November and December are peak times for ecommerce, no matter what you’re selling. People are in the mood to shop. This makes it a good time to take a look at your ecommerce site and make »
A young cousin of mine asked how she could best set up an e-commerce site for her fledgling graphic design business. She’s planning to offer custom business cards for $100 a thousand, among »
Dr. Tom Hapgood is bucking for the title of Fastest Web Designer in the West, having beaten our previous record by having a site completed in less than two weeks.
Tom and I are working on a very fun e-commerce website right now. The owners are fun, their products are fun, the customers are fun, it’s just a fun project all around. At the moment, the »
When you do online retail sales, your content may be primarily a catalog: pictures and brief descriptions of your products. People are coming to shop with you, after all, so they just need to see »
Josepha’s been doing basic foundational linkbuilding and social media for a nonprofit, and they’ve seen a 922% increase in traffic. Another client we’re working with has a 215% »
Friction is a key concept in transportation, but it’s also an important idea in commerce. Economist Thomas Friedman describes human contact during commerce as “friction.”
Recently I received a document from a client listing the pages she wanted on her website. One of them was “the call to action.”
As consumers, we have a lot of things about prices in our heads. We have some price points stored, for one thing. These vary from one person to another, and one community to another, but »
I found myself in a conversation with my Freshman Comp students on the subject of people who have trouble with modern technology.