There are some important considerations to make before investing in PWA. Using our hands-on experience of creating them, we’ve tackled the big questions.
For the fourth year running, JH are among finalists from around the world vying for the biggest prize in the world of Magento — an Imagine Award.
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) offer users an experience that is fast, reliable, and engaging. These improvements translate into higher conversions and revenue.
The New Adventures conference includes a raft of community-boosting fringe events. Amongst them will be the legendary bowling tournament, organised this time by JH.
In January 2019, the widely regarded New Adventures conference returns to Nottingham, and JH will be getting right behind it.
Migrating to Magento 2 offers more than a technical upgrade. The platform has also been devised to offer improved shopping experiences right out of the box.
A guest appearance on the EcommerceAholic show, discussing the theory and practice of mobile first design in relation to ecommerce and Magento.
Progressive Web Apps (PWA) don’t just improve the user experience. They can also help businesses solve real problems like customer reach and maintenance costs.
Combining features of native apps with the reach of websites, Progressive Web Apps are the next step in creating rich experiences that convert better.
Work experience offers a chance to spark the career ambitions of young students, so we went above and beyond to provide a special placement for a budding designer.
With GDPR setting higher standards for consent, even the most considerate websites need updating to provide users with genuine choices and ongoing control.
Savvy shoppers, empowered by new technologies, have driven brands to develop innovative strategies to serve customers as they hop between channels.
We believe kickoff meetings should be bubbling with excitement and ideas, so we use creative activities to give projects the positive and productive start they deserve.
For the past few months we’ve been updating the JH brand so we could tell a clearer, stronger story about the talented company we’ve built and the things we’ve achieved.
Over 130 hackers descended on Nottingham’s iconic Council House for the return of Hack24 — a hackathon that saw 40 teams compete for fun, kudos, and prizes.
With more topics than time, we organised a series of extracurricular workshops that took a deep-dive into professional design practices.