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#9 new enhancement

Designing packaging for goods and products

Reported by: ClaribelEbersbac Owned by: akaWolf
Priority: critical Component: Wiki
Version: 1.0 Keywords: ออกแบบบรรจุภัณฑ์ ออกแบบบรรจุภัณฑ์ ออกแบบบรรจุภัณฑ์
Cc: calvin_carnarvon@…


Packaging design is the process used to package products to protect them during shipping and storage, and to make sure they are easily identifiable once they reach their destination. This includes everything from the box you buy your coffee in, to the wrapping around your new smartphone.

The term "packaging design" encompasses many different disciplines including graphic design, industrial design, printing, photography, illustration, typography, copywriting, marketing, advertising, branding, packaging engineering, product development, manufacturing, logistics, supply chain management, warehousing, distribution, retailing, consumer behavior, psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics, law, politics, public relations, social media, etc.

Packaging plays a vital role in the success of a product. Whether it's a simple cardboard box or something much fancier, there are many factors to consider. In this article we'll take a look at some of those aspects.

First of all, you need identify the packaging medium. Will it be a simple customized cardboard box, or will you go for a fancy rigid box? If you're looking for a cheap solution, you might want to opt for a simple cardboard box. If you have any questions about where and how to use ออกแบบบรรจุภัณฑ์, you can get in touch with us at the web site. However, if you're looking for a premium experience, you might want to invest in a high-end rigid package. You can find out what type of package you need by taking a look at the market. For example, if you're selling a luxury item like a watch, you'd probably want a high-quality box. On the other hand, if you're selling something like a pair of shoes, you might want to stick with a cheaper option.

Once you've decided on a medium, you need to think about graphic design and packaging. How do you want to present your brand? Do you want to use a logo? Is your packaging going to feature images of the product itself? Or maybe you just want to keep things clean and simple. Whatever your preference, make sure you consider how your branding will fit into the overall look and feel of your packaging.

The next thing to consider is the color palette. This is one of the most important parts of designing packaging. What colors do you want to use? Are you aiming for a classic look, or do you want to try something different? There are lots of options here, including black & white, neon green, bold red, etc.

Finally, once you've got your colors sorted, you need to think carefully about graphics. Will you use illustrations? Will you include photos of the product? Maybe you want to add a QR code or barcode. Think about how you want to present your product and pick a style that fits best.


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