Tiki’s back-office suite. Tiki’s back-office suite is currently in a state of flux for product information (PIM) and order management as they move from several third-party and custom written systems to SAP. As a result, the integration utilizes numerous custom written APIs. These APIs allow their in-house development team to incrementally migrate back-office functionality by simply updating APIs instead of modifying code on their eCommerce site.
Jamersan is working on a perpetual basis with Tiki to identify areas of refinement and additional functionality that enables them to grow their brand.
From the first impression CharlotteTilbury.com demonstrates the value of focusing on the small details. From the site’s mobile friendliness to tools that help you find the perfect product, the team at Space 48 covered all ends.
- Separate sites for US, Australia, Canada, Holland, and Ireland all on the same Magento instance
- Built-in active response to the different tax regulations between states and countries
- Foundation Finder, an interactive process to help customers determine which foundation in perfect for their skin
- Responsive shipping information factoring in separate warehousing for US sales
With a lot more features we could talk about the folks over at Charlotte Tilbury must be ecstatic about beautiful site—inside and out.
Oh My Gauze! is the perfect example of a brick and mortar store that has expanded online in the right way thanks to the crew over at Imagination Media. We really like this site because it shows the power of mixing form with function, much like the clothes they sell. The website is easy to navigate, and with what seems like a million options for different colors it's easy to quickly find what you want. One of our favorite features about the website is how the inventory backend integrates in-store sales with online sales. By integrating Microsoft Dynamics RMS with Magento, Imagination was able to utilize the same inventory and product data from the stores on Magento as well as Amazon and Ebay!
Cleva-UK.com is far from what you would expect of a vacuum website, i.e. it doesn’t suck. Okay, that was a pretty rough dad joke but all jokes aside we really love this build. The site is simple, clean and easy to navigate with some awesome backend additions that make life easy for Cleva. By adding a custom ‘feature’ section, the folks at Peacock Carter were able to give the ability to easily swap out featured videos or GIFs. This gives Cleva flexibility to updated their site often without constantly having to go to a developer. We find the GIF function extra interesting because by default Magento only shows the first frame. The last backend feature we really enjoyed was giving Cleva the ability to upload PDF’s with new specifications for products, warranties, and other documents. Cleva-uk.com is a great example of a website built with the customer’s needs, as well as the client’s needs, in mind.
Every website needs good visual assets to make for sharp design. In the right hands good assets become great assets and that’s what we have with Swift Otter’s work on the Gracious May site. We love the frontend and how the site connects with other sites owned by the same company, but the real gem is hidden behind the scenes. Wanting a new blog, the team at Swift Otter was able to build a Wordpress site hosted on a separate server with a connector to interface between Wordpress and Magento. This connector prevents the ability for a hacker to compromise the Magento site if they somehow break into Wordpress. Along with some custom streamlined checkout features GraciousMay.com is a good example of all around quality.
The clean look of the Squix site really matches the clean products they sell. Rocket Web launched squix.com in Jan 2016 on Magento Enterprise Edition. Squix is a new brand and the only retailer of curated, anti-germ products with a focus on subscriptions.
Customers are encouraged to sign-up for a QBox subscription where they can get 3 full size products along with some samples every month. Customers answer a few onboarding questions to help build their product selection then they are able to change products in an upcoming box if they don't like the pre-selected options. This is a great aspect of customization that changes what actually goes into the box.
Rocket Web’s NetSuite Connector for Magento is used to tie Magento in with NetSuite. And with Sweet Tooth’s incentives, customers are sure to keep coming back.
This site is hot off the press and as sharp as can be, but you'd expect nothing less from the guys at Pinpoint Designs. Launched around 4 weeks ago, SpecialisedCovers.com features a stepped buying process which allows customers to select options to customize every part of their car covers. In the admin panel, they have created an individual order items grid which splits orders down into the individual items which have been purchased. From here, each item can be tracked through the stage of manufacturing so that customers can receive updates on how their order is progressing as it is being built. With functional and unique features we're blown away by the work here.
