The Best Buy kiosk is being designed with some of the Best Buy ideals in mind. We wanted it to be in store colors (or close to it), have repetition of the Best Buy tag, and use the Best Buy font if possible. Basically we wanted a lot of Best Buy shown to people when they use the kiosk. This will get people into the whole feel of the store before the even step away from the kiosk. It is also being designed with a sense of simplicity in mind. We're not trying to put up every single on sale item in the store. Instead, we are going to display a few items from around the store that will let kiosk users see items from different departments. Since it is also a touch-screen it should be pretty user friendly as well; I think most people who come into the store are probably going to be somewhat technology literate already, so using a touch screen won't be a real challenge for most of them. The alternating of the showcased products will add another dimension to the kiosk as well. Instead of presenting the items all at once, we are presenting them in an alternating fashion. The movement will not only allow us to show other products, but it will also help draw people into the kiosk. The display of the kiosk itself will also be unique, as we are designing it to be built into a Best Buy tag shaped display which would ideally be located at the front of the store. This is another way for us to make something unique and draw people in as well.