Museums, exhibitions, and artwork take on "touch" as a primary feature
Implications - The rare nature of quality art has long-resulted in overtly exclusive and sterile forms of display, however many are seeking to overturn the relatively uncompromising nature of the industry by incorporating tactile experiences into their displays and pieces. The use of touch in art caters to the experiential interactivity that consumers not only prefer, but now expect from brands.
Workshop Question - How could your brand better incorporate interactivity into its products/services?
4 Featured, 36 Examples:
87,702 Total Clicks
Feb 16 — Aug 18
Consumer Insight Topics: