I don’t click on Facebook ads too foten, but I was pleasantly surprised when I clicked on an ad from ADAY, a line of technical/everyday/sporty clothes. Cute styles. Great writing. I loved their about page which was found under the navigation tab: Our Story.
ADAY’s about page opens up with a big airy headline that states their purpose: We wanted to simplify our wardrobes (and our lives). So we set out to create the wardrobe of the future. This line not only explains what they do (make clothes) but explains their Why: (make life simpler.) This is the theme of their entire message.
Then a dotted line draws your eye further down with each descriptive adjective serving as a headline: technical, seasonless, sustainable. Great whimsical touch. The headlines make these three paragraphs very scannable.
Handwritten type adds sidebar facts and tidbits about the company. But it’s possible to get the gist of the company if you don’t read these captions. The not-quite-as-legible font encourages you to take a moment and read the captions.
Next a paragraph is set off against a simple photo. The headline is a Heart Grab, communicating that the founders of the company are like their customers: Because we value our lives like you do. And then they go into describing their backgrounds.
At the bottom of the page there are a couple of different calls to action for careers, be a test wearer, and an invitation to stop by their studio. A great headline sets up this section: We love meeting people who share our vision, so let’s get to know each other better.
I’m loving the copy and art direction on this site. Also loving the Something Borrowed Shirt.
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