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An improved website experience to drive membership for BIMA

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The BIMA website had various organisational problems to contend with and it took a number of site map iterations to work through.

We had two key considerations:

Firstly, How a potential new members journey might play out, learning about the membership options then proceeding to application. Using a tabbed question and answer style approach, we were able to streamline this into one page and shorten the application process.

Secondly, we required easy to administer membership profile pages for both companies and employees or individual members. We created 55 pages as a clickable prototype and tested this with stakeholders, to validate the optimal member journey, before proceeding to design.

The results

Despite the Covid-10 pandemic, so far so good. The website has seen a 25% increase in use but importantly BIMA are seeing more page engagement and a much lower bounce rate.

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Increasing website leads for Qbase Data Services

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The BIMA website had various organisational problems to contend with and it took a number of site map iterations to work through.

We had two key considerations:

Firstly, How a potential new members journey might play out, learning about the membership options then proceeding to application. Using a tabbed question and answer style approach, we were able to streamline this into one page and shorten the application process.

Secondly, we required easy to administer membership profile pages for both companies and employees or individual members. We created 55 pages as a clickable prototype and tested this with stakeholders, to validate the optimal member journey, before proceeding to design.

The results

Despite the Covid-10 pandemic, so far so good. The website has seen a 25% increase in use but importantly BIMA are seeing more page engagement and a much lower bounce rate.

3,500
SESSIONS (50% INCREASE)
1,910
CLICKS (20% INCREASE)
45%
CLICK THROUGH RATE
201,000
IMPRESSIONS (6% INCREASE)
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Creating a contemporary brand for global charity Pop-Up Adventure Play

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The BIMA website had various organisational problems to contend with and it took a number of site map iterations to work through.

We had two key considerations:

Firstly, How a potential new members journey might play out, learning about the membership options then proceeding to application. Using a tabbed question and answer style approach, we were able to streamline this into one page and shorten the application process.

Secondly, we required easy to administer membership profile pages for both companies and employees or individual members. We created 55 pages as a clickable prototype and tested this with stakeholders, to validate the optimal member journey, before proceeding to design.

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Repositioning People Matters HR in a Disrupted Market

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The BIMA website had various organisational problems to contend with and it took a number of site map iterations to work through.

We had two key considerations:

Firstly, How a potential new members journey might play out, learning about the membership options then proceeding to application. Using a tabbed question and answer style approach, we were able to streamline this into one page and shorten the application process.

Secondly, we required easy to administer membership profile pages for both companies and employees or individual members. We created 55 pages as a clickable prototype and tested this with stakeholders, to validate the optimal member journey, before proceeding to design.

The results

Despite the Covid-10 pandemic, so far so good. The website has seen a 25% increase in use but importantly BIMA are seeing more page engagement and a much lower bounce rate.

248,000
IMPRESSIONS – A 19% IMPROVEMENT ON PREVIOUS 6 MONTHS
938
CLICKS – UP 17.7%
2,800
VISITS – UP 15%
31%
OF KEYWORDS RANK IN TOP 10 OR HIGHER
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A WORDPRESS WEBSITE AND SEO STRATEGY THAT WORKS HARD FOR WORKMAN

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The BIMA website had various organisational problems to contend with and it took a number of site map iterations to work through.

We had two key considerations:

Firstly, How a potential new members journey might play out, learning about the membership options then proceeding to application. Using a tabbed question and answer style approach, we were able to streamline this into one page and shorten the application process.

Secondly, we required easy to administer membership profile pages for both companies and employees or individual members. We created 55 pages as a clickable prototype and tested this with stakeholders, to validate the optimal member journey, before proceeding to design.

The results

Despite the Covid-10 pandemic, so far so good. The website has seen a 25% increase in use but importantly BIMA are seeing more page engagement and a much lower bounce rate.

969,000
IMPRESSIONS – A 51% INCREASE
20%
INCREASE IN CLICK THROUGHS
30,780
VISITS – A 23% IMPROVEMENT IN TRAFFIC
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A brand overhaul to improve perception

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The BIMA website had various organisational problems to contend with and it took a number of site map iterations to work through.

We had two key considerations:

Firstly, How a potential new members journey might play out, learning about the membership options then proceeding to application. Using a tabbed question and answer style approach, we were able to streamline this into one page and shorten the application process.

Secondly, we required easy to administer membership profile pages for both companies and employees or individual members. We created 55 pages as a clickable prototype and tested this with stakeholders, to validate the optimal member journey, before proceeding to design.

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A rebrand for MancSpirit to better reflect the creative sector

AN INTUITIVE PLATFORM TO DRIVE MEMBERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT

The challenge

BIMA is the British Interactive Media Association, operating as a not-for-profit industry body representing the digital industry in the UK. BIMA is a membership organisation primarily made up of digital agencies.

The website (built using Sitecore) was causing issues for both users and BIMA staff. It was particularly difficult to find key resources and the application to become a member was overly complicated. BIMA needed a more intuitive platform for member networking and promoting their own businesses in order to confidently grow its member network.

The approach

The BIMA website had various organisational problems to contend with and it took a number of site map iterations to work through.

We had two key considerations:

Firstly, How a potential new members journey might play out, learning about the membership options then proceeding to application. Using a tabbed question and answer style approach, we were able to streamline this into one page and shorten the application process.

Secondly, we required easy to administer membership profile pages for both companies and employees or individual members. We created 55 pages as a clickable prototype and tested this with stakeholders, to validate the optimal member journey, before proceeding to design.

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