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It’s been almost ten years since WALL-E first melted our hearts, but it seems the recycling robot is now facing some competition. In terms of recycling capabilities, that is. Clarke, a cardboard recycling robot developed by AMP Robotics and nicknamed after inventor Arthur C. Clarke, is not nearly as cute as WALL-E. But boy, can […]
Don’t you just love comparing paint swatches, ‘having a spin’ at the Pantone colour wheel, flipping through hundreds of books and magazines, … and then suddenly finding that perfect hue? If so, then you owe a big thank you to Edward Forbes. As the director of Harvard University’s Fogg Art Museum from 1909 to 1944, […]
Have you met Freddy? Freddy’s a tortoise. This is his story …
In today’s cloud-centric world, if you find yourself with disparate systems that aren’t talking to each other as well as they should, you’re not alone. Getting a cloud platform to work with a local one, or a CRM system to feed into its finance counterpart, isn’t impossible – it just needs the right mix of […]
Studies have shown that obesity will soon be the world’s number one health problem, overtaking famine. Experts estimate that more than one billion people will be obese by 2030. The cause? A monotonous diet that consists mainly of carbs and processed foods. Many people simply can’t tell a bad food choice from a healthy one, […]
Are you always racing against the clock to finish your orders in time while striving for that perfect contour cut? Read on and find out how a Kongsberg plotter cutter helps you deliver perfectly finished results at an unsurpassed speed.
Are you interested in product development, do you have great communication skills and are you up for travel? If you answered ‘yes’ to all three questions, becoming packaging engineer might just be your career of a lifetime! Find out what it takes to become a packaging engineer and learn more about the major job duties.
When it comes to being creative with cardboard, at Ernest Packaging Solutions they really pull out all the stops.
Bigger isn’t always better. In fact, your product might benefit from a smaller package design. Your consumers might respond better to “on the go” packages, while retailers with limited shelf space are likely to find a better spot to display your product. Let’s explore three interesting benefits of small size packages.
Glass jars can be a pain to open, especially if you’re dealing with a vacuum-sealed one. Sometimes you wish you could just smash a hammer into the thing, don’t you? Now, if young designer’s hands have problems opening jar caps, imagine the frustration of parents and grandparents across the globe? That’s why Crown Holdings came […]
In order to help packaging designers better understand their target audience, brands regularly conduct research studies. The theory of these studies is great, the reality is sometimes less impressive. These studies are often fielded by entities that are not experts in the nuances of package design. The findings lack the direction necessary to drive a successful […]