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Coffee Shop Landing Page: Easy to Build With Magezon Page Builder

Coffee shop landing page with Magento 2.3

You are confused about how to design the landing page for your coffee shop, aren’t you? Don’t worry. Magento 2.3 offers a wide range of Coffee shop website templates. In this post, we will show you the easiest way to build a stunning coffee shop landing page with Magezon Page Builder for Magento. We created a basic coffee shop landing page including elements as you required such as banner/ heading, info section, product list, events, address, etc. 

Steps to Build a Coffee Shop Landing Page

1. Banner

The opening of each page takes an important role to grab attention from customers. That ‘s why for the very first row of the website we used Heading combined with parallax effect to highlight the shop’s name. 

Banner & heading Magezon's Magento 2 page builder

You can easily set all these features in the settings option in Magezon page builder Magento 2.3 by some clicks. Don’t forget to choose full height for your row to get the best result of parallax effect. 

2. Info Section

After the opening of the site, you can create your sale campaign or promotion for your shop in this part. In this case we combined Single Image, Text Block and Call to Action button together with arrangement of single image in parallax effect background. As a result, we have a pretty row for sale.

Info section Magento 2 page builder by Magezon

Furthermore, thanks to the flexibility of single image and hover effect, we also create the “About us” field that offers customers easy to get the shop information. 

Singe image in Magezon's Magento 2 page builder

3. Product List

Product list is one of the most important parts of an ecommerce site. There are many arrangement ways to display your products that bring the most effective user experience. You can use an Image Carousel to show your new products and Image Gallery for displaying the menu. We already made a detailed post about displaying images by these elements. Check it out if you’re interested.

Image carousel in Magento 2.3 page builder from Magezon
Display new products with Image carousel

It’s convenient for viewers to watch and compare between your products on shop landing page so that they can make the best decision for ordering. 

Image gallery in Magento 2.3 page builder from Magezon
Display menu with Image gallery

4. Events

Coffee shop is usually an ideal location for organizing events, so creating a chain of upcoming events with Slider will make your shop template become more professional. You only need to add an image of the event for each slide in seconds with no coding required. 

Sliders in Magento 2.3 page builder from Magezon

5. Contact

Adding contact information, or social icons are necessary for each website. With Magezon page builder Magento 2.3, you can mix text block, Social Icons in your coffee shop template with ease. Even, you can add a map with your exact location with Google Maps element in the page builder that can directly point customers to your store. 

Goodle maps element Magento 2 page builder from Magezon

In the nutshell

That‘s our example for a coffee shop landing page. Now that you can easily build your own coffee shop landing page with Magezon Page Builder for Magento. Visit our Magezon Page Builder tutorial series to read more and feel free to leave us some comments on the section below. 

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About Hazel

Hazel is a marketer who is in charge of writing blogs, and SEO. Especially, she is really into traveling and listening to music.

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