Shopify Case Study
Fashion & ADA Compliance
Russells, a Florida based shoe apparel company came to us to help them move their site from Magento to Shopify because they realized the struggle that occurs in maintaining an ecommerce store on such a complex platform as Magento. Another important goal was making the site usable for those with disabilities, which is done by implementing ADA compliant practices.
Shopify is much easier to use without being a developer once it is set up. We helped them make an improved design now on a new platform and adapt what worked really well for them but on Shopify as the platforms are in fact different in terms of functionality & frontend layout.
ADA compliant solutions we done to make it easier for anyone who vists the site to consume. For example, we created color contrast improvements to the original design to improve the visual experience of users with any visual problem (from myopia to color blindness) As well our team did a backend audit and development to add landmarks, labels and meta descriptions across the website content. We also created a soft warning to notify users (visual & auditive with screen readers) when they are being redirected out of the website.
Unique Product Pages
When merchants want to have product pages with unique information beyond the standard product description, they make the mistake of creating many product templates - however this slows down the shop immensely. Therefore we implemented a Metafields solution that based on tags & fields set up, places elements such as brand logo & a specifications table unique to each product, without the need to duplicate & edit thousands of product pages.
As a result the client has been increasing their growth month after month since switching to Shopify. They are also relaxed to know that they have a fully compliant Shop for the general population.
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