iMotions - Attention Tool Eye Tracking Software - Case Study Cadbury Shelf Test

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This Case study shows how Cadbury have received answers with regards to placing of products on the shelf in a super market. iMotions - Attention Tool has been used for this research study.

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iMotions - Attention Tool Eye Tracking Software - Case Study Cadbury Shelf Test

  1. 1. Agency: iMotions - Enabling Services Date: April - June 2009 Client: Cadbury Place: Denmark Background / Objectives: The client wanted to know the optimal space management to place the Fusion group of products and the V6 group of products in the supermarket check-out shelf. NOTE: This methodology can be used for all type of shelve, display and POS space management and to evaluate new packaging system proposals. Methodology: • Attention Tool® + Questionnaire • Target segment: 120 people (Males 50% / Females 50%) 15-39 years old • 2 Cells: (A/B) 60 people each (30 M / 30 F) • Cell A was shown “Configuration 1” to be measured by EYE TRACKING METRICS - Spotlight & Highlight. • Cell B was shown “Configuration 2” to be measured by the same metrics. EYE TRACKING METRICS Spotlight Highlight Cell A & Cell B “Configuration 1”: Fusion group of products on Top shelf “Configuration 2”: V6 group of products on Top shelf Cell A: 60 people each (30 M / 30 F) Cell A: 60 people each (30 M / 30 F) © iMotions - Emotion Technology A/S . Denmark, India, USA . info@imotionsglobal.com . www.imotionsglobal.com CONFIDENTIAL. Copyright: Cadbury Stimorol A/S. Redistribution is not permitted without written permission from iMotions. 1/2
  2. 2. Agency: iMotions - Enabling Services Date: April - June 2009 Client: Cadbury Place: Denmark Results: Spotlight Analysis: Main areas of attention and their characteristics Results: Highlight Analysis: Benchmark analysis of each shelf HIGHLIGHTS Fusion at the top (Time spent) V6 at the top (Time spent) Top Shelf 15% 12% Middle Shelf 10% 11% Discount Divider X 4% Conclusions / Learnings • The Fusion group of products get more attention than the V6 group of products no matter where they are placed (though the difference is very little). • The Top shelf gets more attention than the Middle shelf no matter which products are placed. • In general the respondents look first at the top shelf and then at the middle shelf no matter the arrangement of the products. • Whenever the Discount-Pris groceries divider is present, it is the first element to catch the attention of the respondents, gets considerable amount of attention and is looked by approximately 75% of the respondents. • The optimal space management arrangement for product visibility is to place the V6 group of products in the Top shelf and the Fusion group of products in the Middle shelf to help V6 gain more attention. © iMotions - Emotion Technology A/S . Denmark, India, USA . info@imotionsglobal.com . www.imotionsglobal.com CONFIDENTIAL. Copyright: Cadbury Stimorol A/S. Redistribution is not permitted without written permission from iMotions. 2/2

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