American Century/Learning Quest 529 Savings Plan
Redesign a consumer-facing website so prospective clients quickly understand how the product works and why it’s valuable.
Using The Right Words To Connect With Customers
Research shows that average college savers don’t always understand what financial advisors are talking about. By testing different concepts for content organization with users, we validated users’ content needs and terminology expectations. This allowed us to prioritize the right calculators to help users complete their tasks and pair them with messaging that resonated with users.
High-Impact Visual Design And Clean, Responsive Front-End Code
Our design team added visual appeal to compelling content to optimize conversions, leveraging Learning Quest’s brand guidelines combined with modern imagery, graphics, colors, and iconography to bring the design to life. Our front-end development team built the site as clean, fully-responsive code integrating content and SEO, while also ensuring a fully ADA-compliant site with adherence to 508 specifications.
“What stands out is how much they cared about our success even after they delivered our new site. Instead of delivering and stepping away, they have shown a keen interest in the impact the new site will have on business results after they hand it off. The team is responsive as questions and additional needs arise. They take seriously the job of analyzing site traffic and user behavior within the site after launch, with the goal of constant optimization against important conversion metrics.”
Marketing Program Manager
Tracking Results And Making Continuous Improvements
Once the site was launched, we began analyzing SEO performance, site traffic, and user behaviors. Monitoring key conversion funnels provided the Learning Quest team with valuable and actionable information regarding their audience and site performance. This data ensures they are able to keep making improvements and continue to provide a great user experience to their customers.