The look and feel of the way an online shop functions, lets many customers make direct conclusions about the products on offer and their quality. That is why it is even more important that your chosen theme adheres to certain UX- and Shopware standards and does not negatively influence your conversion.
During an analysis of this aspect we concentrate mainly on the quality of the coding and the general functioning of the chosen themes or relevant plugins for the storefront. Content-wise we start with the look of your storefront and check whether important standardised processes such as making payment or the search bar function properly and whether your customers can shop safely and without any problems. Then we look at your theme code and also take into consideration insight gained from the visual analysis.
Special attention is given to the template structure, the theme structure and whether there are areas in the source code which slow down your shop unnecessarily, limit its adaptability or even endanger the ability to update.
Besides the storefront, the admin area is an essential component of a Shopware shop. Here, installed third-party modules are managed, changes are made to the system, or shopping and experience worlds are edited. Code adaptations are much more complex here than in the storefront, as developers at times need to access data bases which can result in serious faults in the shop system.
After a basic examination of your Shopware shop, we carry out a comprehensive examination of the existing plugins and interfaces of third-party suppliers as well as individual functions and features implemented for you. Here, our particular focus is placed on areas critical for the business, which we will agree on with you beforehand for a better understanding. Subsequently, the log files of your system are read out and evaluated. That is how we get further information about the faults in the system and can, with the gathered data, draw our first conclusions about possible causes.
During the next step, the code for the sources of these faults (e.g. faulty plugins from third-party suppliers) is analysed in more detail in order to recognise possible conflicts in the system architecture and to make recommendations for optimisation. We also examine whether core modifications are present and provide recommendations for action to avoid these. Finally, we examine your shop for current system and security patches and, where necessary, recommend updates.
You will receive the result of the shop analysis in the form of a comprehensive analysis report, sorted according to priority and containing all detected faults (incl. screenshots) and appropriate recommendations for action. In addition, we provide (as far as possible) a rough cost estimate for fault elimination, to be discussed in a final meeting with a technical contact person. Through our audit, we provide you with a comprehensive overview of technical problems in your Shopware shop and provide sound support to correct them in a timely manner. In this way your system can be stabilised and optimised.
If you then want to let the 8mylez experts handle the adjustments, we will be happy to provide you with a roadmap detailing milestones and implementation periods.
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