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The annual Imagine Excellence Awards recognize the exceptional creativity, innovation, and success of Magento merchants and partners across the globe. Companies may nominate themselves or be nominated by their solution or technology providers.
The deadline for nominations is February 15, 2019, at 9pm PST / midnight EST.
Finalists will be announced prior to Imagine 2019 and the winners will be revealed and celebrated at the conference.
To kick off the year, I’ve talked to Adrian Bece, one of our frontend developers who has been delving deep into PWAs and is among the most active contributors to Magento’s official PWA Studio. Take a look at what he had to say about the state of PWA in the world of Magento and eCommerce, his analysis of the solutions that are already out there, and a reflection on how contributing to open source projects helps him hone his development skills.
Hi Adrian. As one of our frontend developers who has been working on PWAs the most, what do you expect in 2019 when it comes to the world of progressive web apps? How do you see the adoption of this new concept and what’s the shape of things to come?
Hello Aron. During the past two years, we saw awesome success stories when some of the key players like…
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If you have been involved in building your eCommerce website on Magento, you’ve probably come across some frictions between designers, frontend developers and online marketing team (I’ll leave out all other possible connections for the time being). Why?
Because, more often than not, the UX/UI designers on the project are “outsiders” who may have some great work behind them, but lack eCommerce and, in particular, Magento knowledge.
Now, is that even important? Should a designer understand the platform they’re designing for? And, let’s push that even further – should your designer be Magento certified?Designer and a Magento Certified Solution Specialist? What kind of sorcery is this?
Our designers are Magento Certified Solution Specialists – we have made this expectation early on, and they have jumped on this opportunity. Why?
The designers are becoming…
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