eCommerce is taking over the globe, so we chose to highlight the top eCommerce websites examples for your inspiration.
In the past few years, it has been easier to create a stunning eCommerce store. An eCommerce store must look and feel like a physical shop. It is important that everything flows naturally and is easy to find. Colorlib has a wide range of eCommerce themes that WooCommerce users can use. We also offer a free collection containing the top eCommerce themes built with Bootstrap.
Today we’ll be highlighting some of our favorite, most inspiring, well-designed and attractive web designs from eCommerce sites. Find out the motivation behind the design and the benefit it will bring. Don’t forget to incorporate good practices of search engine optimization.
For your inspiration, here are 40 examples of eCommerce website design.
- 1 Best eCommerce Website Design Examples
- 2 1. Tixly
- 3 2. Tangier
- 4 3. Wells
- 5 4. Enson
- 6 5. Nyx
- 7 6. Fips
- 8 7. Avalon
- 9 8. Mina
- 10 9. Mahabis
- 11 10. OBEY Clothing
- 12 11. Fare
- 13 12. Death Wish Coffee Company
- 14 13. Allbirds
- 15 14. Father Rabbit
- 16 15. Tinker Watches
- 17 16. Irish Design Shop
- 18 17. Fight for UX
- 19 18. Status Audio Headphones
- 20 19. Headphones LilGadgets
- 21 20. The Soap Co.
- 22 21. Bootstrap Themes
- 23 22. Mollusk Surf Shop
- 24 23. Langly Camera Bags
- 25 24. Black Milk Clothing
- 26 25. Bokeh Life
- 27 26. InVision Marketplace
- 28 27. Protected
- 29 28. Lunet Eyewear
- 30 29. ecobee
- 31 30. No. 22 Bicycle Company
- 32 31. Press
- 33 32. Snowe
- 34 33. W+K Studio Goodness
- 35 34. Patagonia Provisions
- 36 35. A Book Apart
- 37 FAQ
- 38 Summary
Best eCommerce Website Design Examples
You also don’t need to worry about the whole online shopping experience, hosting and domain name. Yes, you get it all, and that’s the AWESOME part of Tixly!
Plus, you are welcome to customize the already stunning look and make it your own to a T. Make an online store fast – like a champ!
This stunning website was created using Zyro which is the most affordable eCommerce website building tool.
This template will help you get started on your website. Even if your experience is minimal!
Tangier offers web hosting as well as a free one-year domain name. This makes Tangier a must-see and must-use tool.
The best thing about Wells is its ease of use. It takes just a few clicks to create your online shop. You can add your products and content and then you’re ready to sell.
Wells has many features, including order tracking, favorites, working contact form and filtering. You’re in total control. Enjoy!
This eCommerce website template can be used by anyone, as it doesn’t require any coding or design skills. Beginners, you’re welcome!
Enson’s goodies include great navigation, user-friendly product pages, testimonials, and a newsletter subscription form. Make your brand shine online!
This design can be used as-is, but you can modify it using the Zyro builder. Any work will be quick work, and that’s a guarantee. And if you’d like to add a blog, you can do that, too!
All things are beautiful when Nyx is used.
Building a website is a cake thanks to Fips’ amazing page layouts, features, and powerful builder.
Fips offers online shopping, including subscription forms, Google Maps and social icons.
Fips will make your event special.
How do you do it? You have unlimited customization options with Zyro Builder, regardless of your skill level.
Avalon comes with a slider and sticky navbar. It also includes categorization, Google Maps, and more. Avalon allows you to start selling like a professional right from the beginning!
I particularly like Mina’s clean and modern design that minimizes clutter.
Mina takes care of everything so you can concentrate on the details. You can also add your products! Mina can help you build the perfect online store quickly and scale up your business.
Mahabis hails from London, which is known for its fashion and modern clothing designs. Mahabis, a brand founded by Londoners, keeps this movement alive. Mahabis’ values are simplicity, beauty, and functionality. They are known for their modern, comfortable slippers made in Portugal. The eCommerce store’s features allow anyone to explore different colors sets and learn what makes these slippers unique and admired worldwide. 80% of the world’s operating countries have customers for Mahabis clothing catalog; the website they operate from plays a big role in that achievement.
