WebLinc Mobile

  • Mobile Websites

    Rather than create separate desktop, tablet, and mobile sites, WebLinc utilizes Responsive Web Design (RWD) to create one site that accommodates all users. Whether your customer is on a desktop, laptop, iPad, iPhone, or other mobile device, as the width of the browser changes, so does the layout of the site. An advanced four-column layout automatically simplifies itself to two columns when the site is viewed on a tablet. On a mobile phone, the same layout automatically condenses into a single column.

    WebLinc Mobile delivers users all the great features of the desktop experience, optimized for their viewing size. Email marketing now supports optimized content for mobile users, allowing for a better click-through experience. Add something to your cart at work, and finish up your purchase during your commute home. The experience is seamless.

    Key features:

    • Consistent branding and content
    • Optimized viewing experience with Responsive Web Design (RWD)
    • Touch-specific user interfaces (swipe, pinch, etc.)
    • Geolocation
    • Search
    • Seamless shopping cart experience across devices
    • Express Checkout
    • Order status and shipping information
    • Store locator
    • Wish list
    • Account management

    You're currently viewing a responsive website, in fact. If you're using a modern web browser, like Internet Explorer 9+, Firefox, or Safari, resize your browser window and watch this web page change layout dynamically, based on your browser's window size. You can also visit our site on a tablet or smartphone to see the very same content presented in a format that is suitable for the device you're using.

    Example shown: Eataly

  • Mobile Applications

    WebLinc eCommerce apps bring together the functionality of your eCommerce website with the special capabilities of smartphones to enhance your customers' online and offline shopping experiences. Utilizing geolocation, the app recognizes that it's in use in one of your brick and mortar stores and can push product recommendations, wish lists, and saved shopping carts to a customer's mobile device. Using the device's camera, customers can scan a product barcode to access inventory data or add it to their wish list to buy later. If a product is unavailable in store in a particular size or color, the app can be configured to offer the item online with free shipping to avoid losing the sale.

    Key features:

    • Consistent branding and content
    • Touch-specific user interfaces (swipe, pinch, etc.)
    • Geolocation
    • Search
    • Seamless shopping cart experience from website to app
    • Express Checkout
    • Order status and shipping information
    • Store locator
    • Wish list
    • Account management

    Example shown: Free People