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RETAIL DESIGN & Visual merchandising

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Visual Merchandising

However, at CAAD, as experts in retail design and visual merchandising, we want to shed some light, never better said, on this subject, highlight the importance of light .

And, of course, offer you some tips for a perfect store lighting design. We will start this article with a very significant piece of information. According to data from the consulting firm Kissmetrics, when we look at an object, between 60 and 90% of the information that reaches us in the first 90 seconds is related to color.Why is this information important? Because colors provoke stimuli that can range from joy to sadness or illusion and fantasy and, therefore, they can condition our shopping experience. In a dark store, where it is difficult for us to even perceive the details of the product ... it will be more difficult for us to buy than in one with a lot of light, bright colors and where when trying on the product, the light highlights our figure and we see ourselves better than even in our best mirror at home.

Now more than ever window dressing acquires a much greater relevance to attract the attention of a consumer who is adapting to a new way of shopping and who values ​​safety, social distance and cleanliness much more than before.

We recently spoke on the blog about how the coronavirus has changed the way consumers shop and, in retail, we are approaching an omnichannel future. With the great changes that we are experiencing, there is something that cannot be overlooked in the new sales spaces: the window displays.The new normal implies a new way of selling, with new trends in visual merchandising that will have to be more innovative than ever to attract a consumer who is more inclined to buy online and more concerned about the place of purchase than the product itself.