We’re sending out analytics reports this week, and so far every client has had a nice website traffic increase for Quarter 1. That’s what we like to see, and what […]
Tag Archives: ecommerce
The Call to Action
We’ve had clients tell us they want a Call to Action page.
Is Your Ecommerce Site Ready for the Holidays?
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 […]
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 […]
Very Fast Websites
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.
The User Experience at Your Website
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 […]
Content Marketing for Retail Websites
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 […]
Friction at Your Website: Good or Bad?
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.”
Pricing, User Behavior, and Your Website
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 […]
Tolerance for Technological Ineptitude, part I
I found myself in a conversation with my Freshman Comp students on the subject of people who have trouble with modern technology.