E-Commerce Online Retailer with Membership Model
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Project Budget$750 - $1500 USD
It is essentially a membership model hybrid built upon an e-commerce application foundation. Both members and non-members can buy but members will receive perks such as 24hr pre-sale purchases and 5% discount on all buy-ins. Management of inventory and memberships will be paramount from an admin perspective. Usability and look/feel for customers will be highly emphasized to put us ahead of competitors. As with any e-commerce website payment processing and transaction reliability are a must. Website will also need ability to process payments on a recurring basis for membership model either monthly or yearly. This website is a spin-off from a site we currently own/operate. We will provide that information if/when we decide to work together. We already have a logo created (newly created and not from old site) and we already have 99% of the raw image content. Image retouching might be needed.
This project requires both the design and the actual development. Custom design or use of elements from a Content Management System (CMS) are both acceptable. All pages need to have a similar look/feel with standard header menu bar and footer. Shopping cart integration with a payment gateway such as PayPal is a must. Cross browser support should be assumed as well as ability to access and full functionality for mobile devices such as iPhone, Android, etc.
Feel free to contact me with questions. Attached is a more detailed requirements document including site map and page descriptions. I will need to see currently operating e-commerce website that you designed/developed prior to hiring you.
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