The new online shopping solution has beaten all sales records
In autumn 2016, Knowit Experience launched a brand new online shopping platform for the Nilson Group. Just a few months after the launch, the Nilson Group saw a substantial increase in conversions, and the previous sales record has been beaten by a significant margin.
Mobile e-commerce and website
TELE2 shook up the mobile phone market when they did away with fixed-period contracts and prepackaged subscriptions. The customer can now put together the package they want and change their mind whenever they want, cost free – a shift that placed entirely new demands on the website.
Ejendals’ vision is to create a safer day, without injury to hands and feet, and they want their e-commerce to contribute to that end by encouraging more people to use the very best protective products. Together with Ejendals, we succeeded so well in achieving this that we were awarded a prize for our efforts.
Public transport apps
Ruter is responsible for over half of Norway’s public transport. Oslo and Akershus are Europe’s fastest growing urban areas. In 2014 alone, over 319 million journeys were made by public transport in Oslo and Akershus. This was the basis for the development of two apps that changed the way people travelled on public transport in Oslo and Akershus.
Swedish Agency for Health and Care Services Analysis
The Swedish Agency for Health and Care Services Analysis reviews healthcare in society from the perspective of patients, users and citizens. That is, from the viewpoint of you, your neighbours and everyone else. It was therefore important that their new responsive website be available to all.
Brandkåren Attunda is an association of six member municipalities – Järfälla, Knivsta, Sigtuna, Sollentuna, Upplands-Bro and Upplands Väsby – working to make the daily life of the residents of those municipalities as safe and secure as possible. We had the priviledge of creating their website and intranet based on a user-centred working method.
Bergen National Opera
With a new name and a clear idea of their desired position, the Bergen National Opera wanted to make opera visible to a new public segment and be innovative trailblazers for large opera houses. It’s all about the stage and the music, scenery changes and a dynamic, handpicked ensemble for every production. About, light, colour, material and nuance. Contrasts and surprises.
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