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Happy Holidays!

The ProtoShare offices will be closed Monday, December 26th as we celebrate the holiday. Our team will be on the look out for any urgent issues just in case. We hope you have a happy, memorable and safe holiday weekend!

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Thanksgiving Day Holiday!

Our offices will be closed November 24th and 25th as we celebrate Thanksgiving. Standard customer service will be unavailable during this time. Our engineers will be monitoring for critical issues. We hope you have a safe and happy holiday!

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Astound Commerce 2016 Mobile Ecommerce Survey

Astound Commerce, the parent company of ProtoShare, has just released Lauren Freedman’s latest survey on Mobile Ecommerce.  For those of working in UX, this research is a great place to start understanding what the biggest e-tailers in the country are doing to meet their users’s expectations on mobile, and what is still left to be done.

For those of you interested, you can download the report here.  Lauren has been working in Ecommerce for 20 years, and has been doing these annual surveys and reports for over a decade. She’s the SVP of Digital Strategy at Astound, and if you do UX for Ecommerce, you’ll find her comments and research insightful.

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Happy Labor Day!

Our offices will be closed Monday, September 5th in honor of Labor Day. We hope you have a happy and safe three day weekend!

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Guide: Tab Ordering

Some users may be unsure on how to change the order that components are selected with the Tab key. The order is based on the position of the components in the outline.

Tab Ordering

Text Fields in Order

The screenshot above shows an example of text fields in order. A user who clicks on Field 1 and then presses tab will make the cursor jump to Field 3 next since it is below it in the outline. Moving Field 1 above Field 2 will allow the tab ordering to flow properly.  You can move the fields by dragging them in the Component Outline or using the Send Forward/Backwards buttons.

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