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I need to design a website for a wholesale grocery store website (with potentially 2 languages, English/French & 2 currencies USD/HTG). I would like to for the website's to be linked preferably to an efficient E-commerce POS system (please keep that in mind.) Here is a link to give you an idea of what the project entails (not including the e-commerce POS platform, of course): - you can also refer to websites like: Costco & Sam's Club
I'd like someone to design & build me a functioning ecommerce site on Wix with payment intergration. My business name is Dhirre, which means slowly in Hindi. I’d like a website design that's clean, uncluttered, simple & focused on images. I'd like a minimal colour scheme, using mostly black & white but perhaps with some pops of jewel colour such as yellow, if any. My products are designed by myself in Melbourne in Australia, but are handmade in India. India is extremely important to me personally & I want to acknowledge this in my website but I don’t want my website to be dominated by Indian aesthetics as I think I will be mainly selling to a western audience. I want to promote the point that my pieces are hand-made in very small quantities. ...