September Update 2019 | Blog | Digivante

September Update 2019

by Amy Montague, 3rd September 2019

Summer is coming to an end and already online retailers are planning out their seasonal sales. But as customer expectations get harder to match, with increased functionalities needed throughout the user journey, some brands are still failing to provide a quality digital experience.

This is bad news for retailers who are relying on a profitable end to 2019 which could be the final nail in the coffin. Luckily, these problems can be fixed in time for the seasonal period, or more specifically in 7 days and for free.

Use our 16 steps to an error-free website and ensure your brands future through web testing.

Read more about ’16 Steps to an error-free website’

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Your Digital Fix

The web testing industry has a habit of mixing in lots of jargon to sell products which aren’t worth the money you are paying. But that’s not how we approach web testing at Digivante, we like to keep things simple and high-quality. To help you along your web testing way here is our A – Z of web testing guide.

Read the web testing guide

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Digital Digest

Payment Service Directive 2 (PSD 2) has been delayed by an additional 18 months because of industry push backs. So what’s actually happening? What does PSD 2 do? Why is it different from PSD 1? and how can you implement it into your website seamlessly?

Read more about PSD 2 here

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The Big Hits

This month the two articles which caught our attention were:

An online security playbook for everyone: “Resolving to better protect your online privacy and security is easy. But acting on that resolution can be a challenge. Do you need a VPN? If so, which one? What browser settings should you enable or disable? And what’s your password strategy?”


Podcast – How to build winning stores in the digital world:Essential Retail sits down with former Tesco exec, now CEO of Eagle Eye, Tim Mason, and the company’s head of industry insight, Miya Knights” to discuss what makes a winning store.


Amy Montague

Article by Amy Montague

Amy is Digivante's marketing executive and content creator. She focuses her efforts on planning and producing bespoke content pieces, encompassing social media, Digivante's online resources and industry-leading articles.

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