Currensee.com gets an extreme makeover

We've been busy here at Currensee. It's Fall here in New England and we thought - what better time to redesign the website? Some people took the summer off but we were working away on a complete site overhaul. And, voila, it's ready for prime-time.

Designing and building websites in the start-up world is a fun but challenging task. You release something to the world and then two days later, the message changes or there's a product update or we change our mind about a graphic or image. I think about our website as the living representation of our brand - who we are, what we stand for and what we do. The site needs constant care and feeding. The idea of whipping a website together, putting it up and leaving it for months and months is archaic and trust me, you'll see the results in your web traffic. Instead, here at Currensee, we are constantly improving what we do for our visitors to currensee.com.

Our redesign is centered around three main goals:

  1. Making content more accessible
  2. Improving the overall design
  3. Delivering a better user experience and more functional UI

Upgrades include:

  • New layout, navigation and design
  • Affiliate signup form and affiliate program information
  • New About page and "Memory Lane" timeline
  • Social links on all pages
  • Updated messaging and positioning
  • New content sections
  • Direct links to upcoming events on our homepage
  • The ability to easily scale with new product and platform offerings

Our super-talented Product Designer, Elliot Nash, had a huge hand in making this redesign happen. Of the redesign he says, "The Currensee.com redesign makes our marketing site more usable and gives visitors a better overall experience." Way to go, E!

Here's to continuous improvement. It's a beautiful thing. Check out the redesign by going to Currensee.com.

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