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IKEA: The Social Catalogue Campaign

Monday, January 13, 2014

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Here’s a neat way to get people sharing your content, for IKEA, that came in the form of a ‘Social Catalogue’ campaign that challenged people to grab a catalogue and take a photo of your favourite pieces of furniture, before snapping a photo for your chance to win it. Sure, we’ve seen things like this [...]

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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 2013 Interactive Catalogue App

Thursday, July 19, 2012

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Here’s a nice move from IKEA to add some interactivity to their catalogues. This video shows a preview of their new app that will bring the IKEA catalogue to life with a collection of additional content for viewers. Users can download the IKEA app and use it to unlock videos, interactive experiences, photo galleries and [...]

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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 BERÖRA: The iPad Glove Kit

Monday, March 12, 2012

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Here’s a nice little campaign from IKEA in Norway to launch the iPad version of the IKEA-catalogue. They created a brand new IKEA product called “BERÖRA”, it´s a simple sewing kit with a special conductive thread to sew into the index finger of gloves. This transforms your gloves enabling them to work on a touch-screen, [...]

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IKEA: The Facebook Fan Sleepover

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

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For me, this is one of the ways social starts to get really exciting for brands, and it’s not with a cool Facebook app or innovative social play, just smart thinking combined with the drive to make it happen. So, IKEA created a seriously good PR stunt, the Facebook Fan Sleepover… After finding a Facebook [...]

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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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IKEA Happy To Bed: YouTube Social Experience

Sunday, August 28, 2011

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IKEA in the UK has launched an interactive social experience on YouTube. The above video is the ad to launch the overarching campaing around IKEA having everything to get you happy to bed, but the real fun is on their YouTube channel, where they’ve extended the idea with Facebook Connect. It starts with a room [...]

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IKEA: The World’s Most Liked Showroom

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

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IKEA do some very cool social work around the world and here is one of their simpler, but just as innovative ideas, this time around the social shopping phenomenon, created by two young advertising students Jeena and John from the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. It takes a simple notion of utilising Facebook “Like” [...]

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The IKEA 365 Campaign Case Study

Thursday, April 14, 2011

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It’s not directly digital, but cool none the less… Here is the IKEA 365 campaign case study, launched to demonstrate the range of what IKEA has on offer. The guys at Lemz created 365 unique “in store” TV ads, shooting up to 15 in a day at stages to ensure they would be far enough [...]

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IKEA “Cheers” Social Celebration iPhone App

Monday, December 27, 2010

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You would have seen a few of those gimmicky ”toast” or “cheers” apps that allow you to tap two iPhone together to make a click in celebration of something… But, this new iPhone App from IKEA takes that idea to a whole new level, just in time for New Years Eve! Firstly, you can choose from any [...]

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IKEA: 3D Chalk Art On Sydney Harbour

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

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This is a great little experiential campaign from IKEA in Sydney. To celebrate the 60th anniversary of iconic IKEA catalogues, they took to Sydney Harbour with some fresh chalk and an very cool perspective on creating a little fun around items from their 60th Anniversary catalogue. Enjoy!

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IKEA Launches Walk-in Fridge

Monday, January 11, 2010

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This caught my eye over at Blogilvy today and I couldn’t help but laugh my way back to those amazing Heineken Walk In Fridge Virals. But this time it looks like an IKEA bought walk in fridge and the only problem is trying to get it home! Loved the concept of creating an IKEA take home fridge, [...]

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IKEA: Facebook Showroom Campaign Strategy

Sunday, November 22, 2009

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Forsman & Bodenfors are known for some great creative work, and they recently devised a Facebook campaign for a new Ikea store in Malmo, Sweden. When small budgets and big briefs clash, the out come only ever heads in a single direction these days…  to Facebook! Some of the best campaign strategies are simple, and none simpler [...]

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