Our team loves helping bring digital solutions to a new business ready to make a splash in the market. Water Specific came to KPS3 to design and build an e-commerce website that would allow customers to find and purchase products for a wide variety of needs – from pools to spas, ponds to irrigation. With variations for most products, the site boasts nearly 10,000 products to choose from.
The platform makes it easy for Water Specific to manage products, add new products, and even run specials and discounts site-wide or for a specific product group. On the front-end, tools make it easy for website users to search, narrow results by category or price, and of course to purchase products. Customers can also log into their Water Specific account to review previous orders and save preferences, such as shipping addresses.
The site looks and performs beautifully from desktop to mobile. The next phase includes adding even more products, product photography and helpful videos about products and installation.
Check out Water Specific and let us know what you think.
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