The Merc Coop is located in Lawrence, Kansas and provides the community with access to healthy, local, organic food and products;
You will find these areas all over the website. The Merc has the ability to easily update these areas with their latest promotions.
The Deli Menu keeps visitors updated with the most recent deli menu. The menu updates automatically since we gave the Merc the ability to set the date intervals.
This page shows all the departments and related information.
This interactive calendar allows visitors to view the available classes and enroll.
Visitors can seemlessly enroll in classes. The enrollment system was designed and development by Philsquare. This means the visitor never leaves the Merc website.
Visitors can view newsletter and download the archives. This list is updated easily by Merc admins.
The website also has a built in board member voting system. Before we developed this for the Merc they were using an expensive 3rd party system.
The Merc Coop provided Philsquare with the NCG branding guidelines which we then used to desing the website.
The entire design follows our "cohesive design" principle. We make sure the look and feel is consistent throughout the website and every element fits into the design appropriately.
The design responds to smaller screens and provides visitors with a great experience on modern smart phones.
The Merc has almost complete control over all the content. Philsquare built an intuitive admin panel that allows many members of the Merc team to make website updates anytime.
This CSS & JS framework provides a strong backbone to the design and responsive (mobile) aspects of the website.
The Merc can now accept credit card payments. Philsquare uses Stripe to provide the CC processing gateway.
The technology was developed by Philsquare so the Merc could easily schedule classes and process online class enrollment from within their own website.
The technology was developed by Philsquare so the Merc could hold board member elections seemlessly on their own website. Previously, the Merc was using an expensive and external 3rd party system.