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12 signs your custom e bay storefront design can be a disaster part 2

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Read these 12 warning signs & see whether your custom eBay storefront design is a marvel or a disaster. Read the second part.

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12 signs your custom e bay storefront design can be a disaster part 2

  1. 1. 12 Signs: Your Custom eBay Storefront Design can be a Disaster – Part 2 @eBaystoredesign.org
  2. 2. 3) Too many designers are good but check with them you might be wrong  In continuation with the second part we would highlight here some important points same as in part 1 that may not seem to be as they are. Read here to check if you are on the right track or not.  A team with expert people is good for your project, but at the same time you must consider who will be involved in the design process.  It is important to know how much is too much. A bunch of professionals may come up with a brilliantly created custom eBay storefront design or else bring a project to a halt because everyone can't come together on one decision. @eBaystoredesign.org
  3. 3.  A design must be a virtual salesman helping your buyers to buy desired products in time.  They should speak to the needs of the buyer in a way that inspires buyer to purchase more from you.  To create such an intelligent design you need to check upon the portfolio, staff & client reviews of the vendor offering design services.  An ideal person who is responsible for your store design will have to use your business goals, product summary & inputs while doing the design job.  All these information matters a lot in store design rather than a big fat team of designers. @eBaystoredesign.org
  4. 4. 4) Do some paper work before design work  Don’t simply let things evolve – in simple words there should be a defined process of your custom eBay storefront design work & more importantly it should be in writing in the form of a contract.  Go into a formal contract with your designer & that will bond both of you in terms of design expectations, pricing, timelines, revisions etc.  Without defining these things might put you in a situation of never ending design mockups & unconcealed creativity. @eBaystoredesign.org
  5. 5.  Check with your store design service vendor whether they practice healthy paper work that is in the similar interest of both of you.  A lot of disappointment can be restrained by defining certain things on paper before starting the actual work.  Reputable firms like us do the same with every project we deal with.  This way you come to know who is doing what; unnecessary delays & confusion will be avoided.  Paper work gives a flexible approach to the creative process. @eBaystoredesign.org
  6. 6. 5) Scrutinize your current store before designing a new one  You may be a frontline seller or a newbie, but gathering analytics for a new project is of crucial importance & this is applicable to both you & the one who is designing your store.  Sellers pay less attention to this vital process & eventually spoil the essence of design.  Ordering a new design without observing loop holes in the current one will only lead to repeat the same problems.  Hence, what is the ultimate solution? @eBaystoredesign.org
  7. 7.  Look for someone who can help you in this data analytic process – he/she can guide you on what to look for in the data. Ask your buyers what they want in a new design? Take their suggestions.  Involve your friends & family members to review, compare both old & new designs on the scale of speed, performance, functions, user friendly etc. @eBaystoredesign.org
  8. 8. Contact-us  Follow us for the third part of this blog series. We hope you are enjoying this blog post brought to you by the excellent team of ebaystoredesign.org.  Have you missed the first part? Click here to read. @eBaystoredesign.org

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