Tag Archive | "IKEA Digital Campaigns"

IKEA: The Instagram Catalogue Website

Sunday, July 6, 2014

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IKEA in Russia have created an ‘Instagram Catalogue Website’ for their latest range of products; IKEA PS 2014 (a 34 piece designer collection). And with over 15,000 followers in just a few days, it’s taking off! Here’s how it works… They’ve created an Instagram account that functions and pretty much looks like a website, using [...]

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IKEA Klippbok: An iPad Scrap Book

Sunday, December 2, 2012

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Women love scrapbooking and they also love IKEA, so mixing those two things together is sure to be a winner right? Introducing Klippbok by Ikea, an iPad App based scrap book that allows you to create just about anything, from the entire range of IKEA products, colour swatches and special ranges. So now you can [...]

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IKEA: The World’s Biggest Banner Ad

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

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I’m really glad agencies are still trying to innovate and be extra creative inside banner ads, they are begging for it as a whole, and a great banner easily becomes brilliant! Every month or so someone sends through a banner ad cool enough to post and today is that day. Presenting… IKEA’s smallest store in [...]

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IKEA: Multi-View Interactive Kitchen Stories

Monday, April 9, 2012

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I love this piece from IKEA in Russia. It’s not easy to create new, interesting ways to allow users to explore kitchens and the various accessories, but if anyone can do it, it’s IKEA, who’ve got a rich history in doing so. And again, they’ve created a new way for users to experience their kitchen [...]

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IKEA: Catch The Swedish Light Campaign

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

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Here is a really interesting way to run a competition using YouTube videos. IKEA Belgium wanted to celebrate the Swedish mid-summer vibe, a time when sales are usually pretty flat for them in Belgium, so they created a series of product based videos called “Catch The Swedish Light”. The stop motion videos showcased the latest [...]

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