Scope, a disability charity from the United Kingdom, has started a campaign called ‘the Big Hack’ to make retailers aware of digital exclusion. Still, many disabled customers can’t shop online in a proper way.
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Microspot has changed its image. The Swiss online retail company is now officially presenting itself as a non-food online shopping center. The logo, colors and design have been changed to give the website the look of a shopping center instead of a consumer electronics retailer.
Swiss ecommerce company Brack.ch has ditched its focus on consumer electronics after a total relaunch of its online shop. Brack.ch has now become an online department store that sells a wide range of products, from electronics and household items to DIY and supermarket goods.
Migros, the largest retailer in Switzerland, has launched a completely new website. The new design and optimized user experience are part of an effort to make the retailer accessible on all devices. The technical realization was built on Magnolia, a Swiss content management platform.
The Dutch online store Bol.com has made some big changes to its design, in order to be ready “for the future”. The redesign is not something that came out of nowhere, as the ecommerce site was already renovating its site design. Last year it started with the first few tests and two months ago the site navigation changed completely. Bol.com will also release its own mobile apps later this year.
Groupon today has announced it’s overhauling its UK website and mobile apps, in order to transform from a daily deal site into an online marketplace. The redesigned website, with new search, browse and location features, has already launched in the US last year, but is now also live in the UK. The merchant pages have to pull more visitors to the website.
Home24, the online furniture company from Rocket Internet, has doubled the number of its customers to 1 million and had started with optimizing and redesigning its online store so customers get more inspiration when buying furniture online.
The multiple comparison engines of Dutch company Compare Group will get a new design and along with it some new features. The Dutch, Belgium, Finnish and French websites will soon show customers how reliable a web shop really is in terms of delivering orders on time.