DIMO is an open-source, data-driven digital ecosystem. Its mission is to improve the way we move throughout the world by building the largest, most useful IoT network of user-owned devices, starting with cars. Drivers connect their cars to the DIMO mobile app, learn how to unlock value from their vehicle, and earn rewards for using services in the network and/or sharing their data. Developers and other businesses then use that data to build apps and devices that will improve transactions within automotive retail/finance, insurance, vehicle maintenance and more. The result: a future where mobility is cheaper, cleaner and more flexible — for everyone.
- UX/UI Design
- Front-end development
- Craft CMS Development
In early 2022, DIMO was in an exciting phase of growth. It had its first few thousand vehicles connected to the ecosystem and had recently undergone a rebrand. In anticipation of ramping up hardware production, growing the team, and preparing to launch community incentives, DIMO needed its web presence to be bigger and better than ever.
DIMO had already generated lots of interest within the automotive, crypto, and IoT communities, with thousands of users and developers collaborating in their Discord and open-source initiatives. But with everything DIMO was looking to do, the business needed a way to communicate the short (and long-term) benefits beyond the early adopter crowd. This meant illustrating that, while its roots lie in the digital world, DIMO is, in fact, a real-life concept. Working closely with the DIMO team, the goal was to create a website that would speak to a range of audiences. And because DIMO’s entire ecosystem improves with each new driver (and their data), it had to be live as soon as possible.
It was essential that the site resonated with everyday EV owners, tech buffs and the crypto crowd. But it was also important that DIMO get new partners and developers on board, too. As part of our discovery process, we outlined how DIMO should communicate with these audiences — both visually and verbally. The result was an immersive web experience that paired seamless user journeys with subtle movement and animation to create a sense of belonging, all while driving users to download the DIMO app and get connected.