Eneco eMobility – A brand new website for a frontrunner in EV charging

CLIENT

Eneco eMobility

SERVICES

User Experience Design

Web Design

Research

Customer Journey Mapping

LIVE

https://www.eneco-emobility.com/

Challenge

Eneco eMobility (EEM) is a frontrunner in the switch to a carbon neutral world. They are a driving force in the adaptation and implementation of electric transportation. Their website was not suited for their ambitions and increasing growth. They asked us to design and develop a new website with an improved stack that could easily be adopted by a future in-house development team.

Approach

We kicked off the project with an in depth analysis of the target audience. Dozens of interviews with potential customers provided a good understanding of their needs. User journey workshops allowed us to pinpoint where the existing website was failing to meet those. All this knowledge formed the basis for a new information architecture and style and ultimately resulted in a better and future proof website.

Detailed image of the Eneco eMobility desktop navigation
Detailed shot of a selection of icons for Eneco eMobility
Mockup of the Eneco eMobility Charge Map

Getting a grip on your customer journey with interviews, archetypes and mapping

Eneco eMobility knew they had to improve their website to stay relevant for consumers and businesses. In order to do so, we advised to start with a good understanding of the customer journey. We interviewed dozens of potential customers to understand what motivates them and what triggers them. We developed 4 archetypes that give Eneco eMobility quick access to the most common behaviours in their target audience. These archetypes were used to create a visual customer journey that maps the challenges their customers face. Knowing where the most relevant pain points are allowed us to structure the website and create a content strategy.

Improve your customer journey

Send message

More work by Akker

Akker B.V. 2023 ©
Johan van Hasseltweg 39E
1021 KN Amsterdam
PeopleApproachWorkGet in touch