Attitude Inc launch new website


Colchester stronghold Attitude Inc recently launched a new and improved website to hold their impressive roster of brands and products.

Bringing together high quality photography, clean, functional design and a huge variety of clothing, footwear and accessories, the Attitude website is part of a new school in ecommerce that takes influence from editorial design – with clear navigation, image focused displays and a series of customisable filters that make it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for.

The new site caters for a new age of internet users, who are just as (if not more) used to shopping on phones and tablets as they are from a desktop, with a fully responsive design, meaning the site will transform to fit the size of your screen making browsing and shopping as easy as possible at all times.

Not wishing to forget the benefits of shopping in-store entirely, detailed product photography gives you the clean and clear look at products that is often one key element missing from shopping online, bringing the end user one step closer to the in-store experience.

Check out a brief look at the site below and head to Attitude Inc to have a look around for yourself.



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Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • PriamofWilusa

    Love this store! The staff are well sound in the shop and they always have the best selection of clothing and trainers and the new site looks dope!!!

  • Joe Bold

    Have to admit the site does looks awful on a mobile phone. Where the hell is Colchester anyway?

  • PriamofWilusa

    Colchester is Britain’s oldest recorded town and is in the heart of Essex (next to Eats London 😉 although I fail to see what the geographic position of any store has to do with how good it is or certainly what difference it makes to the quality of it’s website considering some of the UK’s top retailers are not only not in key city locations but most are based in the middle of nowhere?

  • Joe Bold

    Nothing wrong with being from a sleepy village in essex I guess. Anyway as I said the site seems pretty awful on mobile devices

  • Joe Bold