A combination of outstanding partner, client, and technology collide from time to time to form incredibly interesting projects. One such project for Elias has been theClassWatch.com, which involved integrating two popular web tools: Magento + Adobe Scene7. Our client, Josh Fendley, recently sat down with me to talk about his experience with Elias:
Josh is a partner at an agency in Cincinnati, OH called Ample. His client, ClassWatch, wanted to create a shopping experience that personalizes high-end wrist watches with school logos, initials, and graduation year. Adobe Scene7 seemed like the perfect tool to manage images. And Magento is one of the most powerful ecommerce platforms on the market today. But there was just one problem: no one had integrated the two web services with each other yet.
Not one to back down from a challenge, Elias rolled up its proverbial sleeves and went to work setting up a store, installing a custom theme, and integrating the watch configurator with Scene7. It was a tight deadline, which required outstanding teamwork between Elias + Ample. Personally, I’m proud to have met and worked with the Ample guys. (disclaimer: I tend to think that way about all of our clients)
Lee is documenting the technical side of this story in a series of posts. Our current project load has stalled the remaining posts in the series so far, but I’ll update the following list as he adds the next two posts:
- Part 1 of 3: Scene7 Integration with Magento Ecommerce
The final product is an impressive personalized shopping experience. Eric made a quick screencast to showcase the integration with Scene7 + Magento.