Woven Image is hitting the sweet spot with an online campaign that invites participants to create – and possibly win – their own HexTile!
November 28th, 2011
In the past 2 weeks. Woven Image’s Facebook ’Likes’ have grown by a whopping 600% or from 1,500 to 11,500, thanks to its latest ’Create and Win a HexTile Design’ campaign, which is creating a mega buzz online.
Participants are invited to design their own HexTile with an easy to use online tool. And very simply, the work with the most ’Likes’ on the company’s Facebook page wins!
As for the prize, the winner gets to take home an actual HexTile design (maximum size of 4m x 3m).
The very nature of the newly launched HexTile product lends itself to such fun experimentation. The self-adhesive hexagon tiles have multifunctional uses: one can create a graphic image or a multi-coloured pixelated feature wall or even a coloured pin board – the easy to install product encourages individual creativity in its application.
A new EchoPanel product developed in collaboration with Bangdesign, HexTile is Green Tag certified and is available in all 12 colours from the 12mm EchoPanel range.
Just recently, we also announced how Woven Image had swept away 2 accolades at the 2011 Australian Mobile Awards for its iPhone and iPad app.
That piece of news, coupled with the response to its latest campaign is doubtlessly a great indicator that the company is hitting the mark when it comes to engaging a more tech savvy and younger audience of designers, architects as well as students of design on a global scale!
The competition ends on 6 December 2011. To participate, visit the Woven Image HexTile contest page.
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