Three Springs Fruit Farm was looking for a way to improve their online ordering system for farmers market pickups. They also wanted give their customers the option to add cider—from their sister company, Ploughman— to their orders and start offering home delivery in select areas. And so Keystone Sutler was born. I built the site in Shopify, which Three Springs had previously used to handle shipping of farm products.
I configured the back-end of the site using a third-party app called Zapiet to give the farm control over cut-off times for pickup orders and which products are eligible for certain delivery methods.
I also built a MailChimp sign-up form that has subscribers self-select their geographic location, which in turn helps Keystone Sutler target their email marketing campaigns based on area.