jwiener got their new web page design by running a design contest:
Bring an e-commerce site into Web 2.0 for Quickscrews International Corp.
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We import and sell fasteners and drive bits for the woodworking and cabinetry industries. Our target customer includes cabinet shops, hardware distributors, fastener resellers, and DIY woodworkers. Our website is available to both wholesale and retail customers.
Most importantly we need to clearly guide the user from the homepage to the checkout screen. Currently there are multiple methods of browsing which may seem confusing - we need to simplify the look and feel of the site as it currently appears busy and complicated. Our products (mostly screws) are all silver, gold, or dark in color so a high contrasting theme (white background) would most likely be suitable but we are open to suggestions.
Home page: we would like a much simpler home page than currently exists that clearly directs customers towards either browsing or ordering our products. Product Page: this page includes all of the product details that our existing product pages have (see http://www.quickscrews.com/catalog/cabinet-assembly-screws/phillips-drive-screws/flat-coarse-t17-zinc/part/9005 for an example) but with an updated design and cleaner feel to the page. A key part of the product page also is the "Alternate Quantity" section that shows users what other package quantities are available and can be accessed from that page. Fastener Technical Info: this page would be there to explain certain technical information that is applicable to all of our parts and general fastener info. Open to the content of this page being redesigned as well (in an infographic perhaps). Browse Catalog Page: if users are browsing they may use this method with multiple products on screen. We want this to be easy to sort/filter through products due to the high volume of SKU's that we have. Checkout Page: main idea here is that the information is laid out so that the customer clearly understands what information must be entered to complete the checkout process.
We are open to your ideas, the overlying goal is to bring what we feel a Web 1.0 website is into the modern B2B online world of Web 2.0. There are two types of main customers we have on the site - those who know which Part #'s they want to order and those who do not. The file attached is simply one idea we had that included some of the more significant current features (Track Order, Screw and Bit Finder, Quick Order) but we are not attached to this idea in any way. It is meant to display what features we think are important but again, open to suggestions. The site is created with Drupal 6.
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