The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) is a crown corporation offering auto insurance and identification services for the province of British Columbia. Nearly all 4.6 million British Columbians interact with ICBC in one way or another.
With near 2000 pages of content, icbc.com is one of the primary channels in which ICBC communicates with their customers. The original site relied heavily on specific personas for navigation and both qualitative and quantitative research showed that the deeper content pages did not serve the users needs. So, in 2017, my team embarked on a concerted effort to redesign icbc.com in order to
- modernize the site
- support updated content needs and
- prepare to support the rollout of various online services.
After the home page was completed, I assumed lead position in the rest of the redesign effort, partnering closely with writers, content strategists and developers. Borrowing key learnings from the atomic design approach, we have been able to execute on the changes through operational releases with minimal costs rather than attempt to push through a rushed implementation as one large project. This also allowed us to iterate on previous designs as required.
- UX Lead, including workshop design and facilitation
- UX Designer
- Sticky notes and sharpies; whiteboard and markers (workshops)
- Balsamiq (wireframes)
- Sketch (high fidelity mockups)
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