Conjoint analysis is employed to explore the possibility that certain design principles affect the aesthetic value of Point-of-Purchase (POP) materials. Nine versions of three different POP stands were used for the experiment. Results show that the three different design principles ('proportion', 'focal point' and 'unity') had important yet varying effects upon people's perceptions of 'attraction' when utilized on different POP stands. The study also revealed homogeneity in preferred levels of the three design principles.
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Publication date: 2003-01-01
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