10. OBEY Clothing
Obey Clothing had attracted the attention of many millennials. The line was launched in the early years of most millennials’ lives. Since the line’s inception, it has grown into this massive movement of creative artists and street art fans that serve the skateboarding and punk-rock scene. OBEY is a place for those who want to express themselves passionately and uniquely. The Obey online store isn’t a complex design. It’s a minimalistic approach towards putting the product in the consumer’s eyes and concluding a sale effortlessly. The same couldn’t be said about physical OBEY locations, which are more lively and hip. This black-on-white design works well. There are a few sizes available; the checkout button works well.
Farer, welcome! Farer is a British-designed and Swiss-engineered watch brand that caters to creative people who love a classic look to their watches. Farer watches are affordable and have been admired by thousands of watch enthusiasts. Farer watches are timeless and will make great gifts for those with a hip-vibe.
We like Farer’s design because it has been built directly to support a brand’s message. Everything leads back to the explanation of what the watches stand for, and product landing pages are on the whole another level — very detailed descriptions of what the particular Watch is About, a concise rundown of the specification that the watch has, and crucial information about shipping costs and returns policy. This is what product landing pages need to look like, customers want to know that when they spend more than $500, they will get some form of protection in the case of disliking the product’s physical appearance. They also sell straps, and even for the straps product pages, everything is outlined carefully to support the customer’s decision of buying the product.
12. Death Wish Coffee Company
Death Wish coffee is a strong coffee brand, but they are also well-known for other reasons. Their commitment to the community has ensured their success for many years. They won a prize tournament which guaranteed them an advertisement slot during Superbowl. They needed a website that would manage their business to be able to expose themselves so extensively to high traffic volumes. The design idea was simple: make a large introductory frame showing the coffee packaging and offer customers the chance to purchase it from the window.
The following container describes the product in detail. It also includes concise descriptions. Finally, there is a large slider which highlights the top customer reviews. You will also find a navigation menu. It has been hidden beneath the popular hamburger menu for mobile devices. It is obvious that the majority of attention is given to selling the product straight after the user has opened the website. This tactic could potentially increase your product sales.
Allbirds originated in New Zealand, which is known for its large sheep population. The owner of Allbirds was inspired by this material to make footwear.
Their online store has a lot animated content. We wanted to highlight this design and show you how as a brand owner, you could explain your product to customers using demo animations and video content that shows you being an ambassador for your brand. Ohh, and the cherry on top — Allbirds will give you a full refund of your purchase if you aren’t satisfied within 4 weeks. Excellent!
14. Father Rabbit
Father Rabbit offers a wide range of products designed to be gifts. Many categories can make great gifts, including kitchen stuff, laundry, bathroom products, garden tools, bedroom decor, and baby stuff. Father Rabbits design of so many products relies heavily on simplicity. An extensive navigation menu allows you to find all major categories as well as their sub-categories. Father Rabbits website’s elegance is complemented by versatile typography. For those who sell large quantities of products online, product pages have rich visual content and detailed text content.
15. Tinker Watches
16. Irish Design Shop
The Irish Design Shops sells gifts, books, outdoor, jewelry, and other related products. Clear images and simple product pages are their main selling points. The Add to Cart button on the product page is highlighted with additional weight. The footer doesn’t break away from the rest of the homepage grid, making everything seem like it has drawn on a single piece of paper, and likely it has been. Look at the simple elegance of design to meet the needs for a sophisticated brand that loves design.
17. Fight for UX
UX and UI (User Experience & User Interface) lie behind every great design. These are the two key words that underpin all web site designs. It is vital to have both UX and UI right for your online business venture. Fight for UX sells web designs posters to keep you and your fellow designers motivated to create great things. Each poster comes with a grid box in the homepage layout. This gives you the opportunity to name each one and also the photo in the poster.
We wanted to include Fight for UX because it showcases how aesthetic design can work well when selling products that you’re genuinely passionate about. The menu at the right-sidebar only has a handful of choices, allowing for simplicity.
