Tech features I Love
Tech features I Love
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Rethink the receipt—Cha-Ching! What an brilliant way to get informative content in front of patrons, further enhancing a brand's overall experience. This has so much potential, and makes this so much more than a proof of purchase for returns/exchanges, or more often wasted without ever being looked at.
Icon #97 Rethink: redesigning the receipt by BERG Studio, via Flickr
App, Idea, Magazines Design, Receipt Design, Cups Of Memorial, Posters Design, Graphics Design, Icons, Retail
rethink receipt, icon magazine #design #graphicdesign #graphics #infographic #retail #innovation
Typographic poster design
Icon’s “Rethink”: turning receipts into ‘paper apps’. Retail receipts could make the most of the information systems that modern point-of-sales machines are plugged into… Now that's what I call a receipt! source: here
Pin of the Week: Over the past few weeks, we've featured infographics as the "Pin of the Week," but this week we have a new spin on it. Icon featured an idea to turn recepits into infographics, or "paper apps." You could give useful information such as popular trends, items suggestions beased on recent purchase history, etc. What do you think? Is it a small creative way to increase engagment with potential customers or is it just a waste of paper and time? Tell us your thoughts!
Rethink the receipt Receipt design is pretty darn lame. Talk about utilitarian and meeting parity. But what if the design of the receipt was rethought, redesigned and reinvigorated? That’s exactly what Berg Studio #Graphic Design| http://home-decor-photos-albertha.blogspot.com
Little Printer | BERG Cloud
Internet Of Things, Minis Dog Qu, Puzzles, Cute Ideas, Werewolves, New Products, Palms, Printer, Cool Stuff
Little Printer just arrived. Already member of our household. Our first steps in the internet of things.
Pretty cute idea, digital to analog in a small package - Little Printer | BERG Cloud
Lots of cool stuff on this list!
Little Printer now available for pre-order • "BERG's Little Printer, a box-sized device announced last November, is ready to ship. The pint-sized printer, which connects wirelessly to the Internet, takes inspiration from traditional halftone lithography as well as pixel art. It gathers its user-defined content via a cloud-based system to deliver a personalized mini newspaper with puzzles, friend’s birthday reminders, weather info and messages from friends appearing alongside the daily news."
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