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About the Space Report

The Space Trend Report presents an expansive look at innovations related to the solar system. With our crowd-sourced research, companies can gauge how the Earth, space exploration, the stars and images of space are impacting consumer tastes as well as product design. In our report, users will have access to hundreds of trends in fashion, tech and design inspired by telescope images, science fiction and more.

Who It's For

This report is ideal for those looking for inspiration in product design, tech innovation and avant-garde fashion.

Go beyond conventional market research and help cultivate a competitive advantage in product development and marketing strategies with the Space Trend Report.

The Space Trend Report, last published on Oct 22, 2014, includes 492 PRO Trends and 2,460 examples of space market research and space consumer trends related to: solar system, earth, space exploration, stars, images of space and space trends.

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Our space research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced space articles and 2,112,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 492 Space PRO Trends = 492 Powerpoint Pages Space PPT Report
• 2,460 Space Examples

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• 344 Space Videos (Online) Space Videos
• 14,760 Space Images (Online) Space Images
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Sample Space Pro Trends

Each Space PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online space articles, videos and images. Examples:

Frosty Tourism Prioritizing adventure, travelers seek out destinations with extreme climates Implications - Moving away from typically warm travel destinations, consumers are turning to more extreme climate conditions for experiential appeal. Seeking out places like Iceland that are known for unpredictable and chilly weather, travelers are willing to brave harsh conditions in exchange for more contrast from their everyday.
Frosty Tourism
Prioritizing adventure, travelers seek out destinations with extreme climates
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Communal Architecture Architectural styles shift to support the rise of a share-friendly culture Implications - As consumers come to prefer sharing culture rather than ownership for large items like vehicles, that same mentality is shifting towards home ownership. Instead of purchasing a private dwelling, the shift towards owning a partially shared space is supporting a preference for communal living and enforced social interaction.
Communal Architecture
Architectural styles shift to support the rise of a share-friendly culture
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Interactive Nutrition Making health foods fun, brands adopt engaging packaging designs for allure Implications - Encouraging healthy eating can be a challenge, particularly for picky eaters like kids. Seeking to add a more engaging element to nutritional goods, health brands are adding a sense of play through interactive packaging and aesthetics. This reflects a need for a more engaging approach to nutritional consumption.
Interactive Nutrition
Making health foods fun, brands adopt engaging packaging designs for allure
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Rural Prefab Consumer preference for modular design sparks mobile retreats Implications - The ability for consumers to have their own rural retreat is being supported by prefab cabins and cottages. As the search for cost and time-effective solutions for vacationing becomes more prevalent, the rise of rural prefab structures is making the concept of second home ownership more feasible for consumers.
Rural Prefab
Consumer preference for modular design sparks mobile retreats
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Conference Adaptability Office calls are taken up a notch with dual-functional tech devices Implications - Seeking to strengthen office morale, workplaces are reinventing how traditional activities like meetings are presented. Adding an element of entertainment to conference calls, employees are turning to speakers and mobile accessories that double as communication devices, combining peer-to-peer interaction with a desire for more adaptable and stimulating methods of workplace engagement.
Conference Adaptability
Office calls are taken up a notch with dual-functional tech devices
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Multisensory Marketing A desire to connect with consumers has brands targeting different senses Implications - Seeking to interact with consumers on a deeper level, brands are turning to campaigns that target different senses. Integrating features like touch and smell into their advertisements, brands are using dynamic campaigns to encourage user participation, reflecting a desire for marketing tactics that go above and beyond aesthetic interest.
Multisensory Marketing
A desire to connect with consumers has brands targeting different senses
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Communal Disconnect Consumers turn to public spaces to digitally detach Implications - Offering a social alternative to digital isolation, retailers are transforming public spaces into anti-internet zones for communal appeal. Seeking to maintain social interaction, consumers are turning to cafes and outdoor areas that block WiFi access and smartphone signals, allowing consumers to detach from online behavior without sacrificing peer-to-peer engagement.
Communal Disconnect
Consumers turn to public spaces to digitally detach
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Street Art Sentimentality Seeking public reaction, artists target consumer emotions for impact Implications - Moving beyond shock value and anti-establishment sentiment, street artists are using romantic imagery to draw emotion from viewers. Referencing themes like love, artists are using public spaces to send a more heartfelt message to viewers.
Street Art Sentimentality
Seeking public reaction, artists target consumer emotions for impact
4 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 486 more Space PRO Trends and 2,460 examples!



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