Its all in The Packaging.

Not ALL, but certainly a lot is in the packaging.
We’ve all been guilty of buying things because the box looks nice.

The box is what you see of a product, before you decided buy the product.

The box implies:
The little details on the box;
How the box looks on your website;
What the box says;
What it feels like;
How like-able it is;
Assuming your product comes in a box, that is.
If it doesn’t, it’s even more important to design its packaging well.
It could be an idea that you need to package;
A policy;
A person;
Your brand;

Good packaging is a simple way to gain some competitive edge.
And complicated in the details that need to work seamlessly for a
packaging to be attractive.

Consider these simple factors when you’re
looking to design packaging for your products.

1. Brand Identity: Is it reflecting your brand effectively?

2. Visibility: The human mind and eye innately
have the capacity to differentiate between ordinary and different.

3. Information: Does it say the right things.

4. Protection: And for all practical reasons,
Packaging is what saves a product from wear and tear in handling.
It matters, a lot how a particular product lands on a consumer’s lap
and this impacts consumer perception of the brand.
In the end, packaging is a major reason that helps
a person decide to buy or not, giving it a competitive advantage.

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And getting fatter than ever.
It is a graphic series of images
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Stretch your legs, or cross them,
Listen to jazz or punk.
Wear some clothes, or not.
Nobody cares!
Our workspace is fun, quirky, maybe a little weird.
It is certainly not ordinary.
This is where our creative process begins.
This is how our creative process begins – 
from the energy in our room, with our people,
our strange corners filled with stuff we’ve been hoarding,
and book-filled walls, posters and fliers strewn around,
with little room to breathe.



How does your Brand greet people?

Do you sound like a
‘Hello, how are you?’
‘Whats up?’
‘I don’t like you much, don’t bother saying hello’

What tone do you speak in?
Is it approachable, uppity,
quirky, like-able, annoying, nagging,
How do you sound through
your ads, posts, films, press reviews?