Smart new arrivals | Women's fashion
Use your existing product photography to produce beautiful creative banners on-the-fly for each individual customer that make them feel like you've highlighted just the right product for them ... because you have! Here we combine facial recognition, color extraction, and smart composition to generate these unique creatives. Merchandise and some graphic elements come from www.anntaylor.com.
Make a splash | Home decor
Give your shoppers a new way to navigate your collections with bold editorial images that dynamically appear as shoppers roll over colorful swatches. Collection are automatically selected and arranged to show only the most relevant ones. Merchandise and original inspiration came from a creative found on www.crateandbarrel.com.
Swivel like a boss | Office supplies
Rather than showing a text-only header, a static banner, or an ad, use the space atop your product listing pages to highlight relevant merchandise in a fun, on-brand way. Merchandise shown from www.staples.com.
Navigable hero | DIY home
Allow your shoppers to navigate your product categories in a more natural way: by looking at a picture. Use subtle or bold indicators to draw attention to hotspots that link directly to collections or individual products. Content shown from www.homedepot.com.
Interactive reveal | Fashion accessories
Rather than showing a text-only header, a static banner, or an ad, use the space atop your product listing pages or the space below your product information on a PDP to highlight relevant merchandise in a fun, on-brand way. Merchandise shown from www.sunglasshut.com.
Brand spotlight | Apparel
After shoppers add a product to their cart, replace one of your usual up-sell product "trays" with a more inspiring creative that highlights related produts made by the same brand. Merchandise shown from www.macys.com.
New arrivals | Cosmetics
Promote the most relevant new product you have to each of your shoppers. Update it at whatever frequency you wish. Merchandise shown from www.macys.com.
Seasonal promo | Outfitting
Lightly-styled promotional creative to show off a variety of products that most closely match each customer's intent. Merchandise shown from www.saksfifthavenue.com.
Complete the look | Outfitting
After shoppers add a product to their cart, or in a post-purchase email, inspire them to complete the look (or the room, or the regimen, etc.) with a well-designed creative tailored just for them. Merchandise shown from www.macys.com.
Mobile new arrivals | Cosmetics
Promote the most relevant new product you have to each of your shoppers, even on mobile. Update it at whatever frequency you wish. Merchandise shown from www.macys.com.
Side-by-side models banner | Outfitting
Color-themed creative that repurposes product photos of merchandise shot on models. Quickly update the creative to focus on different colors or types of merchandise to promote, and then show the most relevant products to each shopper from there. Merchandise shown from www.american-giant.com.
Product listing insert | Outfitting
Catch your shoppers' attention with an enticing visual break on endlessly-scrollable product listing pages. Automatically pull the most relevant sales event from product catalog and business calendar, and present it in a dynamic and interactive way. Merchandise shown from www.therealreal.com.
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