Xtend-Life.com Campaign Landing Page

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Winning design #40 by ramsro, Landing Page Design for Xtend-Life.com Campaign Landing Page Contest
Gold Medal

designed by ramsro

Project description

We manufacture and market some of the finest quality nutritional supplements available in the world today.  Our target market is mainly 50 years and over, they tend to already be taking health supplements, and are interested in making sure they are using the best products they can find.

In preparation for this contest we have created a webpage to display all the different elements we want to see on the final design.  This can be seen at http://special.xtend-life.com/design/.  Please note; most links are not pointing to any content, they’re only there to give you the “feel” of the page, and in all they’ll be opening in light-boxes.

Here are some notes about the page:

- Visitors arrive by first answering a quiz, and then we provide content based on their answers.
- The top video is only in the form of an image.
- After providing the content we offer/recommend 3 different health supplement protocols, with the option of creating a custom order.  We’re really interested in seeing creative ways to display the 3 different protocols – making it easier for people to understand the options.
- The customer comments down the right hand side will most likely continue down to the bottom of the page as we have 100’s.  These comments are not product specific testimonials, but general Xtend-Life customer comments.
- There are a few product specific testimonials with rating in the main content for the Omega 3 product.

We’ve included all the product images, logos, etc in the files section.  It would good to see some images added related to the target market.  Also, a better “Satisfaction Guaranteed” image.

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