Category: How we Work
It has been five years since Jupiter’s initial release, and today, it's powering almost 100k websites. But before I begin telling you about the new updates we’re rolling out, let me tell you how Jupiter was born.
As part of the ‘A Glimpse of the Future’ series, here is another hot feature coming to Jupiter soon. This feature has long been asked by Jupiter users.
UI and UX design is undoubtedly a crucial aspect of making a website or application work. As such, prototyping tools are becoming increasingly common to help designers and developers create and improve products that will surely provide the most optimum user experience.
Here at Artbees, we really care about you, our customers. At the heart of everything we do is the thought of how we can better the experience of everyone.
This post is part of Artbees’ blog series where we compare Jupiter Shop Customizer to various web tools designed for building ecommerce sites. If you haven’t already, check out our previous posts where we compare Jupiter to Wix and Squarespace.
As e-commerce continues to grow and take a bigger portion of web activity, simply choosing a popular tool to build your shop won’t do anymore. You need to place a premium on customizability if you want to provide a better experience for your shoppers – which translates to higher online sales.
Ecommerce shows no signs of slowing down. Every year, companies like Amazon prove that online shopping is an ever-growing industry. That’s why businesses need to adapt to consumer demands for a better user experience.
2017 was an exciting year for Artbees Themes. Not only did we roll out new updates, new features and incredibly innovative tools, we also vamped up our blog to provide you with more helpful and interesting articles to guide your web design work using our WordPress theme, Jupiter.
Jupiter is undoubtedly a mobile-friendly theme, but there are times when your website content might display differently on mobile than on desktop. This can be an unpleasant surprise if you’ve been editing your website for hours to look just right, but then you check it out on mobile to discover all sorts of design issues and eyesores.
The world’s most advanced WordPress theme just got better: Jupiter V6 Shop Customizer is here! We’ve just released a new Shop Customizer version that extends the capabilities and range of customization you have when creating your online WordPress shop!
Did you know that in the U.S. alone, one-fourth of all mobile device users rarely browse the Web on their desktop?
You asked, and we heeded! Our goal with this new Header Builder was to knock down any limitations or restrictions you once had in customizing your headers and give you full reign over the look and functionality of your headers! In this article, we’ll introduce you to some of the new header toys you’ll have along with how to make use of them.
Templates are prebuilt demos for a specific type of website that can be installed on the Jupiter theme. For most beginner WordPress users, using a template is helpful in guiding them how to go about website customization.
Before you convince people to avail of your service or product, you need to earn their trust first. One way for you to gain their confidence is by proudly presenting your team members on your company website.
You know that feeling you get when you and your team have finally found a solution to a problem you’ve been trying to solve for weeks?
When someone visits your website, you definitely want to create trust so that the visitor has the confidence to further engage with your company.
If you’re anything like me, you know that it’s time for a WordPress website makeover, you just haven’t gotten around to it. Trust me, I get it.
Now that we’ve had a quick look at what should be included in your blog post, let’s move on to the blog shortcodes that can be used to customize your WordPress Blog post layout to cater to your content and audience.
In this second part we will go over the most common WordPress problems I’ve seen from our customers and how to fix them!
WordPress has been marketed as being easy-to-use and learn. And in many ways, it is! Though having worked with WordPress themes for many years now, I’ve seen a pattern of common challenges and problems people encounter. Now working on the Support Team at Artbees, I see firsthand every day what roadblocks you, our customers, are facing and I'm here to help!
We’ve often poked at our developers and designers to provide tips and tricks that we can share with our users to help them increase the performance of their themes.
WordPress is used by millions of people worldwide from across endless sectors and spectrums of experience and use. One easily overlooked and underestimated part almost every website has is the Contact Form. Think about it---usually, in order to communicate directly with your customers, your website needs a contact form--easy enough, right?
It’s been awhile since we first started our blog, however we realized after about 6 months that it wasn’t getting the attention we thought it would. No pity parties though---we’ve all had that moment in some part of our business plans when things didn’t go as planned and we knew it meant that we needed to reassess our approach right away.
When you get started running your web business it’s pretty common for you to take any client that has a pulse and money. Some people may even decide than no pulse but money is a fine trade off, but you never can account for those Walking Dead fans.
It’s becoming increasingly common for company CEOs to wear more than just their CEO hat. Particularly with startups and smaller companies, you sometimes don’t even have the luxury of staying within those boundaries; trust me, I know from personal experience.
What are your business goals for 2017? With the end of 2016 drawing near, whether you’re a one-man show running your own business or have a bigger team, now’s the time to make a conscious effort to pause and look back on the year and consider a few direct questions: What worked? What didn’t work? What lessons can be applied to their future plans for the new year?
This year Portugal hosted the 2016 Web Summit, inviting over 50,000 guests made up of CEOs, startups, investors, and leaders in the tech world. This was the largest event of its kind to be held in Europe and was chock full of opportunities to exchange ideas, creative energy and best practices.
Just last week in the Artbees hive, we barrelled right on past 100 and hit 110 templates that we now offer to our users. Having surpassed that goal we set just about a year ago, it was a surreal moment for us. Though to be honest, it was a bit anticlimactic as we briefly paused to do a celebratory jig before quickly getting back to work on the next batch of new templates.
Right around the time New Year's Eve rolls around, teams led by their management in companies all over the world generally come together to write goals and resolutions for the upcoming year. They discuss next steps to take, targets to hit and how they can be even better! Oftentimes though this ritual can inadvertently allow teams to skip over the failures and mistakes of the past year lest they compromise their enthusiasm to get a fresh start.