What was the scope of their involvement?
We didn’t have a concrete web design in mind when we started the project, we basically just wanted to replicate the existing site on a Magento platform. EYStudios handled every aspect of the transition—design, coding, testing, and deployment, but there’s still a lot of work to be done. They’re cleaning up the interface, correcting any outstanding issues. They’re also making a couple of small tweaks to the account management functionalities like adding a new reward point system.
Additionally, we’ve planned out some more complex updates. EYStudios is working on the designs for those elements right now, and they’ll develop and launch the new features when the time comes.
What is the team composition?
We’re primarily in contact with about three people at a time, but we’ve worked with at least seven in total. One resource plays the role of a project manager.
How did you come to work with EYStudios?
The company first worked with them a number of years ago, before I started. EYStudios helped launch our first website, and we were happy with the results of that initial deployment. We’ve worked with other development agencies since, but we were familiar with EYStudios' quality of work, and we knew they had experience with Magento technologies, so we decided to partner with them again for this migration.
How much have you invested with them?
We spent approximately $300,000–$400,000 on this specific project.
What is the status of this engagement?
We worked on this project from February 2017–June 2018, when we launched the new website. The team is still building new features and making changes to optimize the platform.