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Putting the customer first – three UX steps to e-commerce success

Striking the balance between chasing the next sale and planning for long-term success is a challenge faced by all retailers.

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NWFA 2014 winners announced

We completed our awards hat-trick last night by winning Business Services to Football at the Northwest Football Awards 2014.

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Everton app wins Football Business Award

There was great news for Everton and Rippleffect last night when our app for the club was named as the Best Football App at the prestigious Football Business Awards 2014, held at Stamford Bridge in London.

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Double nomination for Everton’s new Sitecore platform

Everton’s new website has been recognised as one of the best Sitecore solutions from the past year, with a double awards nomination. 

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NHS Employers platform wins IMA Best in Class

We have landed our second Best in Class Interactive Media Award in as many weeks, with our NHS Employers Sitecore website earning top marks in all five criteria.

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LFC wins Best in Class international e-commerce award

LFC new ecommerce website LFC wins Best in Class international e commerce awardLiverpool Football Club’s online retail store has landed a major international award less than three months after its launch.

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Rippleffect named ‘elite’ digital agency by The Drum

We’re proud to announce that we’ve been named as an ‘Elite’ agency within this year’s Digital Census, published by marketing and media magazine The Drum.

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Buy Now? Twitter’s big step into social commerce

TwitterBanner 1 Buy Now? Twitters big step into social commerceLast week, Twitter announced trials of a new ‘buy’ button for retailers, taking its next step into social commerce.

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The abolishment of football Vines: a justified crackdown or cruel blow to social media users?

Football main image1 The abolishment of football Vines: a justified crackdown or cruel blow to social media users?As a football supporter, I found it hard to come to terms with last month’s clampdown on Premier League footage being shared as short-form video clips.

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The irony of the right to be forgotten

It’s been quite well publicised that under European rules and laws, individuals can exercise their right to be forgotten.