Mobile experiences have been gaining a lot of attention in the eCommerce world in the past few years. Combined with the lifestyle changes introduced by COVID-19, the consumer demand for them has gone significantly up.
In this reflective blog, Object Edge employee Lari discusses her thoughts on how COVID-19 has impacted her personal and professional life. She also examines what the pandemic means for all of our futures.
We are excited to announce Curbspot, a new solution for businesses wanting to launch curbside pickup asap. Seeing businesses struggle with clunky curbside pickup, Object Edge set to work developing a seamless, enterprise tool.
Working from home is not new to me. I worked from home for three years, and I cherished that period of my professional and personal life. Yet this time around, working from home has been a drastically different experience.
Even as COVID-19 shuts down daily activities and derails our routines, technology is opening up new paths forward. This virus has forced us all to assess what technological advancements are at our disposal, and how best to deploy them.
The arrival of COVID-19 has impacted all of our workflows. For many businesses, this means transitioning your business model to embrace contactless technologies with tools like curbside pickup and self-service.
Now more than ever, user experience (UX) is critical for eCommerce brands. Whether you’re a marketer, designer, developer, copywriter, or salesperson, UX has become part of all of our responsibilities.
As paths to online sales become increasingly non-linear, social commerce is poised to have an interesting impact on retail sales. It’s time to simplify the shopping experience and enable customers to purchase products directly via social.