Justuno provides a suite of on-site conversion tools designed to increase leads and revenue for thousands of businesses worldwide.
San Francisco, US
51 — 100 employees
Not venture backed
Services we provided
- Market research
- Customer research
- Identity development
- Website design
- Design system
- Front-end development
- CMS integration
Justuno is an omnichannel platform that enables digital marketers to engage website visitors, increase conversions and gain customer insights with advanced targeting and robust analytics by building and tracking on-site promotions and campaigns.
With offices in San Francisco and Austin, Justuno is on a mission to provide robust marketing solutions to help convert clicks into customers.
Justuno was in dire need of some brand re-focus, visual consistency, and improved user experience. Their current website and CMS weren’t meeting their marketing needs while their product team was preparing to launch a new, more robust platform. It was time to bring the whole identity under one cohesive brand experience.
Our goal was to upgrade the overall look and feel of the website with a focus on more enterprise customers, bring back some creativity and quirkiness to the brand, provide visual consistency, improve core web vitals, emphasize value attribution, and build fast, easy-to-use CMS for their marketing team.
After extensive market research and data analysis, we’ve defined actionable opportunities to re-focus Justuno towards a more upscale market. We pushed for an identity that is uniquely Justuno, allowing their marketing team to feel more creative and expressive in the process. We’ve introduced a more human-centric approach focusing on personalised onboarding, excellent customer service, clear content, and messaging. The new brand strategy emphasizes human value and specific customer cases to help users pick Justuno rather than its competitors.
We’ve built the new website using WordPress as the primary CMS for its simplicity, modularity, and potential for fast expansion.
Strategic brand re-focus.
We started the branding process with extensive company review, market research, and competitive benchmarking to inform our strategy development. With a detailed breakdown of the industry, target audience, and Justuno goals, we defined a set of actionable opportunities to help us re-focus Justuno towards a more upscale market.
We simplified our messaging, focused more on customers by adequately communicating the benefits that Justuno offers them, and identified and highlighted our strengths to provide more personality and recognition for long-term success.
The research proceeded to form the basis of the new Justuno identity, as we’ve redesigned everything except their logo. We introduced a new complementary colour system, typography, patterns, visuals, etc. The new identity serves as a strong foundation for a more enterprise-centric and mature Justuno.
Discovery and user experience.
Before we could help Justuno, we needed to understand who is Justuno. We started our discovery process by getting to know the market, the company, and its clients.
Research started by analyzing the market, competitors and identifying Justuno’s current position. We analyzed quantitative information about how people were using the website. This included audience data, retention and referral data, user behavior, and examining standard user flows and conversion points.
We carried out both user and team interviews to better understand why and how people are using Justuno. Insights from the growth, partnerships, customer support teams, and users helped us define target personas. These personas allowed us to better respond to each customer’s different challenges and highlight what Justuno does better than its competitors.
Based on the research, we defined a series of key insights for Justuno to improve the overall user experience. We redefined the website structure and navigation, pricing model, presentation of product capabilities, and core product message.
Going enterprise, but not corporate.
Going enterprise, but not corporate, was our north star as we developed the new visual identity for Justuno. Our target was a slightly more enterprise market; however, we didn’t want to lose touch with smaller businesses.
We wanted to maintain Justuno’s friendly, energetic and quirky personality, so we aimed at a language that thoughtfully manifests their strengths, playfulness, and creativity. One of their core strengths is that they value and care about people, both internally and externally.
We focused on their people-friendly and charming culture by introducing scribbles and patterns to give us that approachable, humanistic aesthetic. We made the layout engaging, simple to navigate, and easy to digest with bite-sized product visuals and features. We pushed for a simpler, concise copy and built trust by emphasizing KPIs, great ratings, reviews, and customer stories.
To balance the expressive and quirky visuals, we’ve structured a consistent and scalable design system that allows Justuno to further grow and develop its brand across all marketing touchpoints.
Ready for growth.
Having a consistent, easy-to-use and modular CMS was imperative for Justuno. The marketing team needed a no-code setup that would allow them to produce content rapidly without development support.
The current website was managed through WordPress; however, the rigid setup hindered their SEO ratings, causing usability issues and site errors. We decided to keep everything in WordPress but paired it with a custom-built Gutenberg block editor. That way, we removed all the unnecessary clutter, plugins and improved core web vitals, page speed, and SEO ratings.
Justuno’s marketing team now has a working environment that allows them to publish new content quickly and be more creative and consistent in the process. The new build will enable them to post content efficiently, including articles, ebooks, webinars, case studies, and other page types and layouts.