This week we’ll take a look at some scenarios that, with some creativity and compromise, you may be able to get Shopify to “bend” to your will and work for your particular business requirements if it doesn’t already. Read More
As much as we love Shopify here (we are, after all, one of the top Shopify theme developers out there), it’s also just a important that merchants ultimately find the right ecommerce platform for their particular business model. Read More
Shopify has the advantages of being one of the most versatile, full-featured and constantly evolving ecommerce platforms today, but, like anything, it’s not necessarily the right system for every type of online store. Read More
Shopping for a Shopify theme
can be a confusing and overwhelming process — but there are some ways to make it easier and less stressful. Here is a list of 20 things to check for before you buy a Shopify theme — including some little known ones that can trip you up.
Coming on the heels of Parallax 3.3, we're excited to announce the release of Retina 4.2.1 that builds upon the already solid foundation of this popular Shopify theme
, packed with new features including lazy loading, intelligent images and exciting new page layout options.
The world of ecommerce can be fun and challenging. Here’s a list of some of the more unpleasant things you’ll likely face as a store owner — and some ideas on how to either solve the problem or use it as a learning experience for moving forward.
One of the most common design challenges Shopify theme users face is the spacing between elements. While all Out of the Sandbox themes come pre-designed with best practices for layout and placement, every store owner has unique requirements or preferences with regards to spacing.
Although premium Shopify themes
offer more and more layout options on product pages, there are some surprisingly easy ways you can achieve some intricate layouts that make your product pages more engaging.
Providing an easy way for shoppers to contact you can go a long way toward building confidence in your brand and making it easy for customers to find and get in touch with you with any questions or concerns — and the new contact and map sections in the Turbo Shopify theme
make it easier than ever to set this up.
It’s one of the most important pages on your Shopify store — but it’s surprisingly often one of the most overlooked parts. It’s also where your customers spend much of their time learning about your store and becoming engaged with your brand. What is it?