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MagentoLive Europe 2018 – 9-10 October

Posted on: Wednesday, September 19, 2018 by Dan Marsh

MagentoLive Europe is coming. We’ll be exhibiting at stand S1, 9-10 October, Barcelona. We would love to see as many of our customers there as possible, at what will be an opportunity to engage with the biggest ecommerce innovators and leaders in Europe. Join us in Barcelona and discover what’s new in the world of […]

Get Online Right: How to Deliver for Fashion Shoppers

Posted on: Friday, August 17, 2018 by Dan Marsh

What do fashion shoppers want? It’s a question that brands have been trying to solve for years. The tricky bit is that it’s always changing, and keeping one step ahead can be a time-consuming exercise for retailers in the fashion sector. Virtual reality mirrors and wearable tech might be dominating the headlines in in-store retail, […]

The Pixel Finalists in eCommerce Awards 2018

Posted on: Friday, August 10, 2018 by Dan Marsh

We’re very happy to announce that we’ve been shortlisted 7 times in the eCommerce Awards 2018 with our clients Science in Sport (SiS) and BULK POWDERS, both picking up 3 nominations each. This year the awards received a record number of entries, and so it is an especially great achievement to be finalists. The Pixel […]

The Pixel Win at RAR Digital Awards 2018

Posted on: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 by Dan Marsh

RAR Digital Awards 2018 were held Tuesday night (19th) at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square. ‘We are extremely proud to win the category ‘Ecommerce Under 40 Staff’ for the second year in succession’ We were nominated in two categories this year, for ‘Web Development’ and ‘Ecommerce’ – an honour in itself. Fellow nominees for […]

The Pixel Nominated in RAR Digital Awards 2018

Posted on: Thursday, May 24, 2018 by Stephen Leyton

We’re very proud to announce that we’ve been nominated in two categories at this year’s RAR Digital Awards 2018, for Ecommerce Under 40 & Web Development Under 40. ‘This is the second year in a row that we’ve been shortlisted for the Ecommerce award…a tremendous achievement’ These nominations mean a great deal to us; they’ve been voted […]

Magento Commerce 2.2.4 Released

Posted on: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 by Dan Marsh

Magento Commerce 2.2.4 has been released, and includes new tools and functionality that can be easily configured to fit your ecommerce website’s checkout, look and feel, as well as multiple fixes and enhancements. Here’s an overview… Amazon Pay Amazon Pay fits in to a branded checkout experience, and allows customers to use one familiar and […]

Client Science in Sport (SiS) featured in Yahoo Finance

Posted on: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 by Dan Marsh

The Pixel client Science in Sport (SiS) has recently been featured in the Yahoo Finance article ‘2 promising small-cap growth stocks to stash in your ISA.’ The article focuses on the AIM-listed SiS, whose revenue has risen by 28% in 2017 to £15.6m – significantly outpacing forecasts for the sector – 27% of which came […]

Blog series – Klarna & The Pixel: we’ve invited payment solution provider Klarna to take us through their top tips to Get Online Right for Magento merchants. The online channel offers a level of convenience completely different to that of high street shopping, but consumer expectations are high. In a world where loyalty is decreasing, […]

Magento Merchants: Are You Ready For GDPR?

Posted on: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 by Dan Marsh

Calling all Magento Merchants: are you ready for GDPR? We’re getting our files in order here at The Pixel HQ; giving our information a good sweep, blowing out the virtual data cobwebs. If you’re not that sure what the GDPR really is, have a read of our article ‘What does GDPR mean for Magento merchants?’ […]

Ecommerce Trends 2018: Voice Shopping

Posted on: Monday, February 26, 2018 by Dan Marsh

In 2017, 55% of teens and 40% of adults used voice search, and Google has stated that 20% of queries on its mobile app and on Android devices follow suit. 25% of 16-24s using voice search on mobile may be indicative of the shift in generational expectancy around the use of search. Despite the technology […]