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Online moving in-store Until a few years ago, many experts predicted that the internet would eventually sound the death-knell for high-street retailers. However, the widespread movement of brands successfully introducing elements of online shopping into their in-store environments has overturned this theory. Instead, retailers – online and offline – are creating engaging, seamless shopping experiences for customers, however they decide to interact with a brand. Much of the appeal of online...

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    Online is moving in-store

    Posted 2/10/2014 by Dharmendra Patel

    With the relentless rise of online shopping, experts had predicted that the bricks and mortar store was becoming ineffective and would eventually have no use in our high streets. However, disproving this theory, a recent study from The Royal Mail shows that 16 percent of online retailers are expecting to open bricks and mortar stores this year. What we’ve started to see are pure play retailers, like eBay and Amazon, establishing a physical presence, in a bid to offer an integrated custo...

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    Predictions for 2014

    Posted 1/29/2014 by Dharmendra Patel

    Online moving in-store  Until a few years ago, many experts predicted that the internet would eventually sound the death-knell for high-street retailers. However, the widespread movement of brands successfully introducing elements of online shopping into their in-store environments has overturned this theory. Instead, retailers – online and offline – are creating engaging, seamless shopping experiences for customers, however they decide to interact with a brand.     Much of t...

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    Front-end development - why not?

    Posted 7/30/2013 by Zofia Korcz

     A Front-end developer. What does it mean nowadays? What duties, responsibilities and experience should such a person obtain? A few years ago it was rather obvious. A front-end developer had to know how to convert a Photoshop template to a HTML file in addition to standard, commonly seen, simple DOM manipulations with jQuery. Thus, they were expected to be able to code HTML/CSS sufficiently, to possess aesthetic sensitivity, and to know at least basics of a client-side programming language...

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    Introduction to HTML5 canvas element

    Posted 8/7/2012 by Zofia Korcz

    Deliver high interactivity levels and multimedia to the end user - it's no longer a nice to have but a norm now. For quite a while now, we've had plugins like Flash, Silverlight or Java responsible for media integration jobs. They were good some time ago, when desktop computers dominated whole digital market. Nowadays, with the more than rapid proliferation of mobile devices, delivering fast and robust websites with supporting multimedia is more important than ever. HTML5 adds new features t...

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    5 reasons Why HTML5 matters?

    Posted 4/4/2012 by Grzegorz Wołejko

    In current times when the border between desktop and mobile is rapidly fading away, users expect to get to the information anywhere, anytime and expect it to be fast. Meeting all those expectations and providing users with what they want is the single best way to keep clients focused on your product, service or website. Now, "How to do it?" is a good question. "How to do it right?" is an even better one so lets focus a bit on what seems to be the best way to provide content to end user without ...

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    The experience alphabet: AX comes before UX

    Posted 3/28/2011 by Rick Yagodich

    User experience (UX) is a cornerstone of business. It is a term bandied about with impunity within the web arena, but must apply to all touch points between the organisation and the customer. If we fail to pay attention to how our customers interact with us – if we fail to make the relationship enjoyable and productive for them – they will forgo the chore of dealing with us in favour of the competitor who panders to their emotional needs. Ergo, lost loyalty and stagnant business (and that’s the ...

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