A team of students from Dunwoody College of Technology Design & Graphics Technology have earned two first place awards in the Annual Student Packaging Design Competition (hosted by the Association of Independent Corrugated Converters (AICC)). Read more…
There isn’t a product in the world as universal as still water. No matter where you go or what brand you buy, in essence, all water is roughly the same: it looks the same and it tastes, more or less, the same. Find out what is so attractive about packaged drinking water!
Few brands bother with personalized packaging. That’s a shame because a level of personalization in packaging really appeals to customers. Your own name on a bottle of shampoo, for instance, is surprisingly effective in creating an emotional bond between the product and the consumer. Find out what’s so great about personalized packaging!
Packaging has to look good on the shelf in order to sell, yet it has to do more than that. Packaging has to deal with certain safety issues, too. Food packaging, for instance, has to preserve the product inside, while products containing harmful chemicals have to be child proof. Not to mention the transport safety requirements modern day products have to meet. What are the most important packaging safety issues?
What if we could use one of the few materials planet earth will never grow short of: sand? With sand as the prime resource material for packaging, ecological challenges would disappear overnight as sand is clean and 100 percent recyclable! What if we told you sand packaging already exists? What is sand packaging? Learn all about it here!
Since the ’70s, the design of tin can pull tabs has remained mostly unchanged. Now WingTab is introducing a new kind of tab that might make a huge impact on the beverage packaging industry. Most notably, it’s a lot larger than your traditional tab, which, according to the company, makes it easier for the consumer to open. More importantly, though, the new tab creates all kinds of marketing opportunities that were previously simply impossible. Will this invention offer new marketing opportunities?