David E. White | Legal Attire | Court Shirts | Robes | Waistcoats

Design, Protoyping & UX/UI Design

with & for David E. White | Legal Attire | Court Shirts | Robes | Waistcoats

Legal AttireResponsible for:
UX/UI, Design, Development

Legal Attire

Design and development for Legal Attire

The site is proposed to be a dynamic ecommerce shop for Legal Attire customers in which several products are managed. The Legal Attire site provides easy and instant information & guides for the customers as per custom modules for each visitor & product.
Various functionalities like custom shopify apps and reports about their delivery status, etc. would be seen by the customers on their profile pages as well as on the product sites.
The site has a reponsive frontend end for the members and the backend for administration of the site.

Legal Attire

Development included several custom Shopify modules, extensive mobile compability as well as custom ecommerce section.

Project Scope

  • Graphic design
  • Custom jQuery slider
  • CSS3
  • HTML5
  • Mobile version
  • Tablet version
Legal Attire

Colour palette

Legal Attire

About Legal Attire

Legal Attire provides customers with the option of having one of Executive Clothiers visit clients at their office, where the Executive Clothiers will efficiently guide through the process.

The Barrister’s ensemble is made of wool (or a wool blend) and includes a robe with pleated 3/4 length sleeves and traditionally “shirred” yoke and shoulders. The Q.C. and Judges ensembles are comprised of a silk robe with a slit sleeve and a wool waistcoat.

The final next step is to deliver Legal Attire robes in four to five weeks.

Legal Attire mobile sites

Mobile sites built in

Legal Attire includes a responsive tablet & mobile design, so anyone can see the racing site any time, any place, on any device.
Legal Attire mobile sites


Legal Attire

Full responsive layout
Frontpage editing
Custom shopify modules
HTML5 Slider

UX/UI requirements

Ecommerce web design

Ecommerce web design is not just about making an online store aesthetically pleasing (although that helps). More important is the undeniable fact that the quicker the customer can get from landing page to completed order, the more likely they are to get to the end and give you their money. Quality ecommerce web design is all about getting potential customers through that process.

  • 01. Let customers refine their options
  • 02. Let customers reverse their choices
  • 03. Keep the search bar in easy reach
  • 04. If items are out of stock, make it clear
  • 05. Make use of quality photography
  • 06. Make the shopping cart visible at any time
  • 07. Make the ecommerce site easy to navigate
  • 08. Don't add delivery charges at the end
  • 09. Question every pixel
  • 10. Strong SEO Guidelines
  • 11. Site personality & Branding
  • 12. Incorporate social media
  • 13. Provide a quick product preview
  • 14. Add a newsletter signup form
  • 15. Keep product pages clean
  • 16. Include testimonials
  • 17. Display product variations intuitively
  • 18. Eliminate checkout distractions
  • 19. Keep the 'add to cart' visible
  • 20. Make contacts easy to access

David E. White | Legal Attire | Court Shirts | Robes | Waistcoats Gallery

David E. White | Legal Attire | Court Shirts | Robes | Waistcoats


Specialized in creating responsive eCommerce sites,
interactive UX design & mobile apps.


Located in Munich, milo offers design for best-practices in eCommerce design, usability & accessibility across browsers, users and mediums.

Good design just works

Find out more


Designed with emotion


Your ideas are important to you. Let's make it happen.

Find out how


Starting with a project definition