Compoze Labs was approached to build and deliver new graphical updates to the Storj website, specifically to their Access Grant and Billing work flows. The purpose of these new flows will help drive user engagement by providing a more modern and intuitive user interface.
To realize the challenge set upon us, we had created new web designs specifically to enhance the user experience in the new Access Grant flow using Vue.JS. This allowed for a more streamlined and visually appealing user experience. Alongside this we also created new designs for the new Billing Flow, we integrated this with Stripe to create a more user friendly billing dashboard. We also refactored existing code to create a smaller footprint and to make it more manageable for Storj going forwards to maintain.
The functionality presented in the initial designs would not have been possible to realize. However after discussing with the development team at Storj to determine what would be achievable, we overcame this with updated designs and newfound knowledge of existing functionality. During our time working with Storj, we identified areas of inconsistency in UX designs and communicated them to the product team to ensure continuity of user experience. We also aided in remediating a number of bugs in the Storj interface.
User experience is vital to keep customers engaged and with a company like Storj, updating the store website was key to provide a user friendly experience and to help drive user engagement.
Vue.Js - Front End Framework
MongoDB - Backend DB
Postgress - Backend DB
Stripe - Backend DB
Satellites - Technology that distributes packets across nodes
Storj Coin - Storj’s proprietary cryptocurrency
Andrew and Mitch from Compoze Labs joined our team and were able to get our custom development environment up and running very quickly. From there, they took ownership of two large UI refactors for some pages in our Vue webapp. Their Vue expertise was a great addition to the team, and their contributions allowed us to get these redesigns production-ready much more quickly than we would have been able to otherwise.