Mountain Made Launched

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We are very proud to announce that we were working on one great online store in the last couple of weeks. We wish you welcome to the web marketplace of West Virginia’s finest handmade art: Mountain Made. Its online gallery and storefront brings you the highest quality crafts and creations made in the Applachian tradition. You’ll find artists working in just about every medium imaginable, as well as musicians. Be sure to check out our courses and studios, too.

The site is developed with the Weld team who has direct contact with the actual client.  First (Magento) phase of the project is completed where the goal was to launch an online store with unique design and standard online store functionality. However, the project is not yet complete. We are working on boosting the community goals of the site, especially the interaction between visitors and artists.

So, it the next few weeks you will notice how this website grows from classic online store to the interactive web portal that connects craftsmen from West Virginia mountains with the world.

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Tomislav Bilic

Founder and CEO

Tomislav is a founder and CEO at Inchoo. Enjoys traveling - especially quick getaways, traditional cuisine (from most cultures), good wine and strong rakija.

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  1. Looks very nice, but please check you products, they produce an error: http://www.mountainmade.com/shop/ceramics/jaguar-jar

  2. Toni Anicic

    @Mitch: That’s probably because someone is developing on the live site at the moment ;)

  3. Dan K

    I really love your site layout and am interested in having you develop a site for my company using Magento.

    The only thing that scares me is that Magento is rumored to be such a resource hog.

    When I go to your site (Mountain Made ) individual page loading takes forever and would not be acceptable to my customers. Is this typical of a Magento site ?

    Thanks

    Dan K

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