Top 8 E-Commerce Agency Projects You Need to See This Month


Smart brands are taking every advantage of e-commerce revolution. A fully-loaded and optimized site, plus a standout e-commerce agency in your backpocket can be the difference between a banner year or dismal year.

The opportunity is ripe for the picking. Currently, only 7% of retail sales in the US are made online. In 2014, worldwide digital commerce sales grew by 22 percent to reach $1.3 trillion, according to eMarketer.

How do you get a piece of the growing e-commerce pie? Consider teaming up with one of these top e-commerce agencies!

1. Digital Surgeons – Kringle Candle

E-Commerce agency Digital Surgeons' work for Kringle Candle

Selling scented candles can be challenging online, for obvious reasons. Digital Surgeons’ built a modern e-commerce experience that offers customers multiple ways to browse and search, making the most of the HTML5 responsive design. Who says you need to smell before you buy?

2. Copious – Nau Clothing Flagship Digital Experience

E-commerce agency Copious and Nau  Clothing

High-end performance clothing brand Nau needed a flagship e-commerce site that introduced customers to the depth and quality of their brand. Built on the Magento Enterprise e-commerce platform, the fully responsive experience is engaging and educational for customers. Not surprisingly, that engagement has driven sales for the company.

3. Instrument – Alternative Apparel

E-commerce agency Instrument and the Alternative Apparel website.

Instrument was charged with bringing clarity to every part of the e-commerce process, from shopping to ordering to fulfillment. The result is more than a retail website; it’s an e-commerce site woven with stories about Alternative Apparel’s mission, design, and style.

4. SMITH – Best Buy

E-commerce agency SMITH revamps Best Buy

How does a former bricks-and-mortar retailer deliver a seamless e-commerce experience? Go big. Best Buy’s modern, multichannel e-commerce experience is approachable to consumers while giving marketers and merchandises the operational toolset to manage it.Best Buy had to go big – because going home is not an option.

5. BASIC – Nixon

Nixon Watches by e-commerce agency BASIC

BASIC created a new Nixon.com to be globally adaptive and responsive. The site features multiple paths to purchase and customizes content for each individual user, all with the goal of delighting the watch aficionado.

6. Cibo SF – Room and Board

Cibo SF e-commerce agency for Room and Board

Room & Board asked for an e-commerce design that would match the high standards of experience they set in their at every other touchpoint. Weeks of work resulted in an online furniture shopping experience on desktop, mobile, and tablet that embodied the Room & Board brand experience. The results show the ROI: 17% increase in conversion, 3x number of products viewed each session, 30% increase in time spent on site.

7. Hello Monday – Reebok.com

E-commerce agency Hello Monday created the new Reebok.com, a Webby Award winner

In five months, Hello Monday helped sporting goods brand Reebok launch a sleek new e-commerce experience. The project earned the e-commerce agency kudos from Awwwards and The Webby Awards. Reebok can now boast e-commerce prowess that few other sporting goods companies can match.

8. BORN – DKNY Digital Commerce Flagship

BORN, an NYC e-commerce agency, worked with DKNY.

DKNY is about capturing the energy and spirit of New York City. Needing to take their e-commerce business to the next level, the apparel brand signed Born for a re-design and re-platform onto Demandware. Friendly and fashionable, the new site is inviting to brand-devotees and newbies alike.

Kickstart Your Must-See E-Commerce Project

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About Claire Wallace

Claire writes about strategy, insight, and advice to help inspire smart and savvy marketers. She completed her MBA at UMass-Amherst and has been a team member at City Sports, MIT, and an organic farm in Maine. A former student-athlete at the University of Wisconsin, Claire now runs marathons, for fun! On her bucket list is climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, dining at Per Se, and running the beautiful trails in New Zealand.