A while back, Insert Coin approached us with a new design to replace their already amazing website. So Adam and Tristan got to working their magic, and we are now very pleased and extremely excited to introduce you to the new look Insert Coin Clothing website.

Insert Coin Clothing

The site has been updated to a catalogue style format, with large imagery and bold graphics which all help to grab the users attention.

The new look website only went live yesterday, but fans of Insert Coin are already commenting on their Facebook page about the changes – which they love – obviously! One fan was quick to point out the fact that the site is now much more mobile friendly too.


Each product page can be filled with images allowing the brand to display their quality gamer-geek clothing in great detail. The clean look of the product pages also allows for no disctractions.

Insert Coin product page

Upon clicking an image, they expand even larger, fitting snuggly into the entire main body of the page allowing products to be displayed in fine detail.


The site is powered by our bespoke content management system which can be tailored to meet an individual business’ needs, whatever they may be.


Bespoke functionality for Insert Coin Clothing included:


Sometimes your customers just have to have it all, right? Well now they can! We created ‘Bundles’ that allow you to bring together all your customers favourite products in one hit.

Shopping by game

Insert Coin wanted to allow their users to see all the designs from their favourite game in one hit. Now they can! By simply hitting the ‘Shop by game’ tab and choosing their favourite title.

Simpler searching

We’ve worked on improving the search function on site, so now it’s even easier to find what you want. Now the only problem is deciding what to pick up first…

Improved navigation

It’s easier to see when an item is in stock or in a sale – in fact it’s never been easier to grab what you want!

The guys over at Insert Coin are looking for feedback on the new design, so why not pop over to their website and take a scroll around.

Go on, get your geek on!