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a bar chart showing the number and type of people in each country, from 1950 to 2013
You’ve heard of farm to table, but have you heard of farm to factory? Apparently neither have many companies. A recent initiative by Not for Sale—an organization dedicated to ending modern-day slavery and human trafficking—looked at fifty apparel brands to assess how well they knew what was happening at each stage of their supply chain. They then graded companies on an A-F scale.
an info poster showing how to use the sewing machine for clothing and other things on display
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infographic everlane
the website design is designed to look like it could be used for shoes and clothing
Everlane - Product Detail Page with Infographic style product information and multiple hero images. 2015-02-23
the making of an info sheet with instructions on how to use it and how to use it
everlane ads
everlane ad - Google Search
the website for everlane is displayed in black and white, with an image of a man
I think this webdesign is perfect to people that share information about philosophy, sociology or merely write about something. #tecnodart #webdesign
Everlane | Modern Basics. Radical Transparency. Trainers, Shoes, How To Wear, Ethical Fashion, Modern, Sneakers
Everlane | Modern Basics. Radical Transparency.
the back side of a man in a suit and hat with his hands on his hips
Everlane email featuring release of men's luxury blazer. Love the hero typography, storytelling, CTA placement, and simplicity. They forgot to change the copyright date from 2014 to 2015, oops! Something to watch out for in January emails.
the front page of an e - book with text that reads, everlane knit blazer
Featured Product Email Design from Everlane
"the emails are always simple and to the point. When I get an email like this, I feel that Everlane believes I’m intelligent enough to not need a bunch of fluffy copy, but just the elemental picture that there is a great new product to be purchased. This makes me confident of them as a company and their product."
an image of a website page with the word la on it and images of various items
Everlane is a San Francisco-based clothing company whose mantra is “Radical Transparency,” so they often send me behind-the-scenes emails explaining how their products are manufactured. I particularly like the below email, where they invited their favorite instagrammers to take photos of their LA factory. This seems like a genius way to get some great photos and create some interesting content to me!
a man standing in front of a rack of shirts
Everlane and Its Radical Idea of Fashion
Inc. 35 Under 35 2014: This Startup's Idea of Radical Transparency Could Change the Way You Shop | Inc.com