Ecommerce, Guides, Marketing Strategy
Ecommerce, Guides, Web Development
Millennials have grown up. With the oldest of their cohort reaching the age of 40, they are now the generation that is going to define the global market for years to come. Brands and their marketers have no choice but to adjust.
In general, though numbers vary, millennials are born between 1981 to 1996. They are also known as Generation Y, and the time gap for their birthdates is sometimes set as wide as 1980 to 2000.
Design Corner, Ecommerce
If you’re looking to start an ecommerce website, you’ve probably heard of Shopify, WooCommerce, and Magento. As three of the most common ecommerce platforms on the web, all three offer basic solutions for businesses that want to sell their products and services online.
However, these platforms vary quite a bit when it comes to their functionalities and what features they provide. Fortunately I’ve worked with all three of these platforms, so it’s pretty easy to tell you how each platform outperforms another and which one is the right fit for your business.
Fifty milliseconds is all the time it takes for someone to gloss over your website. During this time the brain can process just about everything it needs to know about the visual aspect of what it’s looking at. Website trends change about as quick as the brain can process them, which is why it’s always important to be a step ahead of the curb. Designing your business website is equal parts visual and equal parts practical. You have to be mindful of the aesthetic of the website so you can keep visitors intrigued, but there’s a couple of steps you need to take before you get there. A pretty website won’t do much if nobody is around to see it. Luckily, there are ways to get your website out there so that as many people as possible can see it in all its glory. Here are some tips to help you get started.