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  • ‘Show Me My Home’ makes e-commerce more tangible
  • ‘Show Me My Home’ makes e-commerce more tangible
    Brooke Cagle (2018) ©
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‘Show Me My Home’ makes e-commerce more tangible

Trawling through pages and pages of home goods online can be more of a hassle than a convenience. Shaking up this model is Show Me My Home, an e-commerce concept from P&G that aims to bring the experiential elements of brick-and-mortar online to make it more intuitive.

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