News updates, tips on using Perch and running a great web design business
Looking for quick tips that will help you develop Perch sites more efficiently? News and updates about Perch, web design inspiration? You have found the right place! The Blog is curated by Drew and Rachel.
We love to hear how much People Love Perch. This interview is with Jack Barber, a freelance web designer and developer from Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast.
We launched Perch on the 31st May 2009, which means that today is our birthday! We are celebrating seven years of helping Perchers create beautiful, fast websites and delighting their clients with an easy to use Control Panel.
One important tool in encouraging customers to buy from your store is the ability to create an array of promotions and special offers. While there are almost infinite ways to combine various discounts and offers, Perch Shop provides a flexible set of options to cover most requirements and to help tempt those customers in.
If customers are surprised by shipping costs they often abandon checkout. Find out how Perch Shop helps you to display shipping costs throughout the purchase process, to help customers feel in control and so less likely to abandon the purchase.
Shop isn’t the only thing we’re announcing today. As we launch Perch Shop, we are pre-announcing Perch Shop Assistant.
Today we are extremely pleased to announce the launch of Perch Shop – a flexible and powerful e-commerce add-on for both Perch and Perch Runway.
One of the great challenges in developing Perch is dealing with a vast array of different hosting environments that the software needs to run on. From a client’s old $5-a-month shared hosting account to a cutting edge cloud-provisioned virtual server, the same Perch codebase needs to run in vastly disparate conditions.
How to secure content and sell access to it with Perch Shop and the Members App.
Details of the ways in which Perch Shop provides tools to enable compliance with location-based tax and VAT.
How our Registered Developers are helping end clients who have found themselves in the position of not having a developer.