Results 1 to 8 of 8

  1. Post
    #1

    Lejonjon - Menswear Accessories And Beardcare - Startup Website

    Hey Gp!

    A few months back I decided to start working on a project. This project was to start a Shopify store with mens items that were really up my alley and perhaps you might think so to.

    My site is aimed at menswear accessories and beard care and at this stage my collection is small but filled with items I quite like. I recently started to make my own handmade beard oil while attempting to grow a solid beard (I'm six months deep!) and it's starting to turn into a hobbie.

    I have no coding background so this route seemed best for me and I wanted to share it with a group that probably has far superior knowledge in web design for any constructive feedback.

    This is only a small startup as many others out there but I'm pretty excited to have a small project on the go.

    If anything tickles your fancy I've put together a code just for GP with a discount of 15% off the total purchase with any order with the code "gpforums" (this code is valid for two weeks and will end on saturday the 28th of July )

    Would be interesting to have a discussion with other peoples experiences in online stores, if you have any questions about how to get started in making an online store or how to make beard oil I'm more than happy to share what I have learnt!

    Feel free to take a look

    http://www.lejonjon.co.nz

    (Approval was requested from Mancubus before posting this thread.)

    Cheers,

    Jonny
    Last edited by Mancubus; 13th July 2018 at 11:29 pm.

  2. Post
    #2
    Nice site. First of all I"d say you need to decide whether you are LeJonJon, Lejonjon or Le Jon Jon because it's different all over your site. Choose one and stick to it. I do branding for a living and inconsistent branding pisses me off.

    Secondly, if you are collecting people's information, which you are in the checkout process, you need to have a privacy policy on your site that is easy to find. Also Terms and Conditions/Terms of Service.

  3. Post
    #3
    Mancubus wrote:
    Nice site. First of all I"d say you need to decide whether you are LeJonJon, Lejonjon or Le Jon Jon because it's different all over your site. Choose one and stick to it. I do branding for a living and inconsistent branding pisses me off.

    Secondly, if you are collecting peoples' information, which you are in the checkout process, you need to have a privacy policy on your site that is easy to find. Also Terms and Conditions.
    Thanks,

    Really good points aswell hadn't thought about that.

    I'll look into both of those.

  4. Post
    #4
    Also: Gentleman's Hub and Men's Skinny Ties

  5. Post
    #5
    Does LeJonJon mean anything? If so, perhaps a background about that might help.

    The site is nice and simple to navigate, which is important.

    I write radio ads for a living, and one thing clients quite often get wrong is they try target too many people.

    Your demographic is summed up nicely in the range of stuff you sell.

    Perhaps as an add on, do videos on how to tie a tie? That way, people can follow along on your website while they tie their tie from your website. Easier than a diagram imo.

  6. Post
    #6
    on this page
    https://www.lejonjon.co.nz/pages/privacy-policy

    The underlined bit here, that looks like a link


    further information on the Act, see www.privacy.org.nz.

    Isn't a link

    You also have a little circle within a square icon, near the bottom of the page that links to a 404 page not found, I believe you intended it to return to the home page?

  7. Post
    #7
    Thanks for the tips I'll have a look into the privacy link and circle too to polish them out.

    Good eyes !

  8. Post
    #8
    Lejonjon was a pisstake name some of my mates used to call me with a oolalala lejonjon lol. Pretty random but came to me when I was trying to think of something original.