Role: Visual design, information architecture
Personalized accessory recommendations
Problem: Design a flow for driving personalized accessory recommendations based on most popular devices (unauthorized users) and customer-specific devices (authenticated). 
Approach: I enjoy AB testing because I can experiment, use my imagination and get feedback quickly. A great collaboration, this business team started with a strong premise and was open to different approaches. 
Our flows included a personalized marquee and a landing page based on a customer's devices and accessories to recommend and filter by compatible offerings.
1 ) Personalized marquee 
We explored several approaches to promoting personalized accessory recommendations, starting with a marquee.
2 ) Personalized devices landing page
Upon selecting from a list of their personal devices, the customer then goes to a recommendations page that offers a personalized carousel, filtered by device and accessory.
3) Consecutive page: Personalized device & accessory recommendations carousel 
Having chosen from a lineup of personal devices, the consecutive page combines a personalized header and drop downs to filter various categories of accessories or select a different personal device to accessorize.
Deal promotion and sticky navigation
Problem: The business team sought opportunities to promote deals within a sticky navigation to follow page scrolling. 
Approach: Besides the sticky nav and deals widget, I introduced several other possibilities for promoting deals, including floating carousels. View explorations.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
Marketing promo tiles
Problem: The existing marketing tiles were getting no click-throughs; almost completely ignored.
Solution: I found an opportunity to apply existing responsive components from our upper funnel - our more colorful promo tiles (grey, green, blue - accessibility-compliant colors). The product detail pages were not part of the same RWD development effort or platform, but the layouts were based on the same style and grid, so I recognized that we could carry over the same components.
Result: The color promo tiles achieved greater than 95% click-through rates than the previously colorless marketing banners (see below). 
Comparison: The original problematic, colorless marketing promo tiles: Below are the problematic, colorless marketing promos (inside the gray horizontal block) which were getting no click throughs.
Comparison: Color marketing promo tiles: Below are the successful colorful promo tiles (gray, green, blue) that increased click-through by 95% or more.
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