Sizzix has launched a mobile consumer sharing app
By Mark Hayhurst 07 Dec 2018
Creativity goes mobile with a brand-new app for makers that delivers creative inspiration and community engagement in the palm of their hand.
Sizzix, the pioneer and worldwide market leader of creative die-cutting products, is taking a fresh approach to consumer engagement with the launch of a new app that facilitates community interaction and sharing for makers.
The app, which is available for both iOS and Android phones and tablets, is now available for download in the UK, EU and rest of world regions, with launches in the US planned for the future.
Fiona Lloyd, vice president of global marketing & product development, said: “Every region has unique needs. By focusing our efforts, we can ensure that each community is served by the best product possible.”
The new app allows consumers to participate in the Sizzix community through a personalised, interactive experience. App users can share photos of their makes, follow favourite makers, and like, comment and save submissions by others. They can also post questions, share helpful tips and tricks and earn achievement badges for their activity in the app.
The app includes a barcode scanner that provides instant access to inspirational content including project ideas, videos, how-to and other community content.
Lloyd added: “When a consumer sees a product in a shop or at home they’ll be able to scan it with their mobile and discover a whole collection of creative ideas for how to use it. It’s a great tool that will help customers make purchasing and creative decisions.”
Users can also access a complete list of Sizzix stockists in their area through the app, making it even easier than ever before to purchase their favourite Sizzix dies, tools and accessories.
“Sizzix has always supported our creative community,” said Fiona Lloyd. “This app is just one more way we can help bring makers together to learn from each other and share inspiring ideas. It’s a fun and easy way for customers to get all the Sizzix resources they need, right there.”