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  • Plow & Hearth is a catalog, retail and Internet company specializing in qualitybuilt, unique, enduring home and lifestyle products.

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    Case Study
    Date: December, 2012

    Plow & Hearth is a catalog, retail and Internet company specializing in qualitybuilt, unique, enduring home and lifestyle products. What began in 1980 as a small retail store in Madison, Virginia, has grown to include the flagship brand – Plow & Hearth – plus Problem Solvers, WinterthurStore, and Wind & Weather.

  • Presented by: OrderDynamics Corp.

    Welcome to our growing library of eCommerce case studies. These documents provide insight and thought leadership for eCommerce and retail communities, and are designed to help you make the right decision for your organization.

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    Date: December, 2012

    Welcome to our growing library of eCommerce case studies. These documents provide insight and thought leadership for eCommerce and retail communities, and are designed to help you make the right decision for your organization.

  • Presented by: Alexander Interactive

    Visual design on e-commerce sites is sometimes viewed as a purely aesthetic matter, but it has another important job.

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    Date: December, 2012

    Visual design on e-commerce sites is sometimes viewed as a purely aesthetic matter, but it has another important job. Used effectively, such design elements as color and type font can help visitors navigate a page and call out a product’s best features. Used poorly, they can distract visitors and detract from sales.

    Josh Levine and Seth Newman discuss the redesign of Action Envelope's successful ecommerce website by web agency Alexander Interactive. Presented at the 2009 Internet Retailer Web Design Conference and Expo.

  • Even if you’re the largest water ski and wakeboard pro shop in the upper Midwest, come football season through spring, you have a lot of down time on your hands.

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    Date: December, 2012

    Even if you’re the largest water ski and wakeboard pro shop in the upper Midwest, come football season through spring, you have a lot of down time on your hands. Such was the dilemma facing Crystal, Minn.-based Midwest Mastercraft, and its online arm, Waterskis.com. With approximately two-thirds of its annual business occurring in a two month to three month window during the summer, the water sports cross-channel retailer sought to supplement its revenues during the other nine months of the year.