Fastned electrisch rijden Supersnel laden Overal langs de snelweg

Bye gasoline, hello Fastned.

We designed the website for this international network of charging stations for electric cars. Through our design and technical skills we managed to simplify the story of this young company.

Fastned was founded in 2013 and at the end of 2015 already had more stations along the Dutch highway than Shell. Range anxiety, the fear of stranding with an empty battery, is therefore a thing of the past. This allows them to pave the way for the breakthrough of electric driving. We are incredibly proud to be a part of this revolution.

 

 

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Super simple

Together with Fastned, we made the switch to electric driving as easy as possible.

We provided Fastned with a richly-equipped CMS that allowed the editors to design webpages themselves based on our templates. The result is a flexible website which gives Fastned a lot of control, but allows the ability to create without the need for designers.

We also succeeded in linking the website to systems that are already used by Fastned, such as MailChimp, ZenDesk, Zopim Chat and Pipedrive. Through automation of these links a lot of double work for the content managers could be avoided.

The end result is a website and an app that excel in ease of use and simplicity.

 

 

 

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A clear illustration style

We enriched the Fastned house style with iconic illustrations. These illustrations are used on the website and are also suitable for printing.

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Over the course of the last six months we have seen an exponential increase of the growth in revenue, volume and customers.

Michiel Langezaal, CEO Fastned

A promising startup

  • 10%

    Revenue increase per month in the first half of 2016

  • 11%

    Average sales increase per month

  • 7%

    Increase in number of registered customers per month

  • 340%

    Revenue growth in the last quarter of 2015