Qualitative Research

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2 thoughts on “Qualitative Research

  1. I have thought for a long time that there must be a means of collecting similar qualitative data about customer reactions to various store design tactics. As a retail architect I have become adept at making highly visible and carefully defined environments. Nevertheless, I am often left wondering about their final legibility. A designer must know and implement a visual trigger so that sales are increased for the retailer. Identifying that trigger is more psychology than design.

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