1. How to Take Your Shopify Plus Store International


    You’ve done your due-diligence and decided to expand your brand internationally. You’ve pinpointed which regions or countries you want to target. Now it’s time to figure out how to set up your shop. There are two ways you can set up your Shopify store to support international sales. There’s a time and place, and pros and cons for each approach. The trick is asking the right questions to determine which is the right option at the right time for your business.  

  2. Your Brand’s Future: Headless PWA eCommerce


    Consumers love a good app; in fact, I probably peruse my Amazon app every other day. From a business perspective, eCommerce brands often benefit from having a native app – their fast, intuitive and mobile customer experiences can lead to higher conversion rates. However, getting consumers to find and use your app in an app store has historically been a challenge; furthermore, research indicates that 25% of apps downloaded by mobile app users are abandoned after a single use.

  3. Agile QA Process: That Will Save You Time & Effort

    It's crunch time, but, there's a problem. Now your project will be delayed and may even exceed its budget. If only the problem had been found sooner. How many times has a launch been delayed or a project exceed its budget due to poor quality or missing requirements? Delivering a quality product is a significant part of creating a successful customer experience. In fact, the latest Capgemini’s World Quality Report states that companies are allocating 35% of their budget to meet their quality assurance needs.

  4. What We're Loving About Craft CMS

    For the better part of seven years, eHouse Studio has used—and continues to use—the widely-popular CMS platform ExpressionEngine due to its trusted ability to handle large, content-rich websites and ease of scaleability. Each year, we take some time to audit our use of tools ensuring the proper selection for each of our clients' needs. As you may have noticed in our retrospective look at 2014, with the introduction of a new brand and redesigned website, we explored a new CMS platform that has gained the attention and respect of many of our esteemed industry peers named Craft.

  5. Responsive Map Touch Screen Solution

    On a recent site build there was a need to include a responsive, interactive Google map. The map also needed to display the organization’s location and a link for directions. Pretty standard but… not without its share of tricksy issues. I found a lot of information on the inter-webs which helped it respond smoothly1, and that allowed me to add multiple tooltips with unique info windows2. Responsive google maps won’t get us down! Along with using these helpful web resources I came up with a little edge on an issue I encountered on mobile views and other small touch devices. So, I’m paying it forward with this nugget of information.

  6. Android & ExpressionEngine. Living Together in Perfect Harmony

    We recently entered the Android Marketplace with an app for Pantech USA that would accentuate their role as the official handset sponsor of the 2011 Dew Tour and primary sponsor of the first leg of the tour in Ocean City, MD. The Official Dew Tour App is the essential guide to the Pantech Open and the other three tour stops across the country and features videos, news, results, athlete bios and more.