PWAs empower brands to stand out from the crowd with converting experiences that load instantly, across every device.
Raise your hand if you've recently shopped on a mobile website that wasn't responsive. ✋ Of course you haven't, that would be crazy. Yet you've probably abandoned a cart out of frustration. That's because sites are rarely optimized for mobile. It's the result of a deeply-rooted approach where experiences are designed for desktop and then adapted to fit small screens. If we also consider average slow load times (22 seconds, according to Google), it becomes clear that customer expectations are not being met.
About 72% of our traffic is mobile, yet our conversion rate is 4% on desktop and only 1% on mobile. It's a huge gap, and an opportunity to get more sales.
As visitors browse the site, they receive a simple prompt to add it to their home screen. Once they accept, the PWA appears on their home page as if it was a native app. The experience will also feel like a real app, with hidden navigation and mobile-first design.
Mobile apps will slip to a niche role as PWAs combine the discoverability of the web with the experience of an app.
Works for all users regardless of browser choice, using progressive enhancement principles.
Looks like a native mobile app, providing many app-like functionalities.
For us, PWA is about making sure that customers have access to our product schematics, even when they don't have connection. It's going to put us one step ahead of the competition.
When people describe our new mobile experience, snappy is one of the first three words they use. It’s a snappy, beautiful site.
To facilitate the adoption of PWAs, we created a library of hundreds of UI components allowing you to create sophisticated PWA storefronts in a modular way. By adopting an API-first approach, even brands that are currently limited by their monolithic ecommerce platforms can finally implement a fast, mobile-first frontend.
A luxurious PWA experience designed for brand loyalists.
The B2B industry is changing. Tacony is ready for that.
Why build both an app and a site, when you can build a PWA?
Elevating a leader in the off-road aftermarket industry.