We have a great news for you: our eYeka WorldWide Meet-Up is coming soon!! Let’s Meet-up together on Thursday, June the 20th!
We’ve grown a lot in recent years, so we thought that the next logical step for eYeka’s community would be to meet-up in different places across the globe. We have created an eYeka Meet-up page and warmly invite you to create you own Meet-ups wherever you live. To kick things off, we decided to launch three first Meetups in Paris, Singapore and Sydney.
Whether going to university, moving home, getting your first job, getting married or having children, there are challenging times in your life when you need to make smart choices while staying optimistic, honest and authentic. Beko, one of the largest providers of home appliances, believes that smart choices begin at home.
Beko needs your help to create a compelling, optimistic story and a visual to convince people that choosing the right home appliances has the power to change their lives and the world around them for the better.
Format: Pictures, illustrations, photography, sketches with text.
Today is a big day!! Why? Simply because we have a great news to announce about the winners of the Samsung contest!!
We are sure you remember this amazing creative contest where Samsung challenged you to create an engaging and original story about how S Pen or Smart Stay could have a great impact on your life, in the spirit of Samsung’s “Designed For” motto.
We had 3 winners for this contest, and we can say that Samsung was pretty amazed by the quality and the originality of all the contents they got. You can find the blog post where we shared the contest’s results HERE.
Guess what? Right now they are broadcasting the 3 winning videos on their French Website called Designed For(just check on the purple tab “Explore”).
Just to remind you, here are the winners of this contest:
Congrats to you guys! We are so proud of you. You are all so talented!! But in general, we are proud of each and every one of you, our community: you are always able to create amazing creations for brands!!
Thanks a lot and hope to give you more good news soon!!
As you know we recently released a new feature on eYeka which allowed you to view the submitted entries from other participants as long as your own entry has been accepted into that contest.
Then we’ve created a poll asking your preferences on two options: to get access to participants’ media only after the end of the contest or to have access to participants’ media from the very 1st day the contest runs live. You mostly preferred the first option and we’ve heard you!
But we also listened to our clients. From now on, there will be three kinds of contests:
Confidential contest: entries are not visible to participants on eYeka.com, simply because the brand believes the content is too important to be shared.
Private contest: contributors are allowed to see others’ works once the contest is over (note that a contributor is a participant whose entry has been accepted).
While the brand trusts you not to share the entries outside of eYeka, it is important that you be able to position yourself vs other contributors.
Public contest: entries are visible for everyone, even during the contest. This is used for social content where the brand is usually looking for maximum amplification.
How will you know which of the options is applicable?
Just take part in the contest and if the entries are not visible to you then the contest is confidential. You may also drop us an email or leave a question on the discuss tab.
We try to improve our services and your inputs are always welcome!
Keep on writing to us through the Support tab, should you want to share any more feedback or suggestions.
We recently released a new feature on eYeka which some of you may have noticed (and thought of as a bug).
Many of you have been asking why you were unable to view entries submitted by other participants in our contests…and we’ve heard you!
From now on, you are able to view the submitted entries from other participants as long as your own entry has been accepted into that contest. It means that if your entry is not accepted, then you are unable to view others’ media.
We try to improve our services and your inputs are always welcomed! To try to further understand your preferences and your expectations, please take a few seconds to answer this poll. Think twice, it’s a hard choice!
Thanks again for taking the time to share your thoughts with us.
Keep on writing to us through the Support tab or answering our Survey, should you want to share any more feedback or suggestions.
Dear creators! As you may remember, not long ago we’ve announced the winners of CarrefourSA Contest! The Jury was really delighted by the outcome of the contest, the proof is the official launch of CarrefourSA’s 20th anniversary campaign featuring design and animation of our first winnerbarisatiker! Well done, Baris!
We are very happy to share this news, as it’s for the first time when the main TV commercial is an eYeka winner animation with no editing except for voice-over and logo corrections. The 20th anniversary logo is also provided by an eYeka winner.
You could find the assets in use on CarrefourSA’s Facebook page. And here comes the winning animation. Enjoy!
It’s a great success for all of us! Don’t forget that together we can do more
Our Mizone contest ended up with great entries from you guys, so THANK YOU!
Today we are glad to announce the winners. Here they are:
First Prize of EUR 1,500 goes to lilius (France) with MIZONE – The Learning House
Second Prize of EUR 750 goes to fDunk (Ukraine) with mizone playgrounds
I feel warm inside, knowing that my creativity is bringing me abundance. I am with eyeka from May 2012, found it simply through Google.
I was always amazed by people whose creations gift other people with opportunities and an incredible way to express themselves. So, I want to gratefully thank the founders – those who created this place heartfully for true empowerment and expansion in every way.
Where else can you spend an hour to create an idea and win such a great prize?
Looking forward to new inspiring contests. See ya’ soon
Third Prize of EUR 250 goes to remake1990 (Algeria) with MIZONE get the hero inside you
A friend told me there was a video contest and showed me eYeka. I checked it and out and signed up . It’s a very cool website that gathers different creators in different segments. I like sharing my thoughts, specially those about filmmaking, or script writing ideas I really like it, and this is the reason why I participated in contests. I like ideas for tv scripts, events, stuffs like that, so this contest was about one of my favorite themes . I got really excited when i received a message in my email saying “your entry is a winner”, so i directly rushed to open it ^^ . I formed my ideas on paper. After that i shaped it using PowerPoint and converted it to PDF for better visual and aesthetic content. I don’t really know where I got my inspiration from. I just took the first ideas that came to my head, work on it and try to develop it. That’s all. Lastly, everything was done by myself
Congratulation! And for everyone who have taken a part in this contest, well done and thank you very much!
(The above means ‘Kon’nichiwa’ – ‘Hello’ in Japanese)
Stand for Japan was undoubtedly a popular contest among eYeka creators. After all, what’s not to love about Japan? The culture, the food, the history, manga, anime, and many other things make us fall in love with this country of Sakura.
Earlier this month, Asatsu-DK (ADK)and eYeka showcased the benefits of co-creation at ad:tech in Tokyo. ad:tech is an international series of events about digital advertising and technology where the marketing community meets to explore the technologies that are transforming the business. ADK is a leading advertising agency in Japan who organized the ‘Stand for Japan’ contest and they are also partner of eYeka.
One of the projects they were showing at the event was the ‘Stand for Japan’ contest. In short, this means some of your entries were being shown in public! Say yeahhh!!
Prior to this event, some of the artworks and videos you made were exhibited at the underground square of Tokyo Station from July to October 2012. Isn’t it cool?
Here’s a video showing it. It’s quite long at 19 minutes, but maybe you can leave it to buffer completely then come back and see whether you can spot your creation there
So, back to the ad:tech event. We are (very) happy to say that a lot of visitors were impressed with the quality of your creations!
Here are some pictures from the event. Enjoy! And once again, well done everyone! You deserve the recognition!
Lastly, we can’t agree more with ADK in saying that eYeka’s community is extraordinarily creative. Who knows this better than you do?