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Best Way to Violate an In-Store Color Code Scheme

What happen if you go it alone, and decide to violate the color coding conventions of your host store? Here you see it helps this “Pockit” Stoller point-of-purchase display stand out, and possibly sell out, since the item itself is nowhere to be seen. Because Babies R Us® store color codes range so far, Pockit uses a Paver pattern to define its merchandising space. It seems the “Try Me” portion of the carpeted Floor Graphic worked well, because someone did elect to walk off with the merchandise. Follow additional Case Study threads via links farther below.

CASE STUDY: How To Color Code An Entire Store…
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Best Way to Violate A Store-Wide Color Code Scheme

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