New Shopping experience

February 05, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

I've updated the web site yet again. If you want to buy prints, frames etc it's now a bit easier.

As you browse the galleries, the shopping options appear on the right hand side of the screen by default. You can turn these off if you wish, just hit the little "x" in the top left hand corner of the shopping pop-up on the right side of the screen. Turning it off makes for more screen area to view photos. And some people are not interested in buying and that's fine, feel free to browse the galleries with shopping turned off. Hit the "Buy" button at the top right to turn shopping back on. Easy.

 

 

In that shopping pop-up, you will see a few suggested common products you might like. One click on those adds them to your shopping cart. View items, put things in the cart, take them out. I don't get statistics on that, I won't be offended if you change your mind, I won't even know about it. Once you have everything you want, finish the cart, checkout and pay. That's the point where I start getting information and statistics. Try not to change your mind after you pay, that creates a bit of work for me. Paypal and Zenfolio have charged me their commissions at that point, so it costs me money to refund you.

 

The real treasure is located in "The Shop". Hit the "Visit Shop" button and you will see ALL of the options, not just the common ones. Bigger prints, frames, acrylics, canvas and maybe one day coffee cups and mouse mats, tea-towels and the likes. Same deal, browse the store, put things in the cart, take them out. Go back to the Gallery if you want to look at more photos or head to the checkout if you're done.

 

The shopping experience uses cookies. The cart is saved locally on your computer (that's what cookies are), not on our web site. If you clear cookies, the cart will vanish. If it all gets messed up, just delete cookies on your computer. We don't do any evil tracking and we don't give, sell or rent your personal info to anyone (we have to pass some basic stuff to Paypal so they know how much to charge to you). Your credit card details are never on our web site. We don't ask for any information beyond what we need. (e.g. we don't ask for your date of birth, drivers licence or the password to your Cayman Islands bank account - oh go on, I know some of you have one!)

 

Instructions on buying our products

 


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