Walmart reimagines stores with revamped design, interactive displays
Walmart announced the first phase of its store redesigns in a company blog last year sharing that nearly 1,000 stores have been renovated with the new design.
Walmart is revamping its online store as demand for e-commerce shopping continues.
In a Monday blog post, Tom Ward, senior vice president of customer products at Walmart, announced that the world's largest retailer is rolling out a redesigned homepage for its online marketplace, which continues to add more brands and items.
The Arkansas-based company's new website boosts better images and live video and "is optimized to better bring Walmart’s massive assortment to life, including a new social-inspired scroll," Ward said.
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Over the past year, Walmart touted that it made hundreds of enhancements "to transform the core digital experience."
The latest upgrades are intended to lure in even more shoppers as online shopping remains resilient despite the challenging microenvironment.