Using Webspotter, you can see the statistics of Shopify usage.
At the moment, Shopify is one of the most popular E-commerce platforms in the world because it allows brands to create beautiful and practical sites.
Let’s now look at the Shopify websites list:
1. Death Wish Coffee
Guys from Death Wish Coffee claim they sell the “world’s strongest coffee,” and most of their sales are done online via the website.
In general, the first thing you see on their site is an offer to buy coffee with a description of the product’s benefits.
At the top of the site there is also a list of sections and below there a the latest post and a link to a corporate blog.
The site is made mainly in white colors with the addition of other, more vivid colors.
2. FCS USA
FCS is an international brand focused on manufacturing and selling surfboard fins, leashes, covers, accessories, and traction. Today we’ll look at their American site.
This site is also made in white color scheme, but it contains large and bright images and therefore looks colorful and lively.
At the top of the site, you can see a list of sections, and below you can see descriptions of the company’s products and a demonstration video.
3. Hello Merch
Hello Merch is an international full-service merchandise firm, with the help of which musicians and bands create and sell merchandise.
The site is very concise; it doesn’t contain too much text and is not overloaded with images. In this case, the white background successfully emphasizes the minimalist design.
In fact, the main information you see on the main page is an offer to buy or sell merchandise, and below is a list of products and prices.
At the very bottom of the page, there is a list of competitive advantages of the company and the reasons why you should choose Hello Merch as a service provider.
4. Daft Punk
Yes, the legends of French electronic music also chose Shopify as a platform for their website, and you know what? Their site looks cool!
If the design of many sites can be described as minimalistic, then the design of Daft Punk’s site is simply minimalism in its own beauty.
At the top of the main page, you can see several icons, clicking on which, you can go to certain sections of the site.
Scrolling the page below, you see about a dozen images stylized as movie posters or advertisements.
After reading the inscriptions on the posters and hovering the mouse, you understand that each poster contains a link to a particular product or section of the site. Such an approach to site design looks pretty creative and unusual.
5. Tee Pee Records
Tee Pee Records this is a famous Us-based independent music label founded in 1993. You may have heard of bands like Sleep, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Warlocks, or Whirr: they all worked with this label.
Despite the fact that the site does not contain any special features, it looks exactly like the site of a good independent music label.
On top of the main page, you can see different sections of the site, such as the shop, the “about us” section, and the list of bands.
Below you can see new releases and prices for vinyl, and even lower there is news related to the residents of the label.
We can call the website’s faded gray color scheme its drawback, but still, the site doesn’t look boring due to the colorful album covers and other images.
The Topato Corporation is a well-known online retailer of webcomics and related merchandise.
As the site focuses on webcomics, it looks very colorful and lively. The site’s pages are full of various colors and pictures. Nevertheless, the site looks neat due to the white background and logical content structure.
At the top of the main page, you can see links leading to sections of the site, and below is a list of products and prices.
7. Maker Shed
Maker Shed is an online store of Make:, a brand focused on the popularization of DIY aesthetics and selling DIY-related products.
So, on the site, you can buy educational magazines, telling how to do this or that thing with your own hands.
Like previous sites, this one is mostly made in white color, but it still looks very bright thanks to the colorful covers of magazines.
8. Pop Chart Lab
Pop Chart Lab create and sell infographic posters related to many pop culture topics, from movies, games, and literature to birds and tech.
Their website looks exactly like the website of a company whose business is related to modern culture and art: colorful, minimalistic and extremely pleasant in perception.
The site structure is also simple and intuitive.
9. The Colossal Shop
The Colossal Shop sale design gifts, toys, objects, and other creative things.
The site has a clear structure, a white background, and all this is combined with a huge variety of bright colors.
As in the previous sites, products are logically divided into categories, so it is easy for visitors to find everything they are interested in.
10. Choose Muse
Choose Moose design and sell of bowl fillers, flatties, shelf sitters, and other stuff.
The site uses multimedia, and the first thing you see on it is the demonstration video clip.
Scrolling down the page, you will see descriptions of the company’s products, news, and real products with a price.