Packaging Structures and Shapes
The structure and shape of your packaging can be just as important as the design elements. The packaging structure and shape can help communicate the product’s features, make the product more convenient to use, and make the product stand out in the marketplace.
A. Common packaging structures
There are several common packaging structures, including bottles, jars, tubes, and compacts. Each structure has its advantages and disadvantages and should be selected based on the product’s needs and target market.
B. Factors to consider when choosing a packaging structure
When selecting a packaging structure, consider the product’s viscosity, shelf life, and intended use. Additionally, the packaging structure should be convenient to use and store.
C. Importance of sustainability in packaging design
Sustainability is becoming an increasingly important factor in packaging design. Consumers are becoming more aware of the impact that packaging has on the environment, and many are choosing products that are packaged in environmentally-friendly materials. When possible, consider using sustainable materials and processes in your packaging design. This can include using materials that are biodegradable, recyclable, or made from renewable resources. Additionally, consider ways to reduce waste in the packaging process, such as using minimal packaging or designing packaging that can be reused.