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  • / Mobile Commerce

    The New York Times’ web store gets a new look

    Making the online store more mobile-friendly is one of the paper’s goals with its first redesign since 1998.

    Posted 01/16/2015Matt LindnerPost a comment

    Making the online store more mobile-friendly is one of the paper’s goals with its first redesign since 1998.
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    Engage research highlights responsive design

    Web and mobile design and development experts’ new white paper, “Taking a Responsive Approach: Responsive Web Design in the DNN CMS,” discusses best practices in providing a positive browsing experience regardless of device.

    Posted 10/24/2014

    Web and mobile design and development experts’ new white paper, “Taking a Responsive Approach: Responsive Web Design in the DNN CMS,” discusses best practices in providing a positive browsing experience regardless of device.

    Related Content:Responsive Design

  • How do you say Darth Vader in German?

    / Mobile Commerce

    How do you say Darth Vader in German?

    Exclusive: After a year in operation, international kids apparel e-retailer LamaLoLi.com’s m-commerce site, which offers versions in multiple languages, generates 20% of the merchant’s total B2C web revenue, the company’s CEO tells Internet Retailer.

    Posted 10/23/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Exclusive: After a year in operation, international kids apparel e-retailer LamaLoLi.com’s m-commerce site, which offers versions in multiple languages, generates 20% of the merchant’s total B2C web revenue, the company’s CEO tells Internet Retailer.
  • eBags picks up valuable tips from a mobile dating app

    / Mobile Commerce

    eBags picks up valuable tips from a mobile dating app

    Taking a cue from the Tinder app, eBags developers have debuted a fun tool for women on mobile devices to sort through handbags as quickly as they’d sort through men, leading to a whopping 10% mobile conversion rate, according to an Internet Retailer exclusive.

    Posted 08/07/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Taking a cue from the Tinder app, eBags developers have debuted a fun tool for women on mobile devices to sort through handbags as quickly as they’d sort through men, leading to a whopping 10% mobile conversion rate, according to an Internet Retailer exclusive.

    Related Content:Ebags | Tinder

  • / Mobile Commerce

    Mobile sites better than responsive design for shopping

    Dedicated mobile commerce sites for smartphones and tablets and mobile apps are unparalleled in providing a great user experience, which is the most critical element in converting mobile shoppers into buyers.

    Posted 07/31/2014Satya Krishna GanniPost a comment

    Dedicated mobile commerce sites for smartphones and tablets and mobile apps are unparalleled in providing a great user experience, which is the most critical element in converting mobile shoppers into buyers.
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