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Get a Glimpse of our New Sustainable Design of Child Resistant Box – EPIK LOK™

In 2018, we were recognized for leading innovation in the print and packaging industry at the North American Paperboard Packaging Competition with EPIK LOK™, our child-resistant packaging solution. The EPIK LOK™ was designed to help protect children from consuming harmful substances. This child resistant box provided durability and safety, while providing a seamless user experience…

Designing An Advent Calendar With a Memorable User Experience

As the holiday season approaches, people are looking forward to all of the festivities it entails – such as opening an advent calendar each day for a pleasant surprise. However, people won’t only remember an advent calendar because of the product or gift they receive. They’ll also remember the engaging packaging and unboxing experience. JohnsByrne…

JohnsByrne Wins Multiple Awards at the 2020 PPC Competition

JohnsByrne is excited to announce our multiple award winnings at the 2020 Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC) Awards. The PPC competition aims to highlight the innovative packaging approaches that raise the bar by their members. At JohnsByrne, we continue to press the limits with our innovative technology and creative collaboration between our packaging experts in every…

Designing Packaging for Wearables: Using Packaging to Highlight Technology Innovations

Today, wearable technologies are rapidly gaining popularity for many consumer demographics – including adults, children, and new parents of infants. From baby wearable devices that measure temperature to health watches that track fitness goals and sleep patterns, wearable tech offers countless solutions for a diverse set of needs. Wearables are marketed as offering the best…

JohnsByrnes’ Packaging Process: From Concept to Completion

If you’ve decided to start working with a new print and packaging partner, you’re probably curious about what the printing and packaging development process looks like. It is important to know how each potential packaging partner runs their processes in order to determine what to expect. Below, JohnsByrne breaks down each step of our own…

Launching a Credit Card Welcome Kit: Do’s and Don’ts

In the financial industry, relationships are key and welcome kits are a unique way to build lifelong loyal customers. When done correctly, an engaging welcome kit can show a new customer just how much you value their loyalty. If they have recently acquired a new credit card, a welcome kit can leave a favorable impression…

Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Packaging Design Agency

Looking for guidance to help you determine the right packaging for your brand? Before hiring a packaging design agency, it is important to understand their true capabilities and expertise. Most packaging design agencies focus on various aspects of making a brand successful, such as brand identity, messaging, artwork, and more. It is important to ensure…

5 Ways Custom Cannabis Packaging Fits Your Product & Brand

Photo Credits: Fluresh Cannabis is a $6 billion, fast growing, highly competitive industry. In order to address the needs of the increasing demand for medical and recreational cannabis, new products are being developed and launched constantly. In this post, we’ll cover how brands can customize their packaging to fit their products while also creating a…

Why Brands Should Work with an ISO 9001:2015 Certified Packaging Supplier

When looking for a packaging supplier brands should consider several factors – whether the supplier is certified being one of them. ISO 9001 is a quality management system certification created by the International Organization for Standardization. These standards are specifications for products, services and systems that are used to guarantee quality, safety and efficiency. In…

Increasing the Efficiency of Your DTC Packaging – Tips from Our Packaging Experts

As more brands opt for e-commerce, it’s critical that packaging is adapted to be efficient and deliver a high-quality product to consumers’ doorsteps. According to a 2018 report from PMMI, 58% of consumers would consider purchasing from a competitor or simply refuse to purchase again if they receive a damaged or broken product. It’s no…