We’re doing some exciting things at Juven. Here’s a quick roundup of what we are going to be releasing soon.
Our developers have now managed to exorcise next.js from the platform itself. As a layman (non-developer) my understanding is that the next.js script had to do with search engine marketing, which isn’t very useful on the admin panel and event creation screens at all. It contributed to slowing our developers down, and now that it’s been removed from the platform, development should be able to go more smoothly.
One of the complaints we received from helping to sell tickets for deTour 2018 was that people got confused between the event ticketing pages and the organization/business pages. We have decided to re-do the URLs for those pages on our platform so that this will no longer be the case. Our philosophy is that users shouldn’t not find what they did not intend to find (in this case, between finding event tickets, or using Juven for their organization)
We updated our 404 screen.
404 Now Found
We’ve added links to the 404 screen so that users can now get back to finding what they were looking for instead of just being told that what the typed in couldn’t be found.
We also changed out checkout flow so that new-users are directed to sign up via their own emails or Facebook. Hopefully this will encourage users to come back to find more events. On the topic of Facebook, we’ve changed some image uploader aspect ratios to make them more social-media friendly for sharing.
And, as always, we killed a lot of bugs.
Juven builds integrated organization software that empowers charities, companies, associations and clubs of all sorts to build, engage and grow community. We believe that organizations should have access to beautiful, intuitive and reliable tools to create greater impact.