eCommerce Web Design

Ecommerce has grown exponentially in recent years. At BoxCrush®, we’re experts on the subject. We’ve developed scores of websites with both Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Ecommerce sites—online stores that make it easy for customers to make and execute purchase decisions.

Shopping Cart

We’ll make sure your estore integrates smoothly with the rest of the site and offer solutions to help integrate an online store with your existing business model. The shopping cart is the basis of your online storefront. A cart can allow you to add product descriptions, prices and shipping rates from your computer. Select and insert product photos, and categorize your products automatically. BoxCrush® sets your online store up and trains you to update it when needed.

Payment and Shipping Options

We can configure your ecommerce website to securely accept credit cards or use PayPal. You can start out with standard shipping rates or allow your shoppers to choose between FedEX, UPS, local or international post offices.

E-commerce Website Integration

During the e-commerce development process, we make sure that your new site seamlessly integrates with your current systems, such as QuickBooks or another backend ERP system. We can import existing product databases in real time and tie in to your inventory management data.   No matter how complex your e-commerce website, BoxCrush keeps it functioning smoothly with your current inventory and order system.

Custom Ecommerce Development

We can help you build an ecommerce system utilizing the Sitefinity Ecommerce Module if that is what's best for your organization or help you choose a .NET ecommerce system that meets all of your requirements.

E-commerce Content Development

BoxCrush can provide copywriting for your product descriptions, including creating SEO rich content to boost market share. Want to write your own product descriptions? We teach you how to leverage your new e-commerce website to insert product listings yourself.

Whether it’s B2B or B2C, we can develop a site that meets your needs, complies with Visa best-practice guidelines, and makes it easy for customers to purchase from your site. Ebusiness is big business. BoxCrush® will help you get your share!

  • Parkview eCommerce and Events Integration

    Parkview Foundations’ web site needed upgrading and expanding, and BoxCrush was up to the task. The Sitefinity site was upgraded and updated in a number of ways. This philanthropic foundation needed to integrate the Sitefinity events module and eCommerce module, so that participants could register online and pay for an event. They also needed a way for their Sitefinity eCommerce module to include a Donations section.

  • Dandelion Wishes Ecommerce Design

    Custom .NET nopCommerce Ecommerce Design. Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Ecommerce online store. The website features a custom database integration with 3rd party ERP POS system.
  • Kiwanis Store Web Design

    We chose an established platform that was VISA PABP Certified and designed a look flexible enough to work for seven different color schemes and not steal attention from the products. 
  • TPP Ecommerce Design

    The Precious Puppy is based in Indianapolis, Indiana, where they operate a chain of local pet stores. This elegant design was aimed at classy upperclass women.
  • She Lettered eCommerce Design

    She Lettered came to us looking for an edgy high-end athletic design. Photography was produced with dark backgrounds, serious attitude, and flair in sports attire.
  • Hanger 3 eCommerce Design

    When we first saw the product, vintage subway tokens repurposed into necklaces, we knew we needed to highlight the uniqueness of this Indianapolis company by fully customizing the design of this Magento eCommerce shopping cart. When your business model is turning trash into treasure, your website design cannot be sleek and minimal.
  • Mi-Tech Metals Web Design

    The web design for Mi-Tech Metals utilizes curves, reflections and drop shadows as major design elements. The Flash slideshow in the header gives potential customers a glimpse of the many complex aspects of taking their product from raw powder form into the furnace and on to a machined and finished product.