Drivey needed a serverless website, so that information about features, pricing, and resources were readily available to users and potential customers. Drivey is a multi-cloud application that creates a better file management experience and consolidates multiple cloud accounts into one place. By merging existing cloud platforms into one place, freelancers and agencies have the flexibility to move files seamlessly between drives. Drivey allows users to operate more efficiently without the trouble of signing in or opening multiple tabs to see all the drives at once.
One of the challenges with building a serverless website for Drivey was that it didn’t have a CMS. Because app store and blog were the main areas of momentum, we wanted to make sure Drivey’s website was optimized for traffic and offered value to potential customers. Though the content needs weren’t as robust as other projects, we needed to find a balance between a minimalist website and a valuable one that educated users on Drivey’s value proposition.
The solution was an iterative website designed to support a growing base of content for Drivey.
The main site is straightforward and is meant to quickly highlight the app features and touch on the obstacles faced by freelancers and agencies.
As this was an internal product, we had to fit in the work around our client work which is always prioritized. As a result, resources had to jump on and off the project to keep things moving even when balancing other projects.