18 November 2009 - 9:45am | posted by | 7 comments

Tictoc designs e-commerce site for K Two

Tictoc designs e-commerce site for K TwoTictoc designs e-commerce site for K Two

Tictoc has developed and designed an ecommerce site for growing online retailer K Two.

Most of the products were originally sold through many of the UK’s top retailers but with a new website, customers can view and buy all of K Two’s gifts in one place. 

Tictoc has also developed a feedback section which gives customers the chance to write reviews and rate each of the products.

All of the products are designed by the in house team at K Two and with this in mind Tictoc has created the Design Diaries.  K Two document the process of a new product from the start, including the initial mood boards capturing the current trends and colours, right through to the production and eventual launch. 

The new blog also keeps customers up to date with any new products and news.

Kerri Binnie Middleton, managing director of K Two said: “We have all really enjoyed working with an agency as experienced and design led as Tictoc on our new site, their expertise in e-commerce has been fantastic for us and they are friendly, approachable and very professional, we hope to work with them for many years to come.”


18 Nov 2009 - 13:23
kate_wooding's picture

Hi Anonymous Sorry you feel that way, I've looked at the site in the light of your comments and I disagree with you. Of course everyone is entitled to their opinion - and the proof of the pudding will be in the eating. Perhaps if you were prepared to stand by your judgment by posting your comment in your name, rather than anonymously, I'd spend more time considering your point of view. Anyone else have constructive comments to make?

Kate Wooding tictoc

18 Nov 2009 - 16:08
david_macgregor's picture

Having looked at the site I think it looks great. I would have been proud to design this. I understand that the design is just part of the debate here however. Time will tell. I will definitely re-visit the site however when I have more time. My new nephew and his mum will love this kind of stuff for Christmas. Yes I'm a designer, but I'm also a consumer.

Anonymous (not verified)
18 Nov 2009 - 16:40
Anonymous's picture

I think its great, really like it and very refreshing to the standard templates that most web companies throw out

19 Nov 2009 - 15:46
kate_wooding's picture


thanks for coming out! Totally accept that these forums are for people to air their views, and that it would be very boring if everybody agreed. Obviously at tictoc we think we've got the balance pretty right - yes, the site does have to look nice, and reflect the brand and the products that K Two design and sell - but it also has to work as an eCommerce site and ensure that people buy their wonderful things that help organise your life! And yes, it's a balance - the site could have been in black and white with calls to action in flourescent pink, but it wouldn't have matched the brand/products (and yes, I know you're talking about more than the colours!).

But we do keep an eye on how clients' sites are doing, and we do have a dialogue with clients to see how their sites are performing, and look at the effectiveness of marketing etc. As David says - time will tell.

And Angus - I'd love a Malibu and pineapple - how very retro of you!

20 Nov 2009 - 10:39
stephen_cosh's picture

i like it. i've spent a bit of time going through it and i find it easy to use and i think the design is spot on. great job!

20 Nov 2009 - 19:43
alan_wellburn's picture

Good work! nice

21 Nov 2009 - 00:00
julie_diver's picture

really like it. so much so, I've gone and bought some stuff too now!


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