The goal? To promote the House of Holland x Habitat collaboration, as well as highlighting a shoppable storefront for the new product range. Adding clickable nodes meant Punch was able to drive web traffic to the product pages, whilst also promoting the wider campaign across YouTube and the Habitat blog.
By concealing Henry Holland’s French Bulldog in the set’s mirror, it also became a competition mechanism. The audience had to explore the 360° image and find little Peggy in order to enter the competition.
Hear what the team had to say and explore the live example below.
"Using ThingLink was an exciting first for Punch Communications as an agency – working on this project with Habitat enabled us to showcase our talents in a completely new forum, and tap into 360° technology. We’re very excited at the prospect of using ThingLink again for future projects and clients!"
– Bryn Foweather, Head of Social Media, Punch Communications
Source: Habitat (click to explore live)
"ThingLink enabled us to bring to life our collaboration with The Hoxton, Holborn and House of Holland. Hosting ThingLink on the Habitat website provided us with a platform to creatively host all of our digital content for the campaign. This gave our audience an opportunity to interact with the brand in a new and unique way and heighten their engagement with our various channels including social media, blog and category pages."
– Natalie Crane, Digital Marketing Manager, Habitat
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