Modus provides strategy for everything in the world of adp.com and sometimes beyond.
As such, I’ve set strategy for large portions of the ADP website, from how it messages to large business to whether it should publish “implementation” content to how it should go about onboarding potential customers via its chatbot.
One of the largest providers of public sector retirement plans in the U.S., MissionSquare came to the Modus team with the express desire to generate more traffic and, ultimately, more leads.
They’re an interesting client: large, lots of expertise at their disposal, and with a great reputation in their space. But also lacking in content that converts, content that can be marketed, and content that can draw in buyers who aren’t aware of the MissionSquare brand.
What work did you do?
MissionSquare asked us to develop a content strategy designed to drive awareness and increase site traffic.
Working with our SEO Manager, I developed a content plan and content calendar for a range of new acquisition content on MissionSquare’s website. Together, along with our Product Manager, we developed an editorial process to get that content briefed, written and published.
I also set UX strategy for the project, making information architecture and content design recommendations for the overall website experience.
I’m confident that our approach will not only lead to significant traffic increases but an increase in quality leads as well.
I wrote all the text content for Purge Labs, consulting with UX Design on the wireframes. All the content you see there now was written by me in 2018.
For two years I wrote all the content for Albelli and its brands in various European countries.
In particular I’m proud of the photo book product page that you see above. The content of that page has changed now but I’m proud of how it combines strong marketing copy (“For moments big and small, we have you covered”) with a compelling UI. I wrote the content and designed the product flow.
I don’t have screenshots, but for these two years I also wrote all the UX copy (error messages, menu items, notifications of all kinds) for Albelli’s smartphone app, its online editor and its Windows and Mac editors.
In 2014 and 2015 I re-wrote the entire IB website and much of what I wrote stands today.
I’m particularly proud of Become an IB World School, a page that has not changed and which I both wrote and wireframed. The change in this page, plus information architecture changes, doubled leads for the organization.