A pop-up lab in the Shenzhen store saw IKEA product development specialists and suppliers sharing prototypes with customers to co-create on new products in the making.
In the continuation of the ”Comfort chair for young, urban lifestyles”, the project team developed raw prototypes that were tested in a special activity with the many people.
Did you take our wood test? We’ve got the results, plus the lowdown on how and why IKEA uses engineered wood.
When it comes to creating an atmosphere with scent, there are many available options.
Join our new project to tell us how you do it.
Recently, we asked you about your living room storage need to better understand your needs and wishes and create even better products in the future. Here are some results!
Last week we ask you if you recognised any problems around cooking, eating and serving food, this is what you said.
On Tuesday morning IKEA customers discovered a new addition to the Shanghai store.
The project has come to end online, but there’s still work to do for the IKEA team!
Find out what the future holds for SKÅDIS as we wrap up the project.
Find out which piece of community feedback surprised the SKÅDIS team.
Over the last two weeks, you have helped us create better products by giving feedback on some of our prototypes.
Since launching in 2017, SKÅDIS has been a rising star in the kitchen, bathroom, home office and more. Now, it’s time to take it to another level.
In our wireless charging solutions and charging cable decluttering project, we looked on solutions to make charging our gadgets more home furnishing friendly.
After a couple of months, we’re ready to wrap up the bedtime stories project. With your great ideas, our iteration, and the comments you gave on the platform we set out to create some prototypes!
With your help, we are now closer to making ALEX even more relevant for the next ten years!
For this prototyping session, one of our colleagues went above and beyond. She headed home and redecorated her children’s bedroom.
Creativity is a way for children to have fun and be explorers using their own imagination. We couldn’t resist the chance to team up with Children’s IKEA for a new project around creativity!
The feedback we’ve received over the last few weeks was amazing and it’s now time to continue with the internal development of the new pillow to go!
Lights are something you turn off and on, right? Yes, but when you approach the concept of light fixtures from a human-centred perspective, you quickly adopt a new way of looking at them.