Rebranding a company is more than just changing the packaging and logo. It also requires a new way of thinking about the products you wish to sell and changing the image consumers have in their head of your brand. The rebranding process is one that needs to be handled with care so as not to alienate your customer base. Yet some perseverance is also necessary in order to succeed. This article will explore what it takes to successfully rebrand a company. Learn what it takes to successfully rebrand your company!
Why does the look of certain brands seem more highbrow to us than others? It’s a question artist and former designer Peddy Mergui explores in his recent exhibition ‘Wheat is Wheat is Wheat’: “(it’s) meant to highlight the challenges a designer faces when tasked with promoting economic interests while remaining true to his or her own moral compass.” At the same time the exhibition holds up a mirror for consumers who perhaps attribute too much value to luxury brands. Find out more about the role of luxury brands and packaging.
Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. But when it comes to packaging, beauty means big business. With customers making split-second purchasing decisions, the striking beauty of packaging makes or breaks the brand. As a part of that X-factor, color is a crucial component in the way a brand’s packaging is perceived. Read more…
Creating valuable and effective packaging for your product is a big investment and requires a lot of work. Yet, even with all the energy that goes into designing, producing and testing packaging formats, mistakes often go by unnoticed. So then what? How can you save brand equity when a flawed packaging design hits supermarket shelves? What to do to save brand equity after a mistake? Read all about it here.
Packaging designers are well aware of the importance of packaging for brand equity and sales, yet what about secondary packaging? For instance, if you buy a drink at your local supermarket it comes in a bottle carrying a logo you can easily recognize. But what does the crate look like the supermarket keeps the bottles in? Usually it’s a simple packaging concept with no branding whatsoever. Not a good idea, according to a recent study conducted by Clemson University and Rehrig Pacific Company. Read all about secondary packaging and how it can boost sales!