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hello. i tried to use shopify before. it was ok (trial basis) but i guess i needed more control of the website. i own a toy store and wanted my site up and going. i tried to build my site with a friend from ground up unfortunately, my buddy found a fulltime job elsewhere. now i'm stuck with it and i need help. i'm trying to pattern my store like the sites of tiggy winkles/scholars choice and mindwareonline. integrating shipping tables and able to pay with paypal and also regular credit cards. in the end, i should be able to edit, add, delete and maintain my site. also incorporating wish list, gift card and discount coupons. please check out the sites i have mentioned and their functionalities, and perhaps you could get back to me with a quote that won't break my bank. thanks in advance.

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Hello!  Running your own site can be frustrating and time consuming for sure.  I think Shopify will be a move in the right direction for you.

Let me start off by telling you a little about us...

We have been working with Shopify since their inception over 3 years ago. In addition to building two free themes (http://vogue.myshopify.comand and in excess of 60 client sites, we have also built a web application that ties directly into Shopify ( / allowing customers to sell digital goods. Shopify has also just hired us to build 4 more themes that will be issued as default themes. This will be a total of 6 themes we've built directly for Shopify.


In short, we know Shopify and what is possible, or how to make something possible.

Please email us at hello [at] pixellent [dot] com with your specific requirements and we'll be happy to send you a quote!
We recently changed our name from Sofamade to Pixellent, and are working on moving our portfolio over.  Please refer to to see some of our past sites.  Also, here's a list of some Shopify themes / site designs we've done recently (some are on our demo accounts):


Mike Larkin | | | mikelarkin [at] pixellent [dot] com
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Hello Alex,


I have got the general idea about what you want to do with your site. And we can definitely get you there. But, it will be a lot easier to estimate the effort if we break it down and go one feature at a time.


We charge $50 per hour for design and development. We will provide you a break-up of the cost, so you can prioritize and plan your spending. Plus, we give you a free trial, which means you don't have to pay anything upfront. After we do the work, you get to decide if you want to use it or not. If you don't like the work, you don't have to pay.


For some background, we are a Seattle-based web-design and development company. You can check out a theme we are developing for shopify at


If you send us a link to your site, we can then discuss which areas you want to start with. If you like our offer, send us an email and we can set up a meeting.

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