The Bad Layout and Design of some stores

Infrastructure

by Anton Kemp | Aug. 21, 2018
People leave stores, because they struggle to find their way to a product, how can we make people find their way to products quicker ?

How can we help people find a easier and quicker way to a certain product they are looking for if they are in a rush? 

 

1.Do we use tablets in big stores where products is difficult to find

2.Do we use signs

3.Do we put different departments in separate rooms 

 

or what can we do so that people can find a quicker and easier way to a certain product ? 

  • Fred Schmidt Nov. 1, 2018, 3:12 p.m. PDT
    Such a simple solution in today’s times it’s a ridiculous issue to put down. With the internet and everyone carrying cell phones, all that needs to be done is to put all sku’s, product name and description on an internet site with location isle #, side 1 or 2, and section A (Front), B(Middle), or C (Back). Customer puts in product name, sku, or description and they get a simple description back: Isle 10, side 2, section C. Customer can go directly to the location. To expedite the issue, the customer can put their shopping list into the program and it can put everything in order so you can pick up all items in order starting from isle 1, then broken down by A, B, C, and finally by side 1 or 2. This way when picking your order it’s all setup for quick picking from isle to isle. As products get added or removed it’s done by computer and simple. Never understood why companies never set their stores up for simple customer use!!!
  • Denis Bill Sept. 3, 2018, 12:33 a.m. PDT
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  • Kashyap Gohel Aug. 21, 2018, 11:27 p.m. PDT
    A map for large stores, signs for smaller stores.