If nothing else this Uniweb makeup brush”Try Me” fixture was designed for easy swing-aside photography. It might also allow the “Try Me” offer to be positioned perpendicular to the traffic flow for visibility, and so as not to consume an entire display facing. Personally I liked it forward facing waiting to surprise the browsing shopper. The QR Code whisks you from short-bullet-point to long-copy explanations of the brush’s cosmetic and eco-friendly planetary benefits. CLICK the thumbnail for a better view of what makes this work behind the scenes.
For all Try-Me posts by Title…
“Makeup Brush Try-Me Pivots” (This Post)
“Help Sizing a Simple Fastener“
“Ball Chain Tethers Cosmetics“
“Hands-On Pen Promotion“
“Measuring Tape Try-Me First“
“Totally Believable P•O•P Tool Pitch“
“Scissor Display Offers Trial“
“Lash Curler as Objet D’Art“
“Asymmetrical Package Display”
“Item Erect at Shelf Edge“
“Coupon Book Lanyard“
“Near-sighted not Color Blind”
“Color-Coding Diopter Strength”
For ongoing research of Try-Me resources follow…
“Try-Me Tag” for scrollable list of discussions on FixturesCloseUp
“Try-Me in Retailing Pinterest Board” for visual summary
“Try-Me Index Page” for all resources combined
For all Far-Forward Signholders in Retail resources see…
“Far-Forward Signholders Tag” for a scrolling list of discussions.
“Far-Forward Signholders Pinterest Board“ visual summary.
“Far-Forward Signholders Index Page” for all resources and links
For all Testers and Samplers research aids see…
“Testers and Samplers Tag” for a scrollable selection of posts
“Testers and Samplers Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“Testers and Samplers Index Page” for all resources