Hackers Help hackerhelpmoved

Published on February 24th, 2007 | by Jules Yap


ikeahacker forums now open!


you can now post your hacker help questions in the forums, rather than email me. hopefully, you’ll be able to get your advice, ideas, solutions and answers much faster.

to fully access the forum, you’ll need to register yourself – it’s quick and painless. all it takes is a username and email and you’re off and running. you’ll get to post, reply, vote and send private messages to other users. do drop by the watercooler and introduce yourself as well. it’ll be great to finally get to know you.

for starters, i’ve posted some questions i’ve received such as:

also, i’ve decided to move the genius ikea hack contest submissions to the forum. don’t email me – just post ‘em there. to kick things off, i’ve posted tay’s super shelf. go check it out. you still have a bit of time before the contest ends – so post your ideas pronto to win prizes.

besides that, i thought it was time for a new look, so i’ve made a new banner out of ikea’s assembly man! :) and also improved the search system with hacks now listed in categories on the right side bar.

phew! seems like there’s a lot happening. skip on over and have fun at the ikeahacker forums. see you there.

- jules

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The Author

Jules Yap

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

4 Responses to ikeahacker forums now open!

  1. learn share says:

    The besr hack is when you accomplished your projects. Installing ikea METOD kitchen is one of them Installing Ikea Kitchen METOD system in 10 minutes. Greetings.

  2. lavale says:

    It doesn’t exist anymore?
    Where could I post a hacker help question?

  3. Jake Davis says:

    Hey I am wondering about a specific product we are designing and we have a survey to see what the public think would you mind answering?

  4. need help to create a rolling keyboard stand that holds 45 lbs. Its 24″ high by 50/12″ wide by 12 – 13″ deep.
    very simple

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