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Visual Merchandising
Encompasses all of the physical elements that merchandisers use to project the image to its customers.
Display
Visual & artistic aspects of presenting a product to a target group of customers.
Storefront
Total exterior of a business.
Marquee
Architectual canopy that extends over a stores entrance.
Store Layout
The way the floor space is used to facilitate sales and serve the customer.
Fixtures
Permanent or moveable store furnishings.
Point-of-Purchase Display
Designed to promote impulse purchases.
Kiosk
Playing a growing role in point of sale merchandise. EX: Kodaks photo stands
Color Wheel
A circular diagram in which primary and usually intermediate colors are arranged sequentially so that related colors are next to each other and complementary colors are opposite
Complementary Colors
Opposite on color wheel, provide great contrast.
Adjacent Colors
Next to each other on the color wheel, blend well with eachother
Triadic Colors
Make a triangle on the color wheel. Red, Blue, Yellow. Show harmony
Focal Point
Building a display around an imaginary triangle to keep the eyes moving up and center
Proportion
Relationship between and among objects in a display
Formal Balance
Placing large items & small items with small items in a display.
Informal Blanace
Balancing a large item with several small items.