Mastello was ready to make the switch from Magento 1 to Magento 2. This was necessary because of the end of life of Magento 1. A switch to Magento 2 means a transition to a completely newly developed omnichannel experience, for both B2C and B2B. This means that we had to build a new webshop from scratch. Immediately this was a good opportunity to re-designing the whole website as well. A new design and a new backend, which is a huge step forward. This fits well with the growth strategy of Mastello. Continuing to grow within the sanitary market where they already occupy a good position as specialists with high-quality products and innovative materials for the bathrooms.
The old branding was outdated and with a clean slate we started on the new one. From the email signature to the facade sign and from the logo to the complete web design. We designed it all.
We started with a logo that matches the fresh and luxurious look of Mastello’s bathroom products. We have therefore designed an “M” consisting of wavy lines that symbolize flowing water. Supplemented with a powerful slogan.
This has resulted in a web design that is fresh, clean and sleek and which conveys the luxurious appearance of Mastello well. We designed the website ‘mobile first’ because the majority of visitors visited the website via mobile. After that we designed the versions for iPad Portrait, iPad Landscape, Laptop and Desktop.
Feel free to scroll back and forth in the examples below!
We have built a new Magento 2 webshop from scratch including the migration of the entire database from Magento 1. With this switch to Magento 2, Mastello is ready for the future with a system that is scalable and flexible.
We have realized a link between Magento and the accounting system Exact. As a result, orders from Magento are automatically entered into the accounting system. This saves a lot of work, which means that accounting is now also much better streamlined.
In order to appeal to a large target group, the webshop had to be developed not only for the Dutch market, but also for the Belgian, German and English one. Because these are different markets, the webshop now consists of four different domain names, each with its own language and range. These domains can all be managed from one backend, making the maintenance of the different languages clear and efficient.
Curious? Have a look.