design:retail’s Design Challenge 2018 Invites You to Rethink BOPIS

The “buy online pickup in-store” (BOPIS) phenomenon has become a regular part of the store experience now—but the physical manifestation of BOPIS takes many forms in-store. How can the retail design community solve this problem with functional solutions while also elevating the design? You tell us! We are looking for your out-of-the-box BOPIS ideas. Submit your designs to rethink BOPIS (and/or buy online return in-store and shop to store) as part of design:retail’s Design Challenge 2018.

Entries will be accepted from everyone including retailers, brands, design firms, vendors and students, and editors of design:retail will select their favorite designs to share in the August issue of the magazine.

To enter design:retail’s Design Challenge: Rethinking BOPIS, please fill out the information on this entry form and send to Executive Editor Jessie Dowd [I’ll add a mail to link here for Jessie], along with supporting visuals—renderings, drawings, plans, etc. (file format: resolution of at least 300 dpi, JPGs preferred).

The deadline for entry forms is May 31.


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