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Influencer Kits – The Right Package Design

In the age of social media, so-called “influencers” seem to make up the next generation’s equivalent of celebrity endorsements. Although there is no broadly agreed-up definition of an influencer, these people tend to be individuals who have garnered a significant following on social media and are trusted by their followers as an expert or authority…

3 Steps to Streamlining Your Packaging to Fit Multiple Product Lines

Developing the packaging for one product is no simple task, but what about when you need packaging solutions for multiple product offerings under a single brand umbrella? Whether you offer multiple products under a single product line or multiple lines, you need to be able to customize and modify your packaging to fit your different…

The Folding Carton Manufacturing Process

A cornerstone of secondary packaging is the paperboard folding carton. Paperboard stock is specifically formulated to crease easily and some stocks are purchased for their crack resistance properties. The most significant advantage of folding cartons is that they can be shipped flat and then assembled upon arrival, making them an incredibly space efficient alternative to…

Packaging Colors: What They Say About Your Brand

At JohnsByrne, we understand that when it comes to the communication function of packaging, color is one of the most significant components for attracting customers. Visible from a greater distance than other elements, such as copy, shape and graphics, color is vital to packaging. The greatest reason for this is that the psychology of color…

Personal Care Packaging Design Trends

Personal care is evolving, taking its cue from nutraceuticals and cosmetics to create interest and appeal on the shelf. When it comes to personal care packaging, eye-appeal and functionality are both exceptionally important. With a focus on men as well as women, personal care packaging design is transforming, taking the best from other industries and…

How Packaging Influences Consumer Behavior

In the modern world, consumers are faced with an ever-increasing number of purchasing decisions and alternatives. The typical American supermarket carries more than 30,000 products, all competing for consumer attention. In most cases, a typical 30-minute shopping session is all the time companies have to attract, excite, establish value, and sell their product. With so…

Print Finishing Options for High-End Cosmetics

High-end cosmetics have a great deal of competition. Not only are they included in the highly competitive, heavily-saturated health and beauty category, to appeal to consumers, the product must stand out as being luxury and high-end at first glance. To meet consumer and category demands, high-end cosmetic brands need to ramp up creativity and print…

Why Experiential Packaging Allows Consumers to Connect to Products Better

Regardless of whether a company sells their products online or in retail stores, brands need to connect the packaging with the product to boost sales and drive customer loyalty. According to an NPD study, when asked how they like to shop for products, the number one answer from consumers was the ability to self-test without…

Combining Structure & Design in Packaging Creation

The development of effective, impactful packaging for a new product necessitates the collaboration of a talented and dedicated team, including brand experts, marketers, packaging engineers, creative designers, and print vendors, to name a few. For a packaging solution that will simultaneously protect, showcase, and advertise your product, you’ll need a team with extensive experience and…

Packaging – A Brand’s Most Important Marketing Tool

You know what makes your product exceptional and unique, but the average consumer in a retail venue might not. The goal of marketing is to develop your brand and make it appeal to consumers, and the packaging you choose plays an integral role in this process. Nothing defines the image or solidifies a consumer’s impression…