I thought I'd call upon the experience of the wide audience for this one.
I'm looking for views and examples of what people consider good solid retail
experiences for sites that sell a range of products. What I'm focusing on at
the moment is the way to get to browse to a product group (search and facets
are at the moment out of scope although there is overlap).
Which sites do you feel do a great job of providing the user a way to get to
a product group quickly and effectively?
I have list of the usual suspects and am not overly impressed by Amazon but
quite like sites like Target.com and Crate and Barrel. I'm looking at a UK
audience but not limitiing my self at UK examples. I'm looking for examples
of simple but effective navigation.