Amooti is a new marketplace for unique African products. By allowing anyone to create a free seller account they have built up a huge variety of products, all African inspired. This site makes shopping easy and selling even easier. The team at Blue Duck built custom UPS functionality that allows sellers to request a pickup and be billed by Amooti similar to function found on Tradsey. We look forward to seeing the Amooti catalogue grow. It already has a great foundation.
InteractOne recently launched www.watsons.com, a responsive Magento website devoted to indoor & outdoor entertainment products for the home. This was an interesting build because Watson’s is first and foremost a brick and mortar store that is expanding online.
- A focus on strong images with detailed descriptions of the massive inventory to give customers a similar experience to in-store.
- Special focus on easy navigation. Specifically, a left column with attributes to make filtering easier.
- A dependable and flexible content management system that was easier to manage in house. With quick product turnover and ever-changing seasonal promotions, their in-house staff needed the ability to make quick and easy updates to the website.
Nano Web Group creates custom eCommerce experiences and their work with Phigora is no exception. Phigora.com was a complete build out from scratch including UX/UI design. Focusing on buying and selling luxury goods they needed a site whose quality matches their products. With backend integration connecting with Marketplaces like Amazon, EBay and 11Main they greatly expand a seller's potential customer base. One of our favorite features is the form that allows customers to submit an offer for a product rather than only having the option to buy. Along with custom layered navigation and elastic search this website is as complex and fine-tuned as the Rolexes they sell.
5Pointz.co.uk really stood out to us due to sharp design and a unique backend created to handle customer’s habits. With limited shoe releases you can see thousands of people trying to get their hands on a pair of shoes when only 100 are being released. Traffic spikes can often be a pain in the neck for websites but JH has done a great job with 5 Pointz by building a site taking into account how they can make sure a customer's shopping experience is as stress free as possible.
- A unique system to handle large quantities of customers trying to buy from a small release
- Multiple upcoming item features making it easy for 5 Pointz to customize their release schedule
- API-integration with Trustpilot
- Bespoke Wordpress integration created so data is securely shared without sharing databases or any of the ’typical’ methods of doing it
- Data-api-exchange method that allows Magento and Wordpress to integrate well for the front-end user
Overall we love what the team at JH has done with this site and know where to look next time we need a fresh pair of kicks!
DanielleLaporte.com is a beautiful website that breaks a lot of conventions and does so with grace making the site easy to navigate and understand. The home page features two vertical scrollers separated by a stationary image.
- Pay what you can products
- Installment payment features along with tiered subscriptions
- Magento session sharing on Wordpress pages
With tons of unique content the website is still easy to navigate and intuitive. When all is said and done this site looks great, has a unique feel, and functions incredibly well.
With an incredibly unique brand like Irregular Choice, MeanBee was able to find a balance between eccentricity and creating an effective ecommerce experience. If you get a chance to check out their gold Darth Vader heels, it is life changing.
By using widgets to manage the different types of CMS content Irregular Choice could focus on the quality of content they were adding without needing to worry about breaking the layout or style.
With a loyal customer base, each launch of new shoes produces a great influx of customers. Ensuring a smooth functioning website in these situations needs particular attention and care to optimizing performance which has been done with high quality underlying code, full page caching and Cloudflare. To top it all off they have integrated a queuing system for busy launch events to ensure customer experience stays on track.
With over 100 stores across the United States and Canada and the need for more in-store integration we feel like papyrusonline.com is an incredible example of what can be done with traditional commerce and eCommerce integration.
The site looks great, is incredibly fast, fully responsive and has very intuitive navigation. We love that we can order cards online directly from a desktop or mobile device and it's printed and mailed to us with beautiful inks on glamorous paper
While these are all great facets of the Papyrus build, the most impressive thing we have found is how the site connects with the stores. Rewards points track in store purchases as well as online purchases and you can reserve your purchase from any of the 100+ stores they have around the country. Accessibility was also a major part of this build. They worked to ensure anyone could have access to the products and services for sale. Overall the team at Something Digital really knocked it out of the park on this site.
FortheChef.com was the first eCommerce site for a new business venture. They wanted to create a sharp looking and smooth functioning site to allow for a great eCommerce launch. They also were focusing on establishing a foundation for future growth and scalability.
