Providing an exceptional shopping experience to sports and fitness enthusiasts in Spain and throughout Europe is the primary goal of Deporvillage, a top online sports retailer. Offering more than 60,000 premium-brand products, Deporvillage is expanding in Europe and plans to grow globally. With monthly unique page views totaling 30 million on its site, which features over 8,000 images of seasonal products, the company faced a formidable challenge early on to render the site responsive on all devices at all times.
In today’s Visual Web, images and videos, collectively called digital assets, catch the eyes of audiences much more readily than text, hence the predominant need to make digital assets engaging and compelling. Creating them is just the start, however. Other challenges are nontrivial and daunting, including the following:
With Cloudinary’s current client-side SDKs, such as React, Vue, and Angular, you can manage images in numerous amazing ways, for example, making use of media from Cloudinary for your project, transforming media, and enhancing the responsiveness of your site. A new and exciting feature in our Angular SDK, called the Advanced Image component, takes image management to the next level by handling many common front-end (FE) tasks, such as lazy loading, placeholding, accessibility, and, coming soon, zooming. Just ask the component to perform any of those tasks by adding the appropriate attributes and it’ll do the rest.
Content analysis on images based on artificial intelligence (AI) is yet another powerful feature of Cloudinary’s digital asset management (DAM) solution. This article explains the types of analysis Cloudinary DAM can perform for you.
With the right platform and tools, software developers can code ideas into useful products and services. The same scenario applies to graphic and UI designers, who are now equipped with a wealth of sophisticated tools, e.g., Sketch, Figma, and InVision, with which to create first-rate app designs.
Atom Tickets is an award-winning, robust movie-ticketing app that serves more than 20,000 screens across cinemas and theaters in the United States, enabling moviegoers to search for films, invite friends, buy tickets, and preorder concessions online. To its users, Atom Tickets is also a convenient, catch-all repository for their messages, payments, and tickets.
When was the last time you bought a product without looking at its images or videos? The chance of customers buying a product increases by an order of magnitude when you effectively showcase your brand and products with images and videos. And when you have customers interacting with your brand across different channels and devices, you must meet them everywhere as they go from discovery to purchase.
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