18. Status Audio Headphones
Status Audio was founded from research that determined what professional headphones should look and feel like to be used by a new generation music lovers who love to take music with them. Beats by Dre is a well-known brand in the headphones market. It’s hard to tell customers that your product is better than what others seem to review so much.
Some neat additions include an automatic product image slider in the sales pages. Click on the item you desire, and it will take you to finalizing a sales transaction. Scrolling down below the first item on the product page will give you more information about the headphones, their technical features, customer reviews, and video reviews. These guys know how to incorporate customer feedback into eCommerce design.
19. Headphones LilGadgets
LilGadgets sells headphones designed for children. Although there is a bit more color to choose from, the lack of a review system makes it difficult to judge their quality. This is compensated by a detailed description of each headphone model, and how they will enable your children to have an amazing music experience. It’s time to inspire your children to become little artists of their own!
20. The Soap Co.
How do you make soap brands stand out from the rest? You open the Soap Co. store, and the first thing you get to see are the actual products, so it’s time for shopping. You open the Soap Co. store, and the first thing you get to see are the actual products, so it’s time for shopping. You don’t want to be designing a design that will throw around big images and other sensationalist features, you want to list the products as soon as the customer comes to your store, which can be seen in this case. These designs usually include a product and an easy-to-remember marketing strategy. This would appeal to customers who are familiar with the brand and need something quick to replenish their soap subscription. We encourage minimal design.
21. Bootstrap Themes
We’ve been clear that we wish to include a few online stores related to actual usable technology, one of which is Bootstrap. We decided to preview the official Bootstrap themes’ store’ from the framework’s creators. The simple way of describing the product to the customer through imagery, element boxes and clear descriptions is what we love. The profile cards of the designers are shown in the preview. This allows you to see what other authors are working on. That’s the beauty of GitHub: the ability to publicly explore what others are working on!
22. Mollusk Surf Shop
Mollusk is everything you’d expect from a surf company/brand. They were all born from organic local sources and have always been involved in creative fields like music, arts, crafts, and films. Mollusk is known for designing the clothing that surfers love. Local surfboard builders make the boards they advertise. The money stays in the local economy. The navigation menu at the left allows anyone to explore the categories and their children. The imagery catalog lists all items. Click on any product to view it in full-size. You can also change the size and make a purchase right away.
23. Langly Camera Bags
Langly is the brand we are most proud to feature in our eCommerce design inspiration selection. They specialize in creating Camera Bags for adventurous people who love to hike and take incredible photographs. These bags can be used as a one-stop shop for all your camera gear. The bags have slots for different types of cameras and plenty of pockets for other camera gear that might otherwise get lost in the clutter. This unique product is extremely affordable, considering its great purpose.
Langly bags were created out of the needs of freelance photographers and nomadic professionals who wanted something that would protect their gear with style. Langly will keep your gear close at hand while on an assignment, or even on a mission. For carrying accessories and necessities alike, you may not be able to bring everything you have, but you’ll have space for everything you need.
24. Black Milk Clothing
Black Milk is a true story. From not having the money to invest in materials, to being able to access what you have and creating something original, it’s all true. People who are open to expressing their creativity and freedom through fashion are attracted to this line. It’s incredible how a creative artist’s fashion line built from the ground up can attract the same crowd because they feel the same way.
25. Bokeh Life
Keep in mind that not all brands will open an online store. Bokeh Life’s website is simple; it’s four styles of caps that can be navigated using jQuery navigation. When you click on the hat, a new mode will appear that shows a few models in the hat and includes a Buy button that allows you to get the item shipped directly to your home. Bokeh’s web design reflects the elegance and style of their capes.
26. InVision Marketplace
InVision is often mentioned. It’s a design workflow tool used by millions of designers around the globe! There’s something about design companies that launch their versions of platforms and business pages, such as an eCommerce store. It makes you wonder what these guys will come up next.
InVision Marketplace is a free store where customers can buy shirts to promote the brand. They can also be brand ambassadors, letting the world know that they love design. The t-shirts aren’t all about just InVision; some awesome and unique shirts are in the collection. Designers will find many to be attractive. Take a look around the marketplace. It’s very design-friendly, and going from product to checkout is a seamless design interaction.
