Kiosk

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Created: 07/11/11
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BELM DESIGNS has been commissioned to create a cardboard Point-of-Purchase display. Custom design to specifically fit the client product. As always we approach the project in a systematic way. First, a little research on the materials (Cardboard types, flute size, etc.). Then it was find how much the product would be displayed at any given time, store requirements for the kiosk, weight specifications and the list goes on. This is an early peek at the process, we always try to provide the client with some sort of physical model to evaluate.
  • Kiosk
    Design work for custom freestanding store kiosk
  • BELM DESIGNS has been commissioned to create a cardboard Point-of-Purchase display custom designed to fit the client product. As always we approach the project in a systematic way. First, a little research on the materials (Cardboard types, flute size, etc.). Then we acquired the merchant requirements for the kiosk and the approximate location the display will reside in the store. This is an early peek at the process, we always try to provide the client with some sort of physical model to evaluate.

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  • First and foremost, getting feedback on the project from the client
  • Conceptual renderings of 1 of 3 kiosk ideas
  • Designing the layout used for the cardboard Kisok Design with CAD tool.
  • Example Cardboard POP
    There is a lot of engineering that goes into making a floor standing Point-of-Purchase display. You can actually get a lot of insight from other designs.
  • Another example of a cardboard POP
    This is small compared to the display we are building.
  • Curved concept (face only) with shelving unit.
  • Concept 1: Double sided free standing display
    Concept 2: Single side end cap style display
  • Conceptual renderings
  • 1/20th Scale mockup Kiosk, cut and creased ready to fold...
  • A few adjustment to the model so we had to bring out the old creasing table and tool
  • Graphics will be added in a later version of the mockup.
  • Overhead view. Working out a few issues stability issues.

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