What is Multisensory Design?

Multisensory design incorporates more than one sense (touch, smell, sound, sight and taste) in its design to trigger emotion and memory to heighten the customers’ experience.

The most memorable experience has always been multi-sensorial. I’m sure all of us have at least one great memory associated with food. Think about a time when you ate food that tasted like your grandmother’s home-cooked dinner. I’m sure this has invoked a memory from when you were younger which made you think about all the good old times. Have you ever wondered why? This is because food is a complete multisensorial package in itself- from touch, smell, sound, sight and taste.

Therefore, taking advantage of the multisensorial experience is one of the smartest ways for brands to trigger emotions and maintain engagement with your clients. Regardless of which industry you are in, multisensory marketing is accessible to you. It is a powerful method to make your engagement with your clients a memorable and impactful one. Even if you involve just one more sense in your design, this will dramatically change the experience of your customers.

Think of it this way- the more you connect emotionally with your customers, the more likely they are to remember your brand. This is where we can assist you. At Inetolgift, our expertise is in incorporating your branding with multisensorial products and designs to ensure both the giver and receiver have a memorable experience.

If you are looking for premium corporate gifts which incorporate multisensory design, look no further. At Inetolgift, it is our core mission to help you connect and build better lasting relationship with your clients, customers and employees through gifting.

Here are some examples of our multisensorial gifts, pre-curated by Inetolgift Senseis:
1. Wireless Charging Notebook- perfect writing and charging solution

2. Kingsons UV Sterilizing Backpack -Storage and Disinfection Travel solution

3. Brandcharger Ascend- Ergonomic foldable laptop stand

Contact us today to find out how we can curate something special together which will get your recipients excited and remember for a long time.





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