From 360-Degree E-Commerce Shops to Social Selling Apps

By: Rebecca Byers - May 28, 2016
The top May 2016 e-commerce ideas showcase both efforts from brick-and-mortar retailers to enhance their digital presence and innovative new businesses.

A temporary retail outpost set up by tech brand Wakkaka will serve as a hub for consumers to become familiar with some of the mobile apps. Designed by architecture studio Pendam the temporary store will showcase a variety of the brand's software applications, accessible on the brand's gadgets that have been set up around the store for use by shoppers.

Separately, luxury fashion brand Gucci recently re-launched their e-commerce experience. The new site includes a 360-degree video lookbook and plenty of editorial content that helps shoppers imagine a product's best uses and satisfies the consumer demand for branded content.