To tell the drivers about the offer and the benefits of working with this company, to create an image of a modern service that cares about its clients and its cars. To convey the character of the brand through the design that would differentiate it from business rivals.
To show a website through the driver’s perspective; while using the site, the client already feels like they are driving, so they will want to leave having a car picked for their needs. We’ve created a 3D model of a car that feels like it’s moving.
As the company doesn’t sell cars but offers services, we didn’t need to use detailed pictures on the site. So we worked out a three-dimensional image, a low poly model that looks like a real car and loads fast on any device.
Drivers often need to look something up using a tablet or a smartphone when they are on the go. We tested many screen resolutions so that all the elements and animations would be saved and the website would load fast on most of the out-of-date smartphone models.
It is easy to access the car reservation page. The choice button is already present on the home screen and after submitting the form user is instantly presented with the cars available for the rent.
Headers are what users see first, and they, like many other details, influence the way a brand is perceived. We’ve picked a typeface that marries well with the corporate one and shows the spirit of the company which has a dynamic and friendly face.
At the /form page with a questionnaire users don’t just fill in the blanks but they see a text speaking of themselves — they just need to choose options out of the offered ones. That is how we avoid the fear of blank paper.
The questions that users are asked before they can choose a car help to automatically categorize the drivers: their experience, number of at-fault accidents, completion of a defensive driving course — all of these things influence the cost of the rent and the types of cars available.