I just posted a new blog over on the “eCommerce Blog”:http://www.groovecommerce.com/ecommerce-blog/ at Groove. So if you’re interested in “creating an accessible progress bar”:http://www.groovecommerce.com/ecommerce-blog/featured/creating-an-accessible-checkout-progress-bar/ for your checkout process this is for you!
Just kidding, who gives a crap? You can eat better tomorrow.
Our latest redesign over at “Groove”:http://www.groovecommerce launched today!
The site is for Mr. McGroovy’s Box Rivets, a very unique products with plenty of potential. Mr. McGroovy was originally running on a PayPal shopping cart but quickly outgrew it, we came up with a custom solution that will really take his store to the next level.
More to follow on the Groove eCommerce Blog.
I recently purchased a microsuede/microfiber couch for my new apartment. (similar but darker than the couch below)
!http://www.rmspangler.com/images/8.jpg (My New Sectional)!
I love it, and the price didn’t break my bank; however, when the sales person asked if I wanted to pay an extra $100+ for a stain guard treatment…I just really couldn’t justify it, I was pretty sure I could find a way to do that myself (for a lot cheaper).
So of course I started at Google, I ran a search for ‘stain protection for microsuede’ the first sponsored link was at Target.com…
My favorite part of my daily work is when I get to slice and code a great design using some great markup (xHTML) with smart styling (CSS).
At work I’ve recently been given the opportunity to solely act as the front end developer for a few different projects we launched over at “Groove”:http://www.groovecommerce.com/
* “La Prima Catering”:http://www.laprimacatering.com/
* “Corporate Baskets”:http://www.corporate-baskets.com/
* “Don’t Know Tavern”:http://www.dontknowtavern.com/
_Note: Not my designs, just my code_
The fresh new look for Epic Dental has officially launched! Epic Dental sells Xylitol Gum which I can briefly describe as a sugar alternative that is also a cavity fighting agent. The new site was built off of our optimized version of the AspDotNetStoreFront and features a sleek and feature filled 1-page checkout. My role… Read more »
I’ve been an Amazon fan for quite some time now, it was the first place I’ve ordered something online, and recently, the last place I’ve order something online.
Today I received an email today from Amazon about their new service called “WebStore.” Which is basically a build-it-yourself eCommerce Storefront, I’d imagine that it’s very similar to “Yahoo! Merchant Solutions”:http://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/ecommerce/.
If you’re into eCommerce platforms than I’m sure you’ve heard of “Magento”:http://www.magentocommerce.com/. They just launched a “live demo”:http://www.magentocommerce.com/demo of both the “storefront”:http://demo.magentocommerce.com/ (front-end) and the “admin panel”:http://demo-admin.magentocommerce.com/admin/ (back-end) The username is _admin_ and the password is _123123_.
Today, over at “Groove Commerce”:http://www.groovecommerce.com we launched our redesign for “A Touch of Brass”:http://www.atouchofbrass.com. I really like how the site came out–plenty of graphical/styling done as well as a lot of work under the hood, more to follow later on at the Groove “eCommerce Blog”:http://www.groovecommerce.com/ecommerce-blog/.
Well I finally got my hands on a “Nintendo Wii”:http://wii.nintendo.com! I have to say, I haven’t had this much fun on a video game system since I was a kid.
It really is amazing. One thing that I’ve really grown to love is the Wii Shop area and I figured that since I’ve been specializing in eCommerce based sites I would comment on Wii’s eCommerce Section (Wii Shop).