the pasta haters (tph) is a multi-user e-commerce platform based in Sweden where consumers can shop for vintage clothes and products from established retailers.
time frame: 3 days     team: Lisa Gautier, founder
my main role: UX/UI Designer
my additional roles: product manager, content writer
tools: paper, pen, Sketch
I met with the founder of TPH to determine her brand's needs; the landing page needed to reflect the quality of a higher fashion e-commerce platform instead of a product search page.
competitive analysis: I analyzed the landing pages of TPH's competitors like ASOS, UNIQLO and Nasty Gal to find out what TPH needed to reflect higher quality fashion. I then met with the founder to present the key take aways.
ideation: in a previous project, the TPH retailer dashboard, I realized that many of TPH's retailers have established businesses with loyal customers. So, I added a new key feature to the landing page; a section that would make this partnership transparent to new consumers and easily accessible to loyal customers.
sketches: How can I visually manifest my research and ideas on TPH's landing page? I roughly sketched wireframes influenced by the competitive analysis and ideation phase. 
wireframes: I decided which sketchy contender would be the winner by developing them on Sketch. The left was chosen!
• Competitive analysis helped identify patterns in the fashion e-commerce industry and set goals for TPH's platform.
• Understanding one user can help ideate for another; previous user testing for the Retailer dashboard helped ideate for the consumer user.

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