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Shopability - Overview


Each fitting room comes with a paradox. It is the main retail space because customers decide here whether or not a purchase. But at the same time it takes up valuable space on the product. This...

editor: Barbara Daelemans
subject: Shopability
article - Dutch
published: 01/2012

Nobody likes to pay and nobody likes to wait. Therefore, the check out in every store is both the least popular as the main sales area.

editor: Barbara Daelemans
subject: Shopability
article - Dutch
published: 11/2011

PayPal Internet is launching a system to pay for purchases in store over the phone. This process, called "PayPal Here" designed primarily for small business, works with software and a...

editor: Le Monde
subject: Shopability
article - French
published: 03/2012

Shoppers at IKEA may already be familiar with Småland, the company’s free, supervised in-store play area for kids that lets parents shop in peace. Now, recognizing that many men dislike shopping just...

editor: Springwise
subject: Shopability
article - English
published: 09/2011

IBM's Watson can help retailers get a lot more intelligent and responsive in dealing with consumers. The idea is that consumers will be able to ask all manner of questions about products, trends...

editor: Ryan Kim
subject: Shopability
article - English
published: 01/2012

For six months, l'Institut de la Vision in Paris hosts an experimental store of Casino. The company will test a variety of services that will eventually enable the visually impaired to better...

editor: Innovcity
subject: Shopability
video - French
published: 10/2011

Finished the pain of shopping during the weekend. Tomorrow, food shopping will reinvent its taste of pleasure. In the supermarket of the future, we may walk between the shelves with less agressive...

editor: Chantal Houzelle
subject: Shopability
article - French
published: 11/2011

When lighting a retail space one must first meet certain photometric requirements. Since several years, people are aware that the emotional component of lighting design is of growing importance.

editor: PHL
subject: Shopability
research report - Dutch
published: 09/2010

Unveiled today at the 2011 National Retail Federation's convention in New York, the magical spinning interactive adiVerse Virtual Footwear Wall potentially puts as many as 8,000 shoes at...

editor: Adidas
subject: Shopability
video - English
published: 01/2011

The Schnucks store provides an expanded fresh and prepared food experience that pushes the concept of a one-stop shopping destination to that of “a destination of special shops.

editor: Jenny S. Rebholz
subject: Shopability
article - English
published: 03/2010

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