Ecommerce website for a Protein company that sells only one Protein Powder Shake product (For now). The website will have 3 main user types - Admin, Personal Trainer, Customer. This website will work in a special way requiring customers to have a unique code that Personal Trainers give to their clients. The customer will land on the website landing page telling some information about the company and then initiating the user to insert their unique code to gain access to the product. The customer then uses this code to access the website product page. This product is directly linked to the Personal Trainer because of their unique code. The Personal Trainer then earns commissions from the customer purchasing the Protein Powder.
The admin handles all shipping and sending of the product but just has to have a way to pay commissions to the Personal Trainers. Some details are still being worked out like payment gateways etc, but the website will obviously need to be Ecommerce. It will also need to supply stats to the Personal Trainer & Admin users based on sales.
Full PSD designs will be provided to work from for development and you will work and be in communication with the graphic designer should there be any problems or issues. Website will need to be fluid & smooth using the latest techniques in Web Development. Lovely CSS transitions to give the website a very professional feel. Other little features like pop-ups, lightboxes etc may need to be included. You may also be required to use Slack to stay in regular communication about project progression. Likely every other day or at least weekly.
To see more detail of the brief & features please see the document attached. We imagine this kind of website will be completely fine running on WordPress & WooCommerce. Anything else like Magento may be too technical and advanced for this type of Ecommerce system. Many features would not be needed with a CMS like that.
I have re-added the brief_features document as there was a typo in there that caused confusion. Please see updated brief and ignore the original first one attached to the project.