Talk about information overload- this window display I saw in Fort Lauderdale goes way above and beyond with "selling their product" The amount of window display lights that are presented are unnecessary and actually "waste energy" both for the customer/viewer and for the actual environment/electric bill/etc.
The addition of the ATM might be the only significant light that needs to be there- and it's ignored because of all the ridiculous lights that are placed in front of it.
The lights are very
Submitted by brown246 on
The lights are very distracting. Although the owners are using the lights as an "attention getter", there are too many of them, making the design cluttered and ineffective.
Submitted by Sdb13 on
I agree that is a very distracting window display and looks very tacky. It is a good example of information overload with the amount of visual lighting being presented.
This almost looks like a shop
Submitted by lnoble on
This almost looks like a shop in a foreign country
I agree that this window is
Submitted by bsi on
I agree that this window is overwhelming, but I'm guessing that their target audience, who may be under the influence of a certain herb, will find the colors and scrambled decor a gift to ponder.
Inoble- South Florida is like
Submitted by EAB91 on
Inoble- South Florida is like a foreign country, haha.
Oh my gosh, can you say neon?
Submitted by peaches on
Oh my gosh, can you say neon? That might be the most overwhelming window display I've ever seen.