Startup — 40 New Ecommerce Designs

Inside Designmodo
Jul 10, 2019 · 3 min read

We listen our clients. After the successful release of Startup version 3 (product of the week on ProductHunt), we received a ton of feedback.

One of the most asked-for feature requests is Ecommerce predesigned blocks, so we immediately started work. Here we have 40 absolutely new designed blocks that are ready to use in the Startup app!

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40 Ecommerce Designs

What type of designs?

We tried to create every type of page that you might need to build an ecommerce website for your startup. From product categories to checkout pages to thank you pages, these new pages in Startup have you covered.

Product categories

If you sell more than one item, having a product category page can help users navigate your ecommerce site and find exactly what they are looking for.

The new product category pages feature large image previews, description text, and pricing boxes so you have plenty of options to show your startup’s work. The designs are sleek and streamlined to it is easy to show off your goods without spending too much time worrying about how to build the design.

The new release includes five different options for you to create product category pages.

Product pages

Product pages in Startup are designed to put your best items on display with strong images and easy-to-click “BUY NOW” buttons. Just drop in the premade design, and customize the template with your product image and description.

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Choose from full-screen card-style product pages, group like products in a product bundle, or use drop down product pages for products that allow shoppers to make custom choices such as size or color.

You can even change colors to feature a white, minimal background, or go with a trendy bright color.

Not sure what style of product page you want? Startup now includes 20+ product page options that you can browse before making a choice. There’s something here for every type of startup and any type of product or service.

Cart pages

Did you know that abandon rates can be exceptionally high on shopping cart pages? Not with cart pages built in startup.

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The premade designs feature a streamlined cart design that allows shoppers to see what they have added with everything right on the screen. (Shoppers love to see items one last time and these designs bring product previews right into the cart page.)

Checkout pages

Startup continues that great shopping experience with easy checkout pages. No super long scrolling forms here!

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Simple form options allow shoppers to enter an address, payment information and promos, delivery options and confirm checkout on easy, quick screens. The best part? This type of checkout process works exceptionally well on mobile since users can see each form option on the screen.

Startup is taking all the guesswork out of an ecommerce website design for you. (And making it easy to create and customize.)

Thank you pages

Finally, Startup includes thank you and shopping confirmation pages so that shoppers will know their purchase is processing and on the way.

Designs allow you to add a thank you message and buttons to track orders or keep shopping. (Don’t forget to create more return engagement.)

Each page design is simple and direct, telling the user exactly what they need to know about the order they just finished placing.

We will continue to update Startup; if you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us!

❤, Designmodo Team

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