For heaps of reasons I decided to move from MUI to styled-components and remark to MDX. This will be more fun for me personally, which is my primary motivation. I'm also sort of curious about trying out an Art Deco inspired aesthetic, which is what you should see a subtle smattering of thus far. While I'm making this switch please pardon the appearance of the blog. Come back in like a month if you wanna see how it turns out.
Houndie Leather is a custom fabricator and eCommerce shop in Australia. I took a more agency style approach for this video. I walk through the main pages of the site and make a handful of recommendations. The most notable changes I recommend are that the main category page, (in Shopify jargon the collection/all) sorting and order by functionality are unnecessary and the company logo is way too large. All in all, I really like this site, the niche and where they're going. The eCommerce content is pretty solid and the site is well laid out,. Good luck!
A young person who is 17 starts a store with minimum effort. He's running ads and not converting. This is sadly all too common. Hopefully, they heed my advice, learn to trade, start by freelancing, learn the value of how to make money online and the skills that it takes. This persons approach won't be successful at anything but setting money on fire. I suggests learning ad campaign management, technical SEO or content writing as an approach that will succeed long term.
Streetwear brand trying to launch a Shopify site. Nice job filling out content and getting started. I make some suggestions about how they are making bad font choices, poor popup choices and some accessibility. That said, this site has good content, and has gone through the trouble to get some values filled out. They have poor header structure, but seem to be making a good effort. Hopefully, they're successful.
I take a look at a category listing page for an ecommerce dropshippers site. There's some non standard things on this site, but it's nice to see that the site owner is working on updating content. This is a better effort than most, but still needs work.
I take a look at a sites homepage. There's a dearth of content, some poor SEO practices and an opportunity to improve some product selection for the featured category.
I take a quick look at a category page. Mostly I notice that the category layout. This site is 'aspirational" but the content, design and category structure doesn't reflect that niche.
An e-commerce site trying to sell home goods wonders what can be improved. I suggest that the theme isn't great and that some focus on SEO and content would improve things.
Single product site that would like to convert more sales. I recommend more content and even a sticky add to cart.
A drop shipping site trying to see if they're ready to start spending on ads
My first attempt at doing occasional reviews of ecommerce sites for the community on reddit. Just a low key one off recording to see how I enjoy reviewing sites for people when I'm in the mood