Fast loading times thanks to real-time rendering
In addition to a well thought-out user journey and appropriate design, our team created a completely new frontend for The ASH with the bleeding edge technology Next.js, which scores with performance. The code is rendered in real-time. This means that only the part of the page that the user is looking at needs to be loaded and the page loads very quickly. By hosting the site on Google Cloud in Zurich, the site gains even more speed.
Fit for the future with a central, modular system
The newly created webshop is the cornerstone for a future ecosystem. While we used Saleor in the backend and as admin dashboard, the frontend was set up with Next.js as usual. It's a headless e-commerce platform, a centralized system with standard functions like creating products, managing orders and deliveries, and issuing receipts. Even The ASH's newsletter is now sent through the same system.
In addition, the system is modular, meaning it can be used with other applications. For example, we have already integrated the systems of external delivery services thanks to interfaces. The sixth and final sprint, in which we tested all interfaces, was probably the biggest challenge and at the same time the biggest success for our small team. And The ASH is definitely future-ready for the integration of further systems.
UX and UI round off the project
The webshop shines in a new coat of paint that runs continuously through the website and webshop. Filter options allow you to quickly find the product you want and an easy check-out with SimplyDelivery and Mollie makes ordering a breeze. You'll also find great recipes and, as a cherry on top, users can add the ingredients of these recipes directly to their shopping cart.