Showing Fresh Produce of Vegetables and Fruits in Stores

In many food stores or departments, among the first things the shopper meets after entry is the display of fresh produce of vegetables and fruits. It is often the first station in the shopping trip. The produce may be presented on counters or ‘gondolas’, positioned in the centre of a wide-spaced area, and on shelves… Read More

Extracting the Meaning, Visually

Visual rhetorical figures are not so common in advertising; good examples are hard to find. They are used infrequently probably because they require more elaboration by consumers-viewers to interpret the implicit meaning embedded in a visual rhetorical representation. Nevertheless, considering the increasing use of images in many spheres of life, including in marketing contexts, and… Read More

Recording Open-Ended Answers in Video

A new capability has been added to consumer and customer surveys in the past few years: Capturing the answers of respondents to open-ended questions in video, recorded in particular by a respondent on his or her mobile phone in selfie-mode. For many users of smartphones it should come as a natural and instinctive way to… Read More