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Score: 7.9
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 15,323 Total Clicks Date Range: Jan 13 - May 14
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As gastronomy expands, consumers require ultra-precise palate satisfaction
Implications - A scientific approach is associated with prestige for consumers, which is being applied in the food industry to appeal using molecular precision. Offering appetite satisfaction that's scientifically proven, this evolution of eating marks how consumer preferences are shifting to require substantiation behind products to be truly satisfying. [More]
Score: 7.7
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 19,813 Total Clicks Date Range: Oct 12 - May 14
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Consumers obsessed with being perceived as outcasts opt for scientific jewelry
Implications - Science -- a vertical shrouded in social awkwardness -- is being accepted by the fashion-forward as an extension of the geek-chic phenomenon. As a molecular aesthetic permeates the jewelry market, consumers become proud to be included in a social group that's on the outskirts of societal acceptance. [More]
Score: 8
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 16,031 Total Clicks Date Range: Jan 14 - May 14
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As complacency to digital art rises, consumers react to science-based artistry
Implications - There is little that cannot be rendered using computer animation, but a rising influx of scientific images as art are taking precedence for their simplistic beauty. As consumers become complacent to overly processed art, a move backwards to simple images of the natural world offers educational benefits in the form of entertainment. [More]
Score: 5.1
This Quarter and Mild Top 4 Examples: 3,672 Total Clicks Date Range: Jun 13 - May 14
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Relying less on schools, parents turn to solo educational toys
Implications - The classroom environment is heavily focused on the whole rather than the individual, which is having parents look for outside options to effectively help children learn on their own. Products designed with the solo child in mind are helping to effectively teach about science through play without the need for formalized lessons. [More]
Score: 6.4
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 11,883 Total Clicks Date Range: Aug 13 - May 14
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Air purifiers get a design-focused rebuild to satisfy all needs
Implications - The social status surrounding health consciousness has evolved to a point where things that improve health must also serve as status symbols for all senses. As such, air purifiers that resemble art as opposed to functioning pieces of equipment are augmenting the industry to be satisfying for consumers that demand health, but also that want to flaunt prestige. [More]
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Score: 7.6
This Quarter and Warm Top 4 Examples: 22,508 Total Clicks Date Range: Jun 13 - May 14
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As individual health concerns rise, body-worn purifiers take precedence
Implications - As urban populations rise and pollution levels follow suit, consumer health concerns are seeing a steep incline. Brands are soothing concerns with air purifiers that are designed for the individual, more convenient use, signifying a shift in wearable, personalized technology converged with a desire for holistic health. [More]
Score: 5.7
This Year and Warm Top 4 Examples: 12,161 Total Clicks Date Range: Feb 13 - Jan 14
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Retailers turn to biological cues to deliver a faster, hyper-personal experience
Implications - While the notion of biometric technology is nothing new, the incorporation of it in the retail environment is helping to shape the experience to be both hyper-personalized as well as effectively more secure for customers and retailers alike. Focusing on the perks to get consumers excited, retailers are experiencing a surge of support for biometric software that delivers a more organic and genuine experience than what has been seen prior. [More]
Score: 6.4
This Year and Warm Top 4 Examples: 18,765 Total Clicks Date Range: Sep 13 - Jan 14
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Craving convenience, the digitalization of food is welcomed by consumers
Implications - Taking digital connections a step further, tech products that center around food help users to formalize eating, make it significantly more efficient and improve overall quality. By accepting the digitalization of food preparation, consumers embrace the further implementation of smart solutions, which hearkens a new age of tech integration and reinforces the ability for market crossovers. [More]
Score: 5.7
This Year and Warm Top 4 Examples: 5,337 Total Clicks Date Range: Mar 13 - Oct 13
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A spray format appeals to time-crunched consumers
Implications - Implications - Compact, and creating an extremely efficient user experience, products that are being reformatted as sprays are on the rise. The novelty of these products has the added benefit of attracting attention to products that may not be seen as innovative in their traditional form. [More]
Score: 5.5
Warm Top 4 Examples: 9,368 Total Clicks Date Range: Dec 12 - Jun 13
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Scientists infuse plants with more unique selling points to meet consumer demands
Implications - Today's over-saturated market calls for products with an element of novelty. This idea has extended into all industries to the point that even natural products, particularly plants, are given added benefit to attract consumers. This calls for some scientific creativity, adding a refreshing angle to the world of gardening and proving that consumers will react positively to products with truly unique selling points. [More]