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E-commerce is one of the booming businesses today, despite of the current downfall of financial market. The main goal of all e-commerce sites is to help the online customers to easily make online purchase. A good e-commerce website should be designed in such a way that it will be able to lead the visitor to the desired page with minimum number of clicks. Efficient website designers and developers appreciate the necessity of understanding the nature of targeted audience, for whom they design and create the websites or the applications. There are certain other rules that should be followed for successful e-commerce website design.

Minimalism is a design style that emphasizes simplicity and the removal of superfluous elements in one’s own work. It’s applied in art, architecture, print work, and in web design.  There is something extraordinary about making something magnificent with limited resources, and in this showcase, you’ll find the work of talented designers that exhibit exemplary use of Minimalism theories applied to web design.

Landing pages are a key component of many online marketing activities. Their goal is to to convert the traffic that these campaigns send — this may include subscribing to a service, buying a product, or making a request for more information. By following landing page best practices and performing landing page optimization (e.g., through A/B testing), designers can increase the number of conversions that these important pages drive.

The somewhat overused phrase “a picture paints a thousand words” is often used in marketing to illustrate the need for good images to sell a product. The best way to sell anything is to give it the space and opportunity to sell itself. A well constructed image showing the product at its best, preferably solving whatever problem it’s designed to solve will sell infinitely more than any clever description. This is one of the worst kept secrets in web design, which is why most e-commerce websites are image heavy.

Many veteran web designers will tell newcomers to the field that it takes a combination of technical savvy and artistic vision to achieve a successful career in web design. The reality, however, is that it takes more than that to become a high end web designer. The subsequent text details the skills and qualities that are often at the heart of design greatness.

Apart from visual design elements, one can also get creative with the layout of the site – its structure and the way the information is presented and communicated. To give you some ideas of how exactly it can be done, we have been collecting examples of creative design layouts. Design was more important to us than a concrete implementation of some creative idea. We also weren’t interested in whether the code validates or not. Below are some examples we have found so far.

Business cards are a must for any particular company to represent their company’s name or suppose their individual names. The information that is usually there in a business card is the address, phone number, email id etc. Other than this the logo of the company is important. The business cards are generally kept simple giving it the executive look with a white background and black text. The main information with the company’s logo comprises the new business card.