Store Location Selection:
There are many factors retailers should consider before choosing a store location. From traffic analysis to zoning requirements, there is a lot of data to examine before deciding on the perfect spot.
Space needs to be used effectively, with all the areas planned properly to break up the store into logical and functional areas.
Layout is designed to attract the targeted audience. It should speak on its own and guide customers to all the areas of merchandise.
Interior Arrangements of Shop:
Appearance, walls, sections, and areas should be planned and positioned well. Lighting arrangement needs to be taken into consideration while planning a layout. It should be placed to suit the kind of shopper. These arrangements can be changed during different hours in a store.
The straight floor plan is an excellent store layout for most any type of retail store. It makes use of the walls and fixtures to create small spaces within the retail store. The straight floor plan is one of the most economical store designs. Each floor plan and store layout will depend on the type of products sold, the building location and how much the business can afford to put into the overall store design.
The diagonal floor plan is a good store layout for self-service types of retail stores. It offers excellent visibility for cashiers and customers. The diagonal floor plan invites movement and traffic flow to the retail store. The angular floor plan is best used for high-end specialty stores.
Some objectives for a store design are to
1. Implement the retailer's strategy,
2. Influence customer buying behaviour,
3. Provide flexibility,
4. Control design and maintenance costs, and
5. Meet legal requirements.
Designed for Designers:
Planar video wall and digital signage products are designed to create unique backdrops or eye-catching focal points in hospitality design.
Converting Passers-by into Shoppers Street displays have always been an important part of the retail environment, providing the first opportunity to show shoppers what they can find in the store. Now, with the use of digital displays, stores can capture passer-by attention in more creative ways that really show off the product.
From small format displays for your staff to use for client check-in, to kiosk displays, to larger-than-life multi-touch video walls.