Hilton Carter and Kyle Webster Help Plant Man P Design for a Split Audience
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Jon’s business, Plant Man P, is a melding of his two passions: streetwear and houseplants. It’s a unique combination, but it means that Jon’s audience is fractured: the houseplant crowd don’t resonate as much with his streetwear posts, and vice versa. As a result, Jon is stumbling through efforts to design great content. Should he try to please everyone, all the time? Or can we help him find a design strategy to hone in on his target audience?
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