A project that supports sustainability and helps women in disadvantaged situations

A project that supports sustainability and helps women in disadvantaged situations

Sustainable fashion, garments made with soul by a woman in India.


Two weeks


Three people


Lean UX
Personal Project


Create an MVP (Landing page) that offers a sustainable product, that supports women in disadvantaged situations and that is supported by blockchain technology.


  • Users who no longer shop at Zara because they are aware of sustainable fashion.
  • Users interested in fashion.
  • Users who seek to make an ethical and conscientious gift.



  • We must ensure trust both in the origin of the product and in the objective of helping women and we will do this through blockchain technology.
  • We must make our user empathize with the stories of the women behind our product.


Lean UX “fail fast and fail cheap”. This methodology allows creating a real product, focused on users, assuming a small risk and with low cost.


With the information from the briefing that we prepared, we brainstormed assumptions that we placed in a matrix for validation, and thus we were able to facilitate decision-making. Afterwards, we specify the most desirable, viable and feasible idea through a Lean Canvas.



We defined a Protoperson profile to be able to identify how we could meet the needs of a former Zara customer who feels disappointed with the brand.


With all this information collected, we established the KPIs and metrics objectives that would allow us to know if our product would be viable or not.


After establishing the KPIs and metrics, we build the low-level information architecture and in turn write the copies. The copies would have a special importance in the landing, we had to reach a very varied audience but above all to get excited.

The visual layer would not have much complication because the goal was to make it look like Zara was launching this new sustainability project.

Section 1
Presentation of the project. CTA (Call To Action).

  • Hero with video that shows the contrast between the world of fashion and the reality behind the making of the garment.
  • Suggestive copy.
  • Objective: Capture attention.
  • Measurement: Clicks to “Give awareness”.

Section 2
Explanation of the project. CTA.

  • Heading: Explain what We Care consists of.
  • Objective: Capture interest in the product.
  • Measurement: Clicks to “learn more”, navigation (heat maps).

Section 3
They. CTAs.

  • Exhibition of real stories of two women who are going to work on this project.
  • Measurement: Interaction with buttons “know the story of it” (heat maps).

Section 4
Blockchain. CTA.

  • Objective: build trust by showing what the blockchain-supported manufacturing process will be like.
  • Measurement: Navigation (heat maps).

Section 5
Give awareness. CTA.

  • Objective: generate expectations with the CTA “See the collection” and offer the possibility of giving away a garment from the project.
  • Measurement: Interaction with button “give awareness”, navigation (heat maps)

Section 6
Form. CTA.

  • Objective: capture leads that will be obtained when the user fills in the form.
  • Measurement: Interaction with “subscription” button, navigation (heat maps), leads obtained through Mailchimp.


It was very important that the landing worked well in both its desktop and mobile versions. This was a challenge due to the need to show a video in the hero of both versions.



The day of the release arrived, with enough tension to see what happened and what credibility we had, we made our objective a reality, to evaluate if our product was viable.

We launched our MVP in Facebook groups about sustainable fashion and forums related to ecological fashion in which we were sure that we would find a part of the audience that we needed.

In a second phase, we launched it more generally in order to collect measurements from a wider audience.

The measures

The measures

Heatmaps Hotjar Desktop

Hotjar sample of the events collected from click, movement and scroll.

  • Users stopped at the hero included on the web.
  • Users interacted in the section gives awareness.

Heatmaps Hotjar Mobile

Hotjar sample of the events collected from click, movement and scroll.



The majority of users did not believe that Zara was launching a project of this type and they thought that our website was a scam. We collected comments like this one below:

We met the expectations regarding the number of visits we expected to obtain and the events scheduled to arouse the interest of users. But we were able to verify that they either did not trust us or they did not trust Zara, so we could not obtain enough leads, and that this proposal, coming from this brand, did not meet the needs of this type of customer.