How to handle delicate situations and keep your clients trust? Here are few practical points that can help both you and your client bridge the troubled water and further improve your relation.Read more
Whenever you speak to a conversion rate optimization specialist or internet marketer in general regarding sliders you’ll hear a big rant about them. They’re bad for usability. But why do we still see so many sliders all around the web then?Read more
Every company has its own way of acquiring and transforming data into meaningful and useful information. This is how we do it.Read more
When I started working at Inchoo, one of our clients requested a functionality to be added to Magento CSV product import. Client wanted to know if an attribute value of one of the products that they were importing already had a matching value in the database and they also wanted to be able to jump to that product via link. Find out more about handling this specific situation.Read more
Since Magento 2 is out for quite some time now and new projects based on the platform are rapidly approaching, there is no doubt that we, as developers, need to be adequately prepared for the challenge.
Designers are constantly trying to develop a healthy design process by experimenting with tools in an attempt to find the one that works best.
I’ve been using Photoshop as my primary design tool for almost 10 years, and the fact that Photoshop wasn’t created for UI design was never a real problem. Why? Because Adobe was always throwing new features to support UI design. The main problem is that Photoshop’s engine was never optimized for UI design, it is huge, memory-consuming, and many designers weren’t pleased with it’s performance.
The more large files you work on, the more you can get stuck and that was the main reason to look out for new and better alternatives to an existing design workflow.Read more
Have you heard of Meet Magento Association – an amazing group of individuals who have done incredible things for the community around Magento, being an integral part of making it into what it’s become?
They recently made some significant changes to the organization. Here’s the latest scoop on what’s new and how it affects the ecosystem!Read more
What’s new in the Magento world and the world of eCommerce? Well we’re bringing you the latest scoop.Read more
My first encounter with “sales” was in the primary school where I often spoke in the name of the class to call off the planned exam or to switch a verbal assignment for the next day. It hasn’t been always a successful shot, but it was worth trying. 🙂
I feel like this little experience helped me prepare for my current role – Sales Assistant at Inchoo.
Now, being some time with Inchoo and communicating with leads and clients from all over the world on daily basis, I’ve gained a decent experience even though I’ve been working here for just 8 months. With that in my mind, I came up with an idea to share a few thoughts (you can call it – tips) on how to win a prospective client.Read more
Using Redis is a quick & easy way to improve Magento performance. Setting it up is easy, performance benefits are great, and we never had problems with it – it’s fire and forget. Inchoo already covered that in detail: http://inchoo.net/magento/using-redis-cache-backend-and-session-storage-in-magento/.
But, come on! Are we really going to races with the stock engine? Are we tuning Magento performance or what? Redis is fast by default, but it can get a lot faster. Read on to see how.Read more
As a frontend developer today you have tons of tools at your disposal. In everyday use you will need at least one tool which will be assigned to watch, process, generate, clean, minimize code. I will try to convince you to start using one which can be great assistant in modern frontend workflow. I will talk about Browsersync.io.Read more
Sir Tim Berners-Lee once said that “Access (to the Web) by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect”. We, as developers, always strive to create a website which looks and feels good on a wide range of devices, resolutions, operating systems, network speeds, etc., but how often do we consider designing or creating a website for a wide range of people? In this article, we’re going to cover some basic frontend principles of improving accessibility and what that means in context of a Magento website.Read more
Last week we at Inchoo traveled all over Europe as you can see in our recent blog posts. Today we bring you a detailed report on Meet Magento Serbia. A combined force made of a developer, Stanislav Mihić and a sales representative, me, visited the first Meet Magento conference in this region.Read more