Web design for my shop page – Upwork

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I am a private trainer who is in the process of building a membership site for people with Parkinson's and the people who take care of them. Over the past 3 years I have been focused on how to help people with Parkinson's and all other people throughout the world develop the habit of exercising regularly. One of the strategies I am using is to help people develop a positive association with exercise through creating various products like signs, t-shirts, mugs, hoodies, etc. with various sayings like: exercise makes me feel good, I Love Hiking, I love Walking at the Beach.
When I hired a web designer 3 years ago I asked her to build my site and add a store. My focus back then was to mainly promote my membership site focused on Parkinson's and to showcase me as a trainer who specializes in seniors and Parkinson's. I work with all ages.
Now I am focusing a lot on e-commerce as well adding products to my store from various suppliers for Dropshipping, affiliate products, print on demand, getting ready to sell my course, creating a planner.
I recently signed up with Divi. I created a shop page in a staging environment. My current shop page shows the categories on the left side at all times. When I pull up my site on my phone and go into shop you only see the categories.
When I go to sites like www.underarmour.com I see a side menu bar. I want to showcase my store. I want to emphasize the print on demand products focused on the products with sayings on them. I was thinking of offering regular clothes too without sayings. I am not sure what to do.
I also see the mega menus that pop up on www.underarmour.com. Say if you go to men or women at the top of the screen, you see a drop down of the categories.
I was trying to add menus to the top and it seemed to clog the top navigation area. I started to change the categories with sayings to shorten them. As you can see under the sayings tab, it is a huge dropdown.
I look at my homepage which I like a lot. Not sure about emphasis on my store. I created a page for my shop page. https://training123stg.wpengine.com/training-for-all-ages/
I am a personal trainer, not a web developer. Someone at elegant themes recommended me reach out to you for help with the navigation menus. My site is on the genesis framework.
I got divi to work on my shop page and emphasize categories. If you pull up my site and go under shop you will see what I mean by a list of categories and random products. It doesn't draw me in at all. www.trainingforallages.com is my site. My shop page is www.trainingforallages.com/shop.
I want my site to represent me as a fitness professional as it does in addition to promoting my products and other stuff. My big focus is to encourage people to develop the habit of exercising regularly.
I attached how my store looks on mobile.
I would like to know what you think.
Hourly Range: $12.00-$25.00

Posted On: October 02, 2021 12:16 UTC
Category: Web Design
Skills:Web Design, Website Development, WordPress

Country: United States

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