GetBevel.com A la Carte

Background

Early 2016 brought a pleasant shift for Walker & Company. The Bevel Shave System went to retail in Target, a la carte. Prior to this release, the system had only been sold on getbevel.com as a subscription.

Business boomed. Bevel’s core audience widened and the brave new world of retail revealed a demand for Bevel products outside of the original purchase model. The team felt it was time to add an a la carte experience on its owned properties, and this meant the custom e-commerce platform needed to be reimagined.


The Experience


Why the Change?

After extensive user research we found the following pain points:

Confusion around products & plans. 

Multiple purchase funnels .

Customers are too dependent on Customer Success Team.


Process

Armed with user research and descriptions from our old get help pages, I began drafting copy for each a la carte page.

A product is more than ingredients, so my job was to research (from conversations with customer success team, product team and user research) and write succinct copy rooted in that. My secondary role was to assist the designers by finding appropriate imagery and create new instructional content when needed. I was a primary stakeholder in visual critiques as well.



Framing the Experience

A completely new pre-order flow parallel to the main subscription funnel for the Bevel Shave System. Customers can land on individual product pages as well as bucketed pages that recommend certain groups of products based on use cases ie (bearded man, a casual shaver, gift giver.) 

In addition, I wrote headlines and copy for a cross-sell, promoting the shave system product, or potentially up sell customers based on the items in their cart.


Noticeable Growth

The new getbevel.com launched Fall 2016. Sales increase daily and the holiday season saw an impressive flexibility to the platform that hasn’t been seen since it was created in 2013.

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