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Making the most of small spaces - The Seattle Times

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Making the most of small spacesThe Seattle TimesBoth Mary Douglas Drysdale, a Washington, D.C.-based interior designer, and Schmidt recommend as much light, natural or artificial, as possible. Mirrors can bounce extra light around a room.

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Celebrity Interior Designer Jennifer Adams Partners With Covington Fabric and ... - PR Newswire (press release)

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Target turns to YouTube to reach Millennials

Target turns to YouTube to reach Millennials | Interior Design | Scoop.it

The young girl in T-shirt and shorts paces up and down her dorm room, occasionally stopping to vault herself on top of the bunk bed and then back down again.

 

For four days last month, Target live-streamed five YouTube personalities as they mused, joked, ate, slept and generally passed the time in makeshift dorm rooms outfitted with products sold by the Minneapolis-based retailer.

 

Not quite commercial, not quite reality, Target's digital experiment, dubbed Bullseye University, represents its most ambitious attempt to penetrate the digital universe of college students.

 

By scrolling over each room on BullseyeUniversity.com, viewers could also activate pop-up boxes that give information about the merchandise and links to purchasing them on Target.com.

 

Brian Kelly, a retail consultant and former top marketing executive at Sears, says live-streaming Millennials interacting with Target products gives Bullseye University an air of relevance "that's not as creepy" as other voyeuristic projects....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 13, 2013 1:54 PM

Shades of big brother is still an interesting social marketing case study and an innovative attempt to reach young consumers by Target.

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Internship, Fashion, Interior Design, Marketing, NaNa Boutique ...

Internship, Fashion, Interior Design, Marketing, NaNa Boutique ... | Interior Design | Scoop.it
Executive Summary NaNa Bo Boutique is an African style Boutique which offers exotic west African clothing with an American twist. From jewelry, african style fabric, and Pottery. Nana Bo Boutique brings all unique West ...
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