A/B split testing is super interesting and can result in data that will help merchants make more informed choices about their storefronts. Generally these tests are best left to apps there's still ways to do this within your Shopify store with some Theme code alone - let's take a peek.
The Shopify Product Reviews app is a great app and understandably popular option with merchants yet it doesn't show average reviews across a collection. With some vodka in hand and laptop within reach, let's look at some Liquid code that does it.
Freegeoip.net is a useful service that offers up geolocation data at no cost, and no advertising built in.
Running a millions of loops within Shopify (or really any platform) is rarely a good idea but there's times that I like adding a code with a loop with a single iteration. This means it's not really looping at all, but it comes with a nice little bonus.
For some stores the map on the Shopify Order status page can actually add confusion - especially if you don't ship products and are pickup only. There's a simple enough way to hide the map so let's peek at some code to do it.
Every now and again I see merchants creating alternate templates in their account that actually breaks some common Shopify code. The code assumes that if a template name contains the word 'product' that it must be a product template - that's not always the case.
Freakdesign has worked with some pretty cool clients (some noted below) - all different sizes and sectors. From Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne through to worldwide, there's few places our work hasn't been. Even the work has been varied with Shopify designs, EDMs, Branding, Illustration and everything in-between. Nice to have variety!