PEONY ACCESSORIES

Fully responsive Magento development for UK based scarf and accessories company Peony.

Requirements

Primal Space took on the task of creating the new Peony website, an e-commerce website for the UK’s largest scarf and accessories retailer.

We wanted the website to be as shoppable as possible with a focus on conversion and producing sales. We used clear categories to showcase the products within. Large images are also displayed throughout.

A contact form and google map integration were also features of this website design.

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    Image Optimisation
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    Mobile Accessibility
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    Content Strategy
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    Website Speed Optimisation
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    Conversion Optimisation
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    UX Consultation
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    Design Prototyping
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