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  • The ugly truth about responsive design (and how to fix it)

    The ugly truth about responsive design (and how to fix it)

    Critics have claimed responsive design site performance is slow. In a first-of-its-kind e-retail study, Internet Retailer and Keynote examined 12 retail responsive design sites and found that site load times on smartphones are not only slow - at 18 seconds, they're very slow. But some retailers and mobile commerce vendors have devised new ways to optimize responsive sites that vastly reduce mobile page load times.

    Posted 06/02/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Critics have claimed responsive design site performance is slow. In a first-of-its-kind e-retail study, Internet Retailer and Keynote examined 12 retail responsive design sites and found that site load times on smartphones are not only slow - at 18 seconds, they're very slow. But some retailers and mobile…

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  • Responsive design’s dirty little secret

    / Mobile Commerce

    Responsive design’s dirty little secret

    The June 2014 cover story of Internet Retailer magazine will reveal Internet Retailer-exclusive research from performance firm Keynote that shows retail responsive design sites load at a snail’s pace on smartphones. But some pioneering vendors are showing ways to vastly improve responsive page load times.

    Posted 05/20/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    …Internet Retailer-exclusive research from performance firm Keynote that shows retail responsive design sites load at a snail’s pace on smartphones. But some pioneering vendors are showing ways to vastly improve responsive page load times.

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  • Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list

    Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list

    With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.

    Posted 10/01/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.

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  • HSN welcomes Santa with responsive design and new apps

    / Mobile Commerce

    HSN welcomes Santa with responsive design and new apps

    “The mobile shopper is one of our highest priorities this holiday season,” the TV retailer’s senior vice president of digital commerce tells Internet Retailer.

    Posted 11/20/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    “The mobile shopper is one of our highest priorities this holiday season,” the TV retailer’s senior vice president of digital commerce tells Internet Retailer.

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  • / E-Retailers

    LandsEnd.com: Back in the driver’s seat

    Now spun off from Sears Holdings Corp., apparel retailer Land’s End is showing it is more than capable of standing on its own two e-commerce feet.

    Posted 12/05/2014Stefany ZarobanPost a comment

    Now spun off from Sears Holdings Corp., apparel retailer Land’s End is showing it is more than capable of standing on its own two e-commerce feet.
  • WebLinc shifts all new e-retail work to responsive design

    / Mobile Commerce

    WebLinc shifts all new e-retail work to responsive design

    Half of the e-commerce platform provider’s 100 retailer clients now offer responsive design sites, and those clients grew mobile sales in Q2 2014 by 132% compared with 98% for clients with dedicated mobile sites.

    Posted 08/28/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Half of the e-commerce platform provider’s 100 retailer clients now offer responsive design sites, and those clients grew mobile sales in Q2 2014 by 132% compared with 98% for clients with dedicated mobile sites.
  • Responsive design makes its case

    / Mobile Commerce

    Responsive design makes its case

    Analysis from Internet Retailer’s newly published 2014 Guide to E-Commerce Site Design & Usability lays out the pros and cons of this much-discussed design technique that adapts the look of a retail web site to the device the consumer is using.

    Posted 01/22/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Analysis from Internet Retailer’s newly published 2014 Guide to E-Commerce Site Design & Usability lays out the pros and cons of this much-discussed design technique that adapts the look of a retail web site to the device the consumer is using.

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  • Expecting a mobile holiday, Fathead speeds up its responsive design site

    / Mobile Commerce

    Expecting a mobile holiday, Fathead speeds up its responsive design site

    And get a 15% lift in revenue per visitor. The answer? Moving from the sluggish pure form of responsive design to a hybrid approach. (And the results of Fathead’s first holiday promo are in.)

    Posted 11/19/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    And get a 15% lift in revenue per visitor. The answer? Moving from the sluggish pure form of responsive design to a hybrid approach. (And the results of Fathead’s first holiday promo are in.)

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  • Nutritional design

    Nutritional design

    Responsive design triples conversion rates for Aerodesigns, whose products let people inhale nutrition and medicine.

    Posted 10/01/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Responsive design triples conversion rates for Aerodesigns, whose products let people inhale nutrition and medicine.
  • Gap picks its digital chief to be its new CEO

    / E-Retailers

    Gap picks its digital chief to be its new CEO

    Art Peck will succeed Glenn Murphy Feb. 1, 2015. Gap’s online sales have grown at more than 20% annually in recent years, bolstered by innovative programs such as reserve online, pickup in store, which is now available in all Gap stores.

    Posted 10/08/2014Don DavisPost a comment

    Art Peck will succeed Glenn Murphy Feb. 1, 2015. Gap’s online sales have grown at more than 20% annually in recent years, bolstered by innovative programs such as reserve online, pickup in store, which is now available in all Gap stores.

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