E-Commerce Solutions

E-Commerce Solutions

E-Commerce Development

The A-media team can help you leverage WooCommerce, Magento, PrestaShop or Odoo to turn your website into a scalable and intuitive shopping platform. E-Commerce websites increase customer reach and provide a new channel that generates a large audience. SEO-enhanced e-commerce websites can grab the attention of customers all over the world. Anytime anywhere.

Discovery & Research

We start every interaction with a detailed study to understand what drives your business. From there, we bring you a variety of recommendations that fit your business and technology needs.

User Experience (UX)

Our E-Commerce designers work with our development team to lay a solid foundation for your store’s functionality. Using your strategy, we create the framework and your site’s architecture.

Website Design

Our designers create modern interfaces that bring your website concept to life. We use imagery, illustrations and animations to increase engagement and drive conversions.

E-Commerce Development

Our team will bring your design to life with responsive and customizable functionality. From developing private apps to custom extensions, we’ll help you get the most out of your existing technology stack.

SEO Strategy

Your site is only as good as the traffic it attracts. That’s why our marketing team works directly with our developers to optimize your website content and products for organic search results.

Content Migration

Whether you’re migrating existing content or migrating your entire E-Commerce catalog, we’re here to make sure everything runs smoothly. We’ll help you optimize your content for readability, load time, and response.

At A-media, we have the experience and resources to help your business support their marketing efforts to enable you to market your products and services online. Whether you’re monetizing your hobby by expanding the reach of your regular business, A-media will make it safe and easy for your customers to shop on your website. You will be able to increase sales even when the doors of your store are closed.

Odoo is capable of handling most business needs such as: CRM, sales, projects, manufacturing, inventory and accounting. Odoo is a complete software solution designed to meet the needs of businesses, regardless of their size or budget.

Magento is essential for companies that want to create unique and compelling shopping experiences. It comes with rich out-of-the-box features, unrivaled customization options, and seamless third-party integration.

WooCommerce is the most popular WordPress eCommerce plugin, packed full of features, perfectly integrated into your website. WooCommerce is a budget solution for selling a small number of products.

PrestaShop is the leading e-commerce solution in Europe and Latin America. With a suite of modules that offers secure worldwide payment solutions, performance analytics and web marketing, it makes it easy to scale up a business.

The development cycle

E-Commerce application development is a complex process that requires a certain set of steps to be followed in order to achieve the desired results. The development cycle covers all stages of creating a website, from ideation to coding and design, deployment and maintenance. This is the standard approach for building a well-functioning website.

Step 1: Research and Analysis

To make sure your design and development is on the right track, gathering project and client information is critical. If we don’t have a clear idea of ​​what we’re working on and what the requirements are, we won’t be able to provide the right solution. So, get ready to answer some questions:


  • What is your target audience?
  • What do you expect from the look and feel?
  • What features do you expect from such an application?
  • What are some features you wish to include?


If this step is ignored, all other stages of web development will become irrelevant and will not be able to give the desired results.

Step 2: Planning and Strategy

The planning phase includes developing a strategy for all aspects of the website, including design, technology, content, and marketing. Based on the information collected and analyzed in the last step, informed decisions are made about the structure and functions of the website. In the Planning phase, a dedicated team is formed with each member having a defined role and delegated with clear tasks. Deciding on the content structure, wireframe (schematics and rough designs), choosing the technology stack and software development methodology are important decisions to take before website creation.


Creating a sitemap, estimating deadlines, determining deliverables, and allocating resources are also important parts of the planning phase.  Finally, you must make a decision about the branding of your website before moving on to the design phase.

Step 3: Designing and Wireframing

The web design phase includes designing the layout of the website and brings creative UI-UX designers to the forefront. The layout involves designing a rough sketch, to get a feel of the design of the website. The purpose of a layout is to present an information structure that allows you to visually familiarize yourself with the content and basic functions.


The wireframe created in this step is converted into buttons, tabs, menus, dashboards, color themes, typography, and graphics to create a basic website layout. 

Step 4: Content Creation

After all, content is king. If you can’t communicate with your customers and readers, no amount of fancy typography or design will help you. Creating a communication channel through the user interface is the main goal of the content creation stage.


Content writing involves providing relevant information about your company in an easy to understand and attractive way. Adding calls to action, creative headings, formatting, editing lines, writing and updating texts occurs throughout the cycle of web development. In this step, the branding and marketing of your site or web application is developed, and you can define the goals of your site through content writing.


Content is the only way to interact with end users and turn them into customers, so we pay due attention and focus on user problems and what solutions we can offer.

Step 5: Code and Development

This development phase includes the actual creation of the website. At this stage, the development of the client and server parts of the website is carried out. This is the most time-consuming part of the website development cycle.

Front-end Web Development

The web design done in the early stages turns into interactive elements on the web page. Web designers integrate components and features into the web framework using a variety of frameworks and development tools.

Back-end Web Development

This phase includes the development of the actual functionality of the web application. While the front end designs the visual elements that work on the user side, the back end encodes the instructions so that each element performs the necessary functions. The server side includes the process of developing a server application, creating databases, writing application logic, and integrating server and client functions.

Step 6: Testing and Quality Assurance

The QA team meticulously performs repetitive testing methods such as unit testing, stress testing, integration testing, and load testing to verify the functionality, usability, compatibility, and performance of the web application.


Test engineers and developers work together in a loop until the QA team confirms that the final website is ready to be deployed to customer.

Step 7: Deployment and Maintenance

Once we get approval from the QA team, the website or app is finally ready to be deployed. The application will be hosted on a web server and made available to viewers. But the work is not finished. Continuous feedback from user interaction lets you and us know areas for improvement. Accordingly, the web application development cycle is carried out to make the necessary changes.


In addition, regular maintenance and updates are absolutely essential to keep the site running smoothly and attracting new customers.

How Much Does Ecommerce Website Cost?

There are so many different parts to a website and each part will affect the overall cost. Knowing ahead of time how much you want to spend can help you decide which platform is the best choice for you and which add-ons you can afford. Without a clear budget, you can easily overspend.

Your website is the best and cheapest salesperson you’ll ever hire