Journeys mapping and pages redesign
Where - UX Architect at We Love Digital When - 2015 How - Guerrilla user research, design strategy
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In a nutshell
Client X asked We Love Digital to design a set of pages on their main website in order to make them the main touch-point for a series of cross channel digital campaigns. The final business goal was to activate the users to move from rivals’ to Client X’s core product and support them during the switch.
The UX team identified that Client X needed to gain a better understanding of both the offline and online possible touch-points of each target persona although the budget didn’t allow for research activities. For this reason the team focused on reviewing past research and conducting internal guerrilla interviews to gain an understanding of the user and their expectations when landing on the pages targeted for redesign. Subsequently, journey maps were identified for each target persona, touch-points identified and the pages were re-design.
Strategic documents containing journey maps and redesign of web pages were delivered to the client.
Design strategy, user research (guerrilla interviews and usability testings, expert review, consumer journey mapping, empathy map), teamwork.
Reviewed client’s past research to identify and create personas
Analysed top competitors to understand how similar pages are designed
Conducted and analyzed guerrilla interviews and usability testing
Collated findings into journey and empathy maps
Created design blueprints for the planned pages
Worked together with visual designers to refine visual assets for the consumer journey maps and the empathy maps
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