Hackwith Design House’s innovative model—limited run high fashion posted weekly—presented an interesting set of technical challenges. They needed a platform that would allow them to efficiently post dozens or hundreds of product images and data fields, while remaining flexible enough to accommodate products with complex sets of attributes and variations. To do this, we extended WooCommerce’s already robust data model to provide per-size and per-color custom attributes, and built a custom backend administrative interface to manage it.
The beauty of the products demanded an equally beautiful design, and HDH’s in-house team gave us a showstopper. It’s one of the prettiest (and most exacting) sites we’ve had the pleasure to build, and it raised our front-end development game in new and rewarding ways.