The simple truth is: packages sell products. Whether it is wine, boardgames, sandwiches, or books, people look at packages, and are drawn to what is inside them, so designing one is equal parts cool and hard. To give you a bit of design inspiration, and get those creative juices flowing, we have set out to make a list; a list that is comprised of some of the most creative package designs we could find out there.Continue reading
Package design may not sound too glamorous, but we suspect everyone’s been wowed once or twice in their life by an unusual and cool way to present a fairly unremarkable product. Here are some of our most recent finds in the world of package design for 2013. We found that it’s important to tell a story through well-designed characters or somehow awaken people’s collector’s streak through well-designed, quality elements of pop culture. We hope they’ll inspire your present (and future) design endeavors.Continue reading
If I were to choose one of the most important lessons I’ve learned so far about what it takes to be a successful designer, I would clearly go for the fact that the best sources of inspiration are always the most unconventional or unusual ones.
A good mix of design resources, attractive colors, unusual shapes and some striking graphics is the key to a successful product.
And that’s what this collection of 15 extremely creative packaging examples that I’ve put together for you guys is all about.
Starting with November and early December, most of the products in stores get a new “look”, they are “dressed” in a holiday outfit. You can’t help but see a lot of red, the specific color of Christmas, on almost all the products. Besides that, we see a lot of package designs with snow flakes, Santa, reindeers, Christmas globes, snowmen, gift boxes and Christmas trees. I personally like to see the winter edition of a product because it usually has a colored, funny or out of the ordinary design.Continue reading
The primary goal of a package design is to attract customers’ attention. In today’s market place, it’s not enough to simply inform the customer through the package of the product, you need to impress him by being creative.Continue reading