The GO! team approached Calls9 to design and build a new website to boost conversions, drive user engagement and improve the digital customer experience. The challenges they faced with their current website were that:
We started this project by going through our Fusion process with the GO! team to understand their business, customers and industry and what functionality and experiences they needed. The Fusion process gave us a holistic view of what The GO! Network wanted to achieve and enabled us to build, design and launch their new website in record time.
Our objective was to design a website that would enhance the customer experience, enable better ways of working for their team and create growth opportunities for The GO! Network.
Our creative team collaborated with the GO! team to design a sleek, engaging website that reflects their brand. The new site is user-friendly and easy to navigate, with subtle Lottie, hover and scroll animations for an interactive experience. We aimed to provide a clear understanding of GO! and their work, avoiding clutter and excessive information.
The website provides customers with high-quality content in various formats, such as blogs, events, white papers, and case studies. It features an Insights section for easy content categorization, search and filter functionality for user convenience, and allows users to download resources or easily register for events. The lead generation forms capture user contact information and distinguish between Brands and Agencies, providing valuable lead information for GO!
The GO! team wanted an easy way to create, manage, and publish content on their website and make design changes without needing developer assistance. The new back-end functionality we designed allows them to use customisable templates to accommodate different content types and create distinct categories. They can also easily create event registration and white paper download pages, saving time and cost. With this new website functionality, the GO! team can make changes without fear of breaking it.
We helped The GO! Network to: