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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

Retail design, a complex interplay of various parameters

editor: Publimatnews
subject: Retail design
article - Dutch
published: 12/2011

This paper focuses on the influence of a store’s environment on consumers’ perception of atmosphere, experienced emotions and behavior.

editor: Katelijn Quartier, e.a.
subject: Retail design
research report - English
published: 10/2010

This paper focuses on the influence of a store’s environment on consumers’ perception of atmosphere, experienced emotions and behavior.

editor: Katelijn Quartier, e.a.
subject: Retail design
research report - English
published: 09/2010

Introducing the new Retail Design Lab in the PHL in Hasselt.

editor: Roel Jacobs
subject: Retail design
article - Dutch
published: 08/2010

Despite the growing recognition of the importance of customer experiences in retail practice, academic literature focusing on this topic often lacks definitions of central concepts and empirical...

editor: Ann Petermans
subject: Retail design
research report - English
published: 08/2010

Several developments stimulated an increase in research activities into the discipline of retail design. The differentiation trend, the change in our economy and the shopping behaviour of consumers...

editor: Katelijn Quartier, e.a.
subject: Retail design
research report - English
published: 04/2009

Based on an interdisciplinary theoretical framework, the model captures the interaction between interpreted space, a consumer’s emotions/mood and actual behavior in retail spaces, but now from a...

editor: Katelijn Quartier, e.a.
subject: Retail design
research report - English
published: 10/2009

The present parameters for inducing memorable experiences are authenticity and originality. Design of retail environments should be directed towards values and creating appropriate ‘atmospheres’,...

editor: Ann Petermans, e.a.
subject: Shopper insights
research report - English
published: 04/2009

Which type of buildings can be suitable for retail-reuse and how can retail design respect the historic value of the monument?

editor: Bie Plevoets
subject: City Planning
research report - English
published: 06/2009

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