- Custom-created design that provides a curated shopping experience for customers based on their individual preferences and needs
- Implemented Nucleus Commerce to provide features that enhance shopping experiences for customers and made it easier for internal management of the site
- Determined SEO content, strategy and approach
- Responsive Web Design that offered the ultimate experience on all devices
- Integration with marketplaces, in order to: sync product catalogs, automatically retrieve orders into Magento for processing, and send shipment data back to the marketplace
With all of these features in place and great looking design it seems as though the team at Classy Llama has built a foundation to ensure For the Chef will be a great success.
Simply visiting the site will leave you feeling healthier and happier. When it comes to a building a site for subscription based business model Farin has knocked it out of the park. The work they have done on 22DaysNutirion.com is truly designed to keep their customer happy and coming back for more. With a custom built “My Account” feature they can accommodate all of the personal needs of each recurring customer. Along with personalized accounts they have heavily incentivized customers with a great affiliate program that is integrated seamlessly into the website. Paring these factors with super sharp visual design makes for an enjoyable experience on every visit.
Sellry has really been enjoying getting into the groove with Magento 2. After talking to quite an extensive list of agencies they really seem to be on top of getting M2 sites live. Their first M2 build went live in February; it was a fairly conservative build. Sellry did the theming plus a few third party plugins thrown in, including Nucleus Elements for easier CMS editing. With unique design that seems to flow through the site and very smooth functions we are happy to see what is being done with M2. Sellry is also a few weeks away from launching a quite ambitious M2 build, a children's apparel marketplace featuring brands and boutiques worldwide. The project if full of complex custom features including multi-vendor inventory import, vendor decision logic and split fulfillment.
From the second you arrive at Byredo.com you know there is something special. When working with a company that has such beautifully designed products there is always the possibility of site design not quite matching up. The team at Inviqa didn’t have to think twice to know that wasn’t a possibility with them on the job. This site is so clean and visually appealing the web design alone makes me want to buy things. Outside of the visual aspects, the site has great responsive features giving it the ability to feel great on any size of screen. We also love the unique layout for products that feels more alive than your standard shopping page. Oh, and did we forget to mention that this was one of the UK’s very first M2 sites to go live?
The Everything Wine site is a Magento build that is truly designed to make for a more efficient and profitable business. Demac Media included order routing logic to support omnichannel initiatives right into the platform, without the use of an OMS.
- Order routing logic to support omnichannel initiatives right into the platform, without the use of an OMS.
- One of their locations (and fulfillment centers) is located on an island. The website has logic that limits the catalogue based on the customer’s location so shipments to the mainland are profitable.
- The customized “Wine Cellar” subscription program enable customers to save preferred wines, see their reviews of other wines, view their invitations to Everything Wine events, and more.
- Everything Wine Unlimited Program, similar to Amazon Prime, gives customers free shipping on all orders for $79 a year; as well as pick-up in store capabilities. All of which have been built exclusively in Magento without the need for an OMS for the omnichannel capabilities.
Customer Paradigm recently designed and built the JoyFolie Magento eCommerce site on the Magento Community Platform. When you arrive at the site you immediately get a handcrafted feel that matches the quality of JoyFolie’s products. The site is fully responsive for Desktop, Laptop, Tablet and Mobile views. The home page features moving sliders, full width hero images, and products as well. Each page of the Magento site seems finely tuned to make sure that the end customer experience would convey the same attention to design and details that they feature in their products. Buttons were customized, and the navigation was designed in a way that mobile users could easily browse the site and place an order from their laptop later. Ultimately, JoyFolie teaming up with the team at Customer Paradigm seems like a match made in heaven.
For a website that makes custom physical invitations for weddings, birthdays, baby showers and much more, you know they need a site that meets the quality of their invitations. We really like sites that are built with the tangible end product in mind and eInvite.com is a perfect example. The backend is fully integrated with the businesses manufacturing and fulfillment process to avoid any unnecessary complications. Along with including custom admin features in angular.js, the site is incredibly fast considering the tens of GBs of media being heavily processed. Mediotype’s work rests perfectly at the corner of form and function.
