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We've been designing websites for over 20 years - back when we created our first web pages Google didn't exist, Netscape Navigator was the browser of choice, and if your site had 50Kb of unnecessary content you'd doom your visitors to two extra seconds' waiting time on every page.
In the years since we've found some principles to be ever-present. Usability and utility are key. Design, whilst important, should be experienced and not noticed. Keep things simple. Conventions should be followed, not ignored. Don't make users think, and definitely don't waste their patience.
Good design is obvious. Great design is transparent.Joe Sparano
We have created a custom-coded integration between a Magento store and the Khaos Control business management platform.
Advice on how to implement a Content Security Policy to prevent against hacks attempting to include resources from third party websites.
If you run into timeout issues when updating or applying Catalogue Price Rules in Magento 1, then try this simple file to do it over the command line.
A recent query from a client arose when customers were being presented with the right cart totals all the way through the checkout process, but on returning to the site from Paypal, on the review page they were presented with a grand total which was double what they were expecting.…
Busy busy busy Wow, what a crazy few months we’ve had, so little time so much to do! We just got an e-mail from our WordPress server asking whether we had fallen out with it, as it hadn’t heard from us for so long. After giving its logs a good…
The launch of Magento 2 late last year was a big step in the Magento community. Migrating, not upgrading Historically Magento released updates every year or so, and one would upgrade from Magento 1.7 to 1.8, or to 1.9, and it wasn’t a huge jump each time. Magento 2, however,…