One of the most overused terms in the jewelry realm is Art Deco. Whether jewelry is misidentified, or the phrase is simply employed to attract attention to a sale listing, this erroneous attribution is seen over and over again. One of the confusing aspects about Art Deco – a term that wasn’t widely used until… Read more »
This week, we introduced some changes to the New Shop Registration pages, and made clarity improvements to the image uploader user interface. We added Facebook tracking pixels to help us explore more extensive Facebook advertising, and we improved the social sharing of items to Google+. An email will now be sent to potential Ruby Lane… Read more »
We’ve made some improvements in the user experience for our mobile/tablet clients including the ability to swipe on the “More Shop Items” area at the bottom of an item page. The Relax/Newsletters page has been updated to be more user-friendly. We made improvements based on feedback from a scheduled security audit. Finally, we finished upgrading… Read more »
Ruby Lane has some exciting news! There are a few new updates to the Ruby Lane site. Please take a stroll on rubylane.com and make note of our new “Ruby Red” color scheme, logo, new Relax page, site fonts and more! Ruby Lane is always striving to improve your shopping and selling experience.
About Art Donations Information for artists in the US and Canada and non-profits who are considering donating to charities and non profit organizations. Art History Resources on the Web In-depth hyperlinked lists divided by period and maintained by Chris Witcombe, Professor of Art History at Sweet Briar College, Virginia Artcyclopedia Fine Art Search Engine Artlex… Read more »