Nothing proves the success of a website like tangible growth of a business. Inverse Paradox did an incredible job on Jofit.com and with the overall performance boost of the site they saw traffic grow 300% without changing their marketing efforts. Outside of the amazing growth they saw in customers, the site was also built to simplify the lives of Jofit by integrating the backend of their website with internal inventory management. The site looks great and has been proved to be more than just a new online home.
The chic new website for Derng jewelry is as stylish as the brand itself. The minimalist aesthetics of the website is a classy showcase for Derng statement pieces. With dropdowns for different product categories and collections, it is easy to get an idea of all their offerings at a glance.
The email marketing functionality integrated into the website highlights their rewards program and benefits for subscribers. The Instagram integration on the homepage is a smart move that keeps the site dynamic and updated. It also shows that they understand the social preferences of their buyer persona.
This elegant website greets visitors with soothing colors and beautiful images amidst natural settings. With a simple white background and artistic photos, this website captures the essence of Juliska. It plays around with the textures and colors to highlight Juliska's artistry and brand identity.
These designs turn on the old-world domestic charm without sacrificing the website's usability. Redstage has achieved this synthesis of aesthetics and performance by toning down heavy design elements to enable a fast and seamless shopping experience meant to increase conversions. This website also focuses on Juliska's visitors and their behavior to ensure custom implementations. With improved gift registry shopping, it offers one-click gift wrap and custom engraving features.
These changes in website design were accompanied by a major integration of Magento and the Microsoft Dynamics NAV system to synchronize orders, products, inventory, and customers not only on the website but also in their retail stores. Ultimately, this online and offline integration model extends the shopping experience their customer has in-store to online. This advanced integration gives their visitors a unique and customized shopping experience, setting Juliska and their brand a cut above the rest.
There is a certain rough-around-the-edges feel to the photos on the home page of this San Fransisco based street style clothing store. In keeping with the brand aesthetics, the design also stands out with its grunge look.
'Make it super fast' must have been the brief given to Axial Motion for the Dolls Kill website. Ajax-driven custom refinement and pagination modules for category pages enables them to load very fast. The integrated Algolia search makes the search experience extremely fast. A custom "adding to cart" function from product page helps the customer shop for items in an instant. The inbuilt wishlist functionality on Magento has been customized to enhance the user experience.
Enhancing customer experience and engaging with them online is at the heart of this Pulsin' website. The much-loved organic foods brand factored in customer feedback and requirements before taking their business online. The improvement made to the second version of the site have resulted in a beautifully designed, responsive website that is a one-stop-shop not just for healthy food, but also for tasty recipes and interesting information on clean eating. Their agency Media Lounge teamed up with Aheadworks to fine tune the 'Subscription Products' section which allows customers to easily order products they need. The one step checkout feature customized especially for Pulsin' using the OneStepCheckout extension on Magento gives users a friction-free buying experience.
A pioneer in the organic and healthy foods category, Pulsin's blog is a very helpful collection of news content, nutritional information, workout routines, and recipes. It also includes a section which curates user-generated content from social media channels. WordPress is integrated with Magento which makes it easy to manage and regularly update the blog. This website includes a host of automation and personalization extensions at the back-end which helps Pulsin' streamline their business processes. Built keeping current and future requirements in mind, this easy-to-update website helps keep Pulsin' at the cutting-edge of the health foods industry.
Canvas Champ's website gives you beautiful samples of photos that they have turned into canvas prints. With a view towards increasing traffic to their website, they completely overhauled the content to optimize it for search engines. By making the site easier to find for potential customers in Canada and the USA, the updated website resulted in a 55% increase in visitors and a whopping 103% rise in revenues with a corresponding increase in transactions.
The site also showcases additional products and services alongside their main offering. The responsive website has integrated email marketing function and also makes it easy to track visitor behavior and use it to optimize their analytics and refine marketing strategies. This has given their users a much better purchase experience reducing bounce rates by 21%.
As always, we're excited for the ever changing landscape of the Magento world. We hope this serves as a good snapshot of the quality of work that's out there.
Feel free to reach out to us if you know of a site or have a site that belongs on this list!