With its easy-to-build 3D avatar and integrated data from over 50 popular brands such as Adidas, Superdry and Zara, Shavatar’s MVP already has clear real-world appeal.
Eight weeks after launch, the tool had already attracted nearly 3,000 registered users – by registering, users can save their Shavatar and can return each time they need sizing advice for a brand. Including non-registered users, a total of 11,000 avatars were created in the first two months.
Shavatar is now looking towards their next B2B phase, using feedback generated from users. Their goal is to integrate the model into e-commerce websites so that customers can check their sizes live while shopping, and make size-related returns a thing of the past!
Good news for shoppers, good news for retailers, and good news for the environment.