1. To increase sales in retail, make your images appealing.
Did you know that our brains analyze 83% of the information we perceive with our eyes? Your ability to draw people in depends in part on how appealing your products appear. By combining visual interest, make your displays multi-dimensional. In order to have something to focus on and ensure that the overall display isn’t overpowering, add color, depth, and height where you can, as well as a focal point. Additionally, images and graphics can give your store’s branding personality.
2. Make sure your exhibit represents your brand.
Your images should clearly convey the identity of your brand and products. Using primary and bold shapes and color blocking can be effective strategies to draw in viewers and reflect a brand. Over 75% of customers worldwide believe that companies should support causes they care about, so if your company supports a cause or mission outside of regular business operations, let people know.
3. Consider the encounter with your target client.
Consider the products in connection to the target client when it comes to boosting product aesthetics and sales. Because customers will remember their shopping experience for how it made them feel, individuality is at the core of these experiences. Consider the target customer’s lifestyle, demography, and any potential emotional ties to the product. So, for instance, if your target audience is made up primarily of young adults, inviting music, alluring scents, and recognizable imagery may make them feel at home and result in a compelling and lasting experience.