Big Elf Toy Store
Big Elf Toys provides expert guidance on educational toys for all young children.
- Customer: Big Elf Toy Store
- Project Type: Web
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- Delivered: Website Design, SEO, Custom Backend, PHP, MySQL, Payment Gateway , Shopping Cart
Big Elf Toys provides expert guidance on educational toys for young children. They have carefully chosen products which stimulate the full range of skill sets and senses developed by children throughout the various formative stage.
We developed a website navigation system to allow visitors easily identify the toys best suited for children based on their age and senses they wish to stimulate. Our job was to find a way to communicate to the website visitors the features and functions of the Big Elf range of toys.
The Big Elf Toys website design is fun and charming but it also focuses on educating the buyer on the ranges of toys available and what developmental areas each toy will stimulate. Each toy's description comes with a colour coded and detailed product specifications, you can identify specific activities which you would like to encourage your child to focus on, for example: balance; motor co-ordination; social and sensory skills; problem solving; and colour, shape and letter recognition to name but a few. You can also filter our products by gender, age and price to meet your individual purchasing requirements
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