Have you ever stopped by listening to the window design of Selford Ridge, Bloomingdale or the Paris Spring Group? Have you ever wondered why you would push the opaque glass door of the ruins of Comme des Garcons on the streets of Saint Honore, Paris and then go in? Maybe we are attracted by the complexity of the window design, or is it a simple window design concept that has caused our curiosity? These can make the customer to open the door to go into the store, that is, those who have mastered the commodity visual arts store.
Visual marketing is a platform that is highly used by many brands to promote merchandise to customers. Those who master the visual skills of goods are very sought-after in the industry, because they know how to develop a visual marketing strategy for goods, and it applied in the promotion of products, promotional store services, and even create a customer put it down products table of Contents. This is the first contact with the customer, we call it "silent sales."
Most people know the window design, and commodity visual design is a more complex knowledge, because it generally requires not only props and external decoration, but also need to understand the interior design. One of the examples we almost do not notice but actually being used is the lights that are placed next to the cashier and will automatically change the intensity of the light with the light of the sun's brightness and the customer's impulse to buy the product. Design of one of them, and its ultimate goal is: in every square foot of the retail sales will be maximized.
IFA Paris's mission is to provide every student with the latest academic and academic courses that are closely related to the industry, so we work with the Florence partner: Academia Italiana to create this unique Bachelor of Arts in Visualization.
With IFA Paris's first campus rotation, students enrolled in visual undergraduate programs will have the opportunity to study in Florence and Paris. The two cities in the fashion industry can provide students with different but complementary learning opportunities to enable them to create new and unrestricted ways of thinking.
This three-year course structure is equivalent to the level of higher education in the level of 3. The curriculum is designed to comply with and conform to the principles of the Bologna Convention and will award participants a total of 180 credits (60 credits per year) after the course participant completes the course.
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