Built to make online shopping less stressful and time-consuming, 'Good, Cheap, and Fast' does away with deceptive ads and the general noise of online shopping sites. Created by data scientist John DeFeo, Good, Cheap, and Fast comes across as aggressively minimalist and simply features text and descriptors instead of product shots. All of the items featured on the site are vetted by DeFeo, who combs through reviews and only includes products that have lots of positive reviews and affordable prices.
Ultimately, Good, Cheap, and Fast is less of a shopping site and more of an exploration of retail philosophy. While the majority of online shops assumes buyers are maximizers, Good, Cheap, and Fast is purpose-built for satisficers: people who are looking for something good without breaking the bank or wasting time.
Minimalist Shopping Sites
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Digitally Interactive POS Displays
Augmented Reality Online Shopping
Motivational Male-Focused Digital Platforms
Shoppable Department Store Screens
Maximalist-Inspired Cosmetic Pop-Ups