WeWork Collection


Transforming WeWork.com into an ecommerce platform enabling self-serve office bookings online, and on WeWork's media ecosystem including a press portal, blog, and configurable landing pages to empower the marketing team to drive awareness and generate leads.

WeWork Collection
Dec 2018 – Nov 2019
UX|UI, Product Design, User Research
Featured Works:

Marketing and News Redesign


wework.com eCommerce and Checkout Experience

Marketing and News Redesign

In collaboration with our marketing team, we launched three platforms for our media, press and marketing initiatives: our press portal, our blog and a page generating tool to allow our partners to independently push content to our website.

The Challenge

Design and marketing collaborated with each other’s needs and constraints in mind.

With the users needs in mind, while implementing our design system, we created three platforms that allow the marketing team to upload content for users to subscribe to, read, or contact us through:

Ideas by WeWork: our blog, used for creating content to show thought leadership, case studies, generate leads, and improve SEO traffic.

Newsroom: our press portal.

To see full page please visit https://www.wework.com/ideas
To see full article layout please click here.

Landing Page Tool: An easy to use, self-service page generator in our Wordpress Instance. This page generator allows marketing team members to create Promotional campaign pages, awareness pages, special event pages.

Example layout:

Mobile breakpoint example.

The Process

Implementing our design system, we were able to create a content-focused designs and elements to the site that were proprietary to the purpose of these pages. 

My role and deliverables:
  • Worked as the design touchpoint with marketing stakeholders for these pages for continued iterations and modifications
  • Create and present design recommendations, and final designs for stakeholders across breakpoints. 
  • Created a robust user guide for the landing page tool with style and content recommendations.


  • Page views have steadily gone up since our redesigns, for example, September saw a 7% increase since August, reaching a total of 188,918 visitors in September.
  • The inclusion of lead forms to subscribe users to our newsletter has been fruitful: member newsletter is a strong traffic driver, driving around 10% of total monthly traffic to the site.


We needed to help our users interested in a given WeWork location (building) get information and services based on their needs. The following initiatives focused on capturing leads through high quality locations-centered efforts.

The Challenge

We set out to improve these three locations-based areas to improve the quality and quantity of our leads:

Building Page redesign, including the Book-a-tour form 
  • Not every Building Page visitor is the same, but we were treating them as if they are. This makes it harder to build trust and harder for our sales team to close deals. We must inform users and capture high quality leads.
All Locations landing page relaunch
  •  This page sees ~6% of global traffic, and has high visibility. We must make the page show our global reach and reflect our brand values and features.
Footer redesign to help improve SEO for all WeWork locations
  • Improve organic traffic performance of market pages without impacting the improved performance of our Building Pages through a better-optimised site structure.

The Process

Building Page redesign + Book-a-tour form

The goal of the Building Page is to inform users of our offerings and help capture leads to close on deals on buildings they are interested in. 

Our goal was to help our sales team be as efficient as possible by sending high quality leads to our member development team, and high quality leads to the buildings for in-person tours when appropriate.

The Building Page is where we merchandise and sell each unique WeWork space. It’s the most trafficked page on the site and generates the most leads by volume (~70%). We implemented our new design system and improved the hierarchy of information on our Building Pages as well.

We reduced friction in the book-a-tour form by reducing the number of steps required to submit a tour request.

Now, with more of a focus on lead quality (i.e. larger companies), we want to improve the conversion experience to drive higher quality leads while not damaging overall lead volume.

All Locations Page

We created the new all locations page to show the breadth of WeWork’s reach, while making it easy for users to see if WeWork is in their market and learn more about our product. 

This page features an interactive global map (a completely new feature for WeWork.com) where users can see all 836+ of our buildings in one place, this reinforces our brand as a global presence and builds trust on our website.

We also used this opportunity to capture leads that may be interested in using WeWork services outside of their region for enterprise services.

Visit wework.com/location to view full page.

SEO for All Locations in footer

By adding links to markets directly in the collapsible footer, we were able to reduce click-depth to our market pages, improved the discoverability of our locations keywords and pages – making them more crawlable by search engines. In my opinion this was not the most elegant solution, but the most effective.

My role and deliverables:
  • Worked with engineers, design team, product managers and sales stakeholders in order to launch new form in an incremental roll-out.
  • Spearheaded All Locations page design and strategy
  • Worked with our SEO consultant and designed All Locations footer
  • Create and present design recommendations, wireframes, and final designs for stakeholders across breakpoints for form
  • Worked collaboratively with design team on Building Page redesign and rollout
  • Worked with Engineering team on QA


Before launching online conversion had not seen a significant uptick in 2019.  – which meant starting expanding our offerings online.

After launching a pilot in the New York market, our goal was to close 50 deals through the website by end of year. We successfully closed 35 deals on the website between late September and mid-October of 2019.

wework.com eCommerce and Checkout Experience

For prospective members who are ready to buy and/or would prefer not to come onsite to visit, we needed a way for users to simply find an available office on WeWork.com and checkout online. We transformed our approach from a brochure of our memberships and evolved WeWork.com into a self-serve e-commerce site with physical space and memberships that could be booked instantly.

The Challenge

Our existing sales process was complicated, slow, and costly.

Before the redesign, prospective members were:

  • Required to get in touch with sales to glean accurate pricing or availability information.
  • Encouraged to come on-site to tour due to limited location and workspace information available on WeWork.com

The largest challenge to overcome was building trust in a product – potential new members would need to make a buying decision with several friction points:

  • Larger price tag than the average online purchase
  • Recurring payments
  • Large amounts of information to absorb, such as the membership agreement, terms and conditions.
  • Potentially would not see the space in person until move-in day, for a product they would be interacting with about an average of forty hours per week

The Process

WeWork’s meteoric rise and huge availability of desk space allowed for us to make the change quickly with a team of engineers to provide a tailored experience based on the type of product the user is looking for from small, medium, large and enterprise level businesses looking for space to work. 

We built an experience that was not only satisfying real customer transactional needs, but also funneling our audiences down the correct path based on their workspace expectations.

Our team worked embedded with engineers and product managers in sprint cycles to build the checkout experience iteratively and roll out short term features while keeping long term goals in mind.

We distilled the checkout journey into three areas for better buying experience online: Search, Select Workspace, and Checkout

  • Search: Make it easier for search for available locations and filter based on their needs including team size, move-in date, budget, and desired workspace option. .
  • Select workspace (Product Landing Pages): Give people an easy way to understand building availability and select a specific workspace option that meets their needs. 
  • Checkout: If ready, let people buy without having to speak with a salesperson 

Product Landing Pages

As we transformed our site into an eCommerce experience, our offerings required product listing pages that were clear to understand, including amenities, descriptions, and ways to get in touch or start booking. Products include WeWork buildings and membership types.


We created a low-friction experience that allows users to create an account, provide payment method, and checkout.