Moving forward, we are looking to use a variation of BEM (Block, Element, Modifier) for our front end development at Gibe, but what does that mean for our projects?
Back in October 2013, we launched a fully responsive ecommerce site for Whistlefish Galleries. The site was designed to offer customers an immersive and engaging experience, which would reflect Whistlefish Galleries’ proposition of offering affordable art and would also support national expansion of the business.
We are pleased to announce the launch of Tap Warehouse’s brand spanking new responsive ecommerce website, tapwarehouse.com. Following the success of its first site, launched by the team in 2011, Tap Warehouse (a leading online retailer of bathroom and kitchen products) re-commissioned Gibe to re-develop and redesign the site to be fully responsive, allowing customers to have the same great experience across all devices. The objectives were to continue to drive sales and re-design the website to reflect the brand’s new proposition as the major authority site on bathroom and kitchen products.