I have a similar request to a feature that @Sven_Erik_Slattedale is describing. I want users to have accounts, search and/or browse products, and add them to their cart. However, unlike normal e-commerce situations, I don’t want the prices to be displayed, or for there to be a purchase or shipping at the end of the experience.
I’m in the process of designing the UX for a client’s new website where they will have lots of products displayed. I want users to be able to go through the selections and add them to a place that saves their selections so that they can go back to it and retrieve it at a later time (like when they’re face-to-face with a salesperson).
The site is going to be for a building supply company. They want to show product selections on their site without prices displayed. They want customers to examine aspects of the products and spend time making selections at home so that when they step into the store and speak with the myriad of helpful, knowledgeable, friendly salespersons they will mostly know what they want even before they walk into the brick and mortar store. They will order and pay for the item(s) through the salespersons in the physical store.
A Foxy rep posted above that this could be done through them so I’m going to check that out to see if it’s going to be a viable option. In the meantime, I’ll petition Webflow via the wishlist system.
If anyone has any further suggestions, please let me know! Thanks a bunch!