XD DAILY CREATIVE
User research shows that when visitors come to the site, they prefer to filter by pet rather than product. How would this impact the information architecture of the site, particularly the page navigation at the top?
Header: Navigation Design
Today's challenge is about *Marketing Real Estate.* The marketing team has three campaigns scheduled to run at the same time: Black Friday, a strategic brand partnership, and an ad to promote their new mobile app. They would like all three to launch and be promoted at the same time. How will you promote all three challenges simultaneously on the site?
Marketing: Black Friday, a strategic brand partnership, and an ad to promote their new mobile app
DAY 3 - WIP
Today's challenge is about *Top Products.* You’re given a google sheet that includes a complete list of products and tasked with organising the information in a way that aligns with marketing initiatives. Which products will you feature on the landing page?
Top products: Feature, buy again
The approach was to use a user centric search navigation, which directs the user to their Pet type.
The input will animate like a typewriter affect - then a user starts typing the input would clear and then suggestions would appear whilst they type
Which then provides a large menu to navigate the users needs for that particular pet.
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GOOD BOY. CO
GOOD GIRL. CO
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