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  • Where Did That Button Go? From Magento 1 To Magento 2

Where Did That Button Go? From Magento 1 To Magento 2

The Old Switcheroo T he transition from Magento 1 to Magento 2 is anything but simple. Just ask our Developers and Project Managers who work directly on M1->M2 migrations for clients all the time. Even after you get past the migration itself, there are a few updates to the platform that can throw users for a [...]

By |October 26th, 2017|Magento News, Tutorials|0 Comments
  • Amazon Key & Home-Delivery Are Only The Beginning

Amazon Key & In-Home Delivery Are Only The Beginning…

Amazon's recent launch of their Amazon Key camera & smart lock system will allow Amazon to bring packages directly into your home... but what's the endgame? Here's why more than simply retailers should be worried... Amazon Key To put things in context, the Amazon Key seems an imminent response to Walmart's plan to use August [...]

By |October 25th, 2017|Creative, Marketing, Shipping|0 Comments
  • Costly Web Design Mistakes

Web Designer Woes: 5 Costly Web Design Mistakes of 2017

Costly Web Design Mistakes Every year, companies hire the wrong web developer. Maybe it's a budget issue, an error in judgement, or simply a friend who offered "expertise" that doesn't actually have any. Regardless of cause, here are 5 costly web design mistakes that plagued ecommerce sites in 2017 (and how to fix them!): 5. [...]

By |October 10th, 2017|Conversion, Creative, Marketing|0 Comments
  • AR & AI: The Ecommerce Arms Race

AR & AI: The Ecommerce Arms Race

No One Saw It Coming. Earlier this month, IKEA emerged as the sleeper champ of retail's augmented reality arms race. On the AI front, companies like Emarsys and Edgecase released ecommerce products that use advanced machine learning techniques to automate time-consuming data analysis and predictive forecasting strategies for retailers. With such tools available to manage [...]

By |October 4th, 2017|Conversion, Creative, Marketing|3 Comments