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Let's Meet a Jammer (The Stan Edition)

Aug 15, 2022 12:45:00 PM / by pb+j posted in Jammers

Stan’s grandma asks if he can fix her printer sometime because he “knows computers”. So he does, obviously, before he moves on to creating masterful style guides, brilliant design systems, and web interfaces that entice and delight his end users. Back in college in 2016, after coming from Ukraine to Canada, Stan discovered his natural talent for UI design and realized he'd found his passion. He drinks a lot of tea, has a tough time getting started, and hopes to jump out of a plane one day. His grandma’s printer is working great.

Let's Meet a Jammer (The Dubinia Edition)

Jul 25, 2022 9:47:29 AM / by pb+j posted in Jammers

 

Partner Spotlight: Tapcart is the Mobile App Platform You Need For Your DTC eComm Business

Jun 27, 2022 12:36:39 PM / by pb+j posted in Partner Spotlight

Coding is… complicated. Building an app for your store shouldn’t be. Our friends over at Tapcart made the process quite simple. According to Statista, mobile devices generate about 54.4% of global web traffic. With the increase in smartphone usage, having an app is becoming more relevant. 

LET’S MEET A JAMMER! (THE KYLE EDITION)

Jun 8, 2022 5:25:46 PM / by pb+j posted in Jammers

 

Partner Spotlight: Okendo builds a suite of customer-first software products that drive growth throughout the buying journey.

May 30, 2022 8:15:00 AM / by pb+j posted in digital marketing, Partner Spotlight

Reviews are the engine that’s driving your eComm empire forward. Manage them badly and you’ll be lost in a thorny wasteland of consumer complaints and irrelevant opinions. (Ugh.) Manage them well and you’ll see results straight away: Shoppers that are 4x more likely to convert after interacting with reviews. (Yes please.)

INSPIRING US: No cottage? No problem. Glow Ritual is all about giving you a micro-recovery.

May 9, 2022 12:12:21 PM / by pb+j posted in inspiring us

During the pandemic lockdown in Ontario, Sumera Nabi watched as those with means escaped to their second homes, and she felt for those who stayed behind to work essential jobs with little relief. For hardworking folks without indulgent opportunities to relax, she wondered if “micro-recoveries” could do the trick.