The AA online customer contact UX
Redevelopment of online information to make it easier for customers to find and understand key contact options.
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The existing customer help section had yet to be migrated into the new website’s design patterns and components.
This also presented an opportunity to improve the quality and usability of existing content, whose wordy and static nature made it difficult for users to quickly scan and navigate to the contact information they needed.
With longer-term automated solutions such as chatbots in mind, the organisation wanted to begin moving toward a more dynamic and structured approach to responding to common customer queries online.
We worked closely with the customer contact centre to review all existing contact information.
This helped us to identify critical user need gaps and opportunities in existing contact information coverage.
From there, we began mapping out a new ‘stepped’ user journey, whereby contact options were grouped into customer-centric topics and sub-topics that correlated with the most common contact centre questions.
A mix of relevant contact details and supporting content from elsewhere on the website was compiled together into a set of content assets that would act as interactive responses to each line of customer enquiry.
A spreadsheet was born.
Planning and collaboration of content production and page build, courtesy of a Trello board.