Added a bit more functionality to the page, which lets the user browse other lookbook images from the same collection. Any feedback is welcome :)
9 months ago
I kinda feel like the other lookbook images should be above the one that is selected... or maybe they run across the middle when initially coming to this page and when one is selected it pulls it to the front (almost like a zoom-in), and the others fade into the background. Did that feedback make sense? HA
It realy does lack a clear page/product name. If its a lookbook, it has an ID at least, so a nice big "Lookbok no. 14" would suffice. Otherwise, I honestly cannot tell what I am looking at, specialy in the absence of breadcrumbs.
I couldn't build a mental model of the site structure/navigation without either of those, and would feel frustrated.
One other thing, the radio selects for color are too small. You cant differentiate between grey, dark grey and black there. Hover isn't present on touch devices so that wouldn't work either. I would make the radios quite big, to even allow people with phones in the sunlight to see what color they are picking.
Then, selecting a radio should change the photo to the product in selected color, so there is no confusion.
Otherwise, looking nice, clean and sharp.
@Anthony Fonte Yeah — Totally makes sense. But this page is actually a page you get taken to after having already seen the overview of the lookbooks. To be more specific it would be the landing page for lookbooks after this page: http://jackjones.com/#/lifestyle/premium
That's why I added the "slider" below, to make it easy for people to continue viewing the lookbooks without changing page :) Does it make more sense then?
@Tomislav Glavaš Thanks for the comment.
Like the comment above says, this is a landing page where you have already chosen the lookbook(which I failed to mention in my initial comment) — But you have a point, as people could get to that page from other sources as well, maybe ;)
The radio selectors could use a bit of increase in size — In regards to mobile we have a mobile specific site for that. But your point about tablets, that's something I need to consider :) Thanks
Ok, that makes sense, I got it now. Now knowing that, what if this sat over the top of that initial page instead of being a separate page? Doesn't seem necessary to have a second page with the same content displayed across the bottom in a different form.
Just browsing that site, there is lots of great interactivity as is, so this would be a nice addition to keep it all contained on one page... could be a bit of a resource/cpu hog to have to keep loading more and more content on one page, but just a thought.
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