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Why Fewer than 50% of B2B Sellers Have Mobile Optimized Sites

B2BecNews recently published survey results indicating that most manufacturers and distributors are behind in developing a mobile strategy. In fact, less than 50% of manufacturers currently have a mobile-optimized website. Senior commerce consultant Karie Daudt, who recently joined Perficient Digital after serving as VP of Marketing & Customer Experience for Insite Software, weighed in on why this […]

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How To Automatically Create Responsive Images in Episerver

Modern websites need to support a good user experience whether they are displayed on the small screen of a mobile phone, a traditional desktop PC, or anything in between. To achieve this flexibility, most websites are now developed using a responsive web design. This allows the display of the site to adapt based on the […]

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Optimize Your Checkout for Better Mobile Conversion

In 2017, the twenty-billionth mobile phone will be sold. And last year, U.S. consumers bought $74.93 billion worth of goods and services via mobile devices, up 32.2% year-over-year. While this still only accounts for a quarter of all eCommerce purchases, retailers have taken notice and are investing dollars into their mobile strategies. And this includes […]

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The Henry Ford Wins MUSE Award for Redesign by Perficient Digital

Our recent website redesign for internationally recognized cultural destination The Henry Ford has been awarded a MUSE Award by the American Alliance of Museums. The site, which launched earlier this year, took Silver in the Online Presence category. The Henry Ford, in Dearborn, Mich., is the largest indoor-outdoor museum complex in the United States. It […]

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5 Reasons to Use an Iterative Website Redesign Process

Has your company been wanting to redesign their website, but can’t agree on the best course of action? Let’s say you hire the best designers in town to give your site an entirely new look and feel. It looks great, but does that mean it’s going to make you more money? Not necessarily. Companies like […]

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CSS Frameworks – Does Your Client Need One?

Many a times, when I start a new project, often the client gets excited when the word ‘bootstrap’ or ‘foundation’ comes around during the inception phase. They want to know more and get excited. They hope that their site would look great if is it built with a framework and typically look towards the UX […]

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Chrome DevTools Force Element State

Chrome DevTools Features to Help UI Development

In the technology industry, we often take for granted things in our work routine that we do so often we don’t even realize we’re doing them: keyboard shortcuts, program macros or any other “muscle memory” tasks that are second nature to us.  Many a time I have found myself working with a partner or helping a […]

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CSS Pixel Ratio (or “How Big is My Phone?”)

When designing and developing a website for mobile devices, there are many things one needs to consider. Are you using a responsive or adaptive approach? What devices / browsers should be supported? What are the major breakpoints? When trying to answer these questions, we as designers and developers tend to focus on mobile device resolutions […]

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I&I Musings

I&I musings – css, Apache, jQuery, web storage and LeanUX

CSS multi-language support Chiuhua Chen, senior front end developer and prototyping expert at Perficient XD, is currently working on a web application that has a visual design supporting only english language. As with every other project, the business later on proposed support for multi-language support. When the application is in another language, spanish or Chinese, […]

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Flex that Box Model

Flex that Box Model!

The CSS Flexible Box Layout Module Level 1 (or Flexbox) is a box model specification in which the children of a flex container can be laid out in any direction, and can “flex” their sizes, either growing to fill unused space or shrinking to avoid overflowing the parent.  In other words, it’s a neat way for […]

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