Afends appreciates the calm that good design can bring. As you would need to lower your shoulders in order to feel more present, a design must communicate directly with customers through visual appearances. This is done by integrating real-world elements to show the full potential of the design. Afends uses an Instagram widget at their bottom to display the latest Instagram posts by people who have purchased their apparel.
28. Lunet Eyewear
A website that is easy to sell a product will be easier if it’s a brand that is well-known. And that’s the path that Lunet Eyewear has taken; their online eCommerce store consists of a simple navigation header and a product placement that gives you clear product information and how to purchase them. A jQuery notification popup is used to inform European customers about their free shipping policy within Europe. It’s little widgets like these that make all the difference for the UX of the website.
Ecobee sells sensors for measuring temperature and number of people living in a house. Their sales approach is simple and straightforward. They provide as much information about the product as they can. They use HTML5 to create individual element boxes that talk about the product’s most important features. The homepage is their main selling page.
30. No. 22 Bicycle Company
Selling a bike in the store is simple. If you are interested in buying a professional bike, customers can go for a ride. No. 22 has a few professional bicycles for sale. The website is divided into pages for each bike. Each page will talk about its specs and include important information about the bikes. Moreover, the buying process involves selecting your bike’s configuration, size, and color preferences.
PRESS is an out-of-print specialty books and items shop that focuses exclusively on first edition art, fashion design, craft, counterculture, and counterculture books. It also publishes new titles by small presses and offers unique stationery products. Flagship products include photography and art, fashion, craft, designs, books, and other related items. It has strong ties with the book industry, which allows it to publish incredible products at very affordable rates.
Are you planning to move into a new home? You might want to stock up on some unique cutlery and glasses to make your guests feel like they’ve walked into a fantastic experience. How can a brand market these products online? First, you need to create good visual content that displays the product in every possible situation. That’s the approach of Snowe. All their product selling points, including description, product details and use cases, are traditional.
33. W+K Studio Goodness
Goodness is a company that specializes in wearables, gift cards and general greeting cards. Each design is handcrafted and offers a unique design experience. If you like the look of the products, you can choose them individually. W+K Studio also allows the ‘quick shopping’ option to jump straight to the checkout page.
34. Patagonia Provisions
It takes dedication to sell food online. You need to be committed when selling food online. There are many bad companies that sell poor food. Patagonia appears to have all this figured out. They also talk about the ingredients and products they use to ensure that there are no artificial substances and that they are organic. There are many photos, videos, and descriptions. They also discuss the origin of the product and the manufacturing process. These are the details that customers should know about when ordering organic food online.
35. A Book Apart
And sure… if all else fails, you can come and check out A Book Apart. This is a well-known resource for web design and other creative design books. On the same page, A Book Apart has an online store where they can discuss their products. You will be enchanted by the design of these books. Get these for your design team because they’ll need all this knowledge to replicate some of those mesmerizing designs we endured in this roundup.
This roundup should have given you an overview of the state of eCommerce websites. You are now ready to create your online store with these awesome eCommerce WordPress themes. These online store builders allow for quick and easy setup of eCommerce websites.
These are also some amazing eCommerce website templates to help you create your online store.
– Keep it simple. Don’t overcomplicate because less is more.
– Think like your target audience
– Concentrating on making a brand
– Use a relevant color scheme for your brand
– Use unique (ones taken by you or your team) high-quality images
– Proofread everything
– Make your website looks professional
– Include social proof (testimonials from real users and links to social media)
– Use category pages to your advantage.
Shopify is the easiest way to create an eCommerce website. Shopify is a website builder that is specifically designed for online shops.
It is a website which lists products and services online, rather than physically selling them in retail stores.
Shopify allows you to set up your website for as little as $29 per calendar month. Your costs will rise significantly if you need custom functionality and design.
This was our most ambitious project. There are many amazing eCommerce designs that can be found in one place. We focused on the aesthetics of the design, the ability to talk about your brand/product through a web design, so that the user feels like they are part of something greater. Oh, and don’t forget! We want to see the designs of your eCommerce stores. So please leave those comments with your inspiring designs; we’d love to check them all out!
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