We’re nearing the time of year when many retailers enter a website code freeze for the holiday season. Here are five low-risk improvements you might be able to squeeze in before your code freeze arrives
I get a bad feeling in the pit of my stomach when I have to tell someone that there is something deeply wrong with their website—especially when I know that it is too late to fix it. I hate that feeling. And I felt it twice recently.
I see a recurring performance problem on many ecommerce sites—the most important images on the page are being lazy loaded when they shouldn't be. You’re better off not implementing lazy loading at all than implementing it incorrectly.
If you shop online, you’re probably familiar with product listings. These long scrolls of available stock are as commonplace in ecommerce as shelves are in brick-and-mortar stores. Because long lists get overwhelming quickly, we…
Megan and Jason discuss the challenges of image optimization for ecommerce, where image quality directly impacts product returns. Compressing images too much can lead to loss of important image quality that can impact purchase decisions, resulting in disappointed customers and returns. Furthermore, slow-loading webpages caused by image-heavy pages increase the environmental impact and costs.
In our latest Cloud Four Spotlight, I had the pleasure of speaking with Andrew Berkowitz, a seasoned entrepreneur who has achieved remarkable success in his career. From founding TeamSnap to navigating its growth, overseeing various roles, and eventually moving on to his current venture, Suggestion Ox, Andrew brings a wealth of experience and insights to the table.
If you buy a burgundy dress and what arrives is tango red? Do you return it? Probably. Product images matter. Returns cost businesses billions and have a big environmental impact. Read our New Recommendations for Ecommerce Images.
Hey there, web enthusiasts! We’ve had the pleasure of partnering with some big brands to revolutionize their websites and create extraordinary user experiences. But hey, we’re not too proud to admit that we’ve hit a bit of a downturn lately. That’s where you, our awesome community, come in.