Chicago Coffee Roastery, Inc.
New Site is Easy for Visitors to Use, Easily Manageable and Responsive
Chicago Coffee Roastery is a specialty, gourmet coffee roaster located in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. With a dedication to quality and freshness, all coffee products are roasted, packaged, and shipped within the same day. In effort to create an up-to-date, easy to use, E-commerce website that would best reflects the Chicago Coffee brand, Chicago Coffee partnered with Americaneagle.com. The new site is easy for visitors to use, easily manageable for back-end users, and responsive.
"We chose Americaneagle.com to develop our new website because of their professional manner. They put together a comprehensive proposal, that broke down everything they would do, step by step. They met with us to learn our business and our business philosophy. Doing so ensured that our new website would reflect Chicago Coffee Roastery, Inc., and not just them. Americaneagle.com's team designed a clean and simple website. They kept in contact with us and let us look at and test the site throughout the building process. This allowed us to see just how user friendly our new website was going to be. It also kept us excited and we learned the ins and outs along the way. Once the site launched we didn't feel overwhelmed by it since we already understood the workings behind the scenes. Brendan Cameron and his team, were our contacts. They followed their proposal and the steps listed in a timely manner. The changes that we felt were needed along the way were executed without hassle. They had great suggestions on how to make our website better than we ever expected. The technical parts of building a website from scratch can be overwhelming but Brendan and his team were very patient and walked us through everything. We are very pleased with the outcome. The best part being that our customers have taken notice! The bottom line is, we're very happy that we went with Americaneagle.com and our hits have shown just what a wonderful job that they did and that they are truly the professionals that their proposal outlined."