More packaging works discovered on display at local stores. These packaging were designed here but production by printers in China.
Swag-tags are convenient branding tools for products that does allowed purchasers to touch and feel its material and texture. Having just enough space on a piece of card for all product details (pricing and bar-code) for transaction to be done. Also image features on the tags describes how this tools being use.
Same thought were behind the design of this box packaging for the drying mat. A die-cut hole on the box allowed purchaser to feel the surface of the mat, yet covered the rest of the mat for dust and hand stain. The box design allowed products to be hang on a rack for display, for maximum shelf exposure on this relatively light item.
Packaging design not only attracts consumers' eyes, but also provide sufficient info to push forward the purchase. It protects the products during transportation and extend shelf life.
Another project accomplished.
The third volume of ChungWah Magazine had been published on November 2, 2011. Please feel free to take a read about my post on this project, and you may download the e-magazine too.
Your feedback on the visual design of the magazine layout is very much appreciated!
CARL's CITE is now in "LinkedIn" ~ look forward for professional networking with like-mind designers and entrepreneurs!
First post after the site being completed. Looking forward to all the comments and feedback from you guys.
DESIGN ing is not only a job or a profession, but also a way of living. it's like air and water which are essential for life, but yet often neglected by many.