CRAFTees Two-sided Marketplace Template
CRAFTees is the next template in conjuction with Pro NoCoders. This will be for a two-sided marketplace on Dittofi.
CRAFTees is a two-sided marketplace app that allows sellers to offer their specialty or personalized t-shirts for sale. They'll be able to chat with customers, manage inventory, receive payment, manage orders, and see reports. The app allows the buyers to search, sort, and favorite products, along with chatting with seller, ordering, paying for, and tracking orders. The app admin will be able to manage users, provide support, distribute payments, generate reports, and update branding.
Personas & User Study
Working from a scope and wireframes provided by Tonya at Pro NoCoders I created high fidelity layouts in Figma.
The homepage allows buyers to view the featured and latest items, click to go to product detailes or enter a search term to go to the product search results. The search results will allow them to then filter by size, color, and type. For the sellers the homepage offers an example of what their products could look like on the page as well as some more specific informatio about becoming a seller.
The product search page can be filtered and sorted by category, color, price, size, shipping type, and location of the seller.
The product detail page offers four photos of the product design to show front, back, and detail areas. The rating, price, description and sizes are in the intital view. Users can click to see customer reviews and shipping information.
Products get added to the cart for review.
The checkout page has options for using various payment options. The user can apply a discount code if they did not in the cart.
Once the order comes back as paid the user is presented with an order summary page. The user can download a PDF order summary or go back to shopping.
Depending on the site mobile traffic could be more than desktop traffic. Below is an initial concept for what the app could look like as a mobile app or even app store app.
Current stage is building out the site in Microsoft Visual Studio.