Design Studio Disguises Their Product On IKEA Shelves To Do Market Research [Video]
Upwell infiltrates the furniture superstore to collect some secret data on how successful its product was.
An independent design studio called Upwell recently infiltrated IKEA as a unique way to test the validity of their new product. Walhub was placed alongside other household products, complete with IKEA-inspired visuals and UPC barcodes, to see if it could attract the attention of shoppers. The company even dressed up one of their employees in an IKEA outfit so that the display could be set up properly.
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