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guys, do you even collagen? (pro tip: you should.)

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hims

New product. Full width on desktop, with mobile optimizations of images.

 

 

Things I Like

  • Simple & clean header/footer with minimal distractions (no nav bars or legal jargon, and limited social icons)
  • Live text everywhere
  • Consistent design elements (left-aligned text, line height, spacing, etc.)
  • A clean design that gives the email a 3D feel (see the different flavors hovering over 2 different-colored backgrounds) and also utilizes a simple Z-design
  • Limited CTAs (2) that are above the fold and at the bottom of the email
  • Great, great, great product imagery
  • Branding and colors are consistent throughout the email
  • Interactive CTAs that change color upon hover and interactive product images that change size upon hover
  • Good typography – the difference between headers and paragraphs is clear
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Strategy Improvements

  • Instead of having social icons, maybe include a curated feed in the footer that shows photos from hims’ IG or from customers’ IGs
  • Include other smart recommendations beneath the second CTA for people who may not be interested in collagen powder
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Design Improvements

  • Include the option to View Online in footer
  • Title attributes for the flavors that give more background/details about each flavor
CategorizedHealth and Wellness / MedicalBeauty and Personal CareFeatured ProductEcommerceExercise and FitnessInteractive


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