Redesign our PrestaShop's View Item Page Layout To Be More Clear and Friendly
- Status: Closed
- Præmier: $200
- Modtagne indlæg: 4
- Vinder: BelleWest
Our website is [login to view URL] - we sell vintage furniture and almost all of our items have a quantity of 1 or 0 - occasionally there is an item that has several available, but that is rare.
When you browse our shop and click on an item to view it, you will of course be taken to the view page for that item. This is the page I need to redesign and I am looking for your ideas for layout and graphics while still keeping within my guidelines.
Since a product can either be In Stock or Out of Stock, we technically need 2 different designs - they will be similar, but still different due to how we need to say different things on each page and display a different set of options/buttons.
For this redesign, you will need to be able to mock up an example for me in a Photoshop PSD, and we will work with that until the final design is approved, and then you will need to be able to send me both the graphical assets of the design and IDEALLY also some of the replacement code that my other developer can use to help him actually replace the current pages with the new layout and look. The more you can provide to actually help us implement the design, the better - and if you know PrestaShop well enough to actually do it all so my other developers wouldn't even have to do anything, then that is ideal, but its not an absolute requirement. We have a lot of custom code on each page that is critical it is not distrubed and is moved over to the new page layout.
Attached are screenshots from 2 example items in our store - one is In Stock and the other is Out of Stock. There is nothing special about these 2 pieces, they are just 2 that I chose to show examples of the 2 different types of pages and what they currently say. I will mark them up to show you the current blocks out of the layout and where they get their data from so you know how to best carry this over into the new design.
Here are the URLs that I got the 2 screenshots from so you can see the pages in its entire context:
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Out of Stock:
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In both cases, the main area we need to re-work is the right-hand column of text and buttons. It needs to be divided out more clearly, more friendly - easier for the customer to tell exactly what their options are when viewing this piece
For In Stock items, the major options the customer has is (in order of importance) :
1. Add it to their cart (which also includes our green box with the In Stock text)
2. Add it to their wishlist (currently this button is handled poorly and is combined with a much less important "Compare" button - both are small and its not really clear for the customer what they do)
3. Ask us a question about this piece (this button does not exist right now - but it will be a way for the customer to ask us directly from this page, probably via a popup we will create which will then send us an email, without the customer having to go to the Contact page and do a bunch of unnecessary typing)
4. "Make An Offer" button - this button brings up a popup that I will need to redesign since the original module was designed by someone who did not do the best job
5. "I Have One Like This I Want To Sell" button and the dynamic text below the button - this is a custom feature of our site and this text below the button changes depending on how many people have clicked it in the past.
For Out of Stock items, the major options the customer has are:
1. Obviously they cannot add it to their cart, but our custom red box with Out of Stock text is very important for them to read
2. The "Find Me One Of These Now" button and the dynamic text below it (another custom function of our site)
(THIS TEXT IS CONTINUED ON THE ATTACHED TXT FILE - PLEASE READ)
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