The manufacturer of the products has announced that its labels will now be smartphone friendly.
CRC Brakleen manufacturer,CRC Industries, has announced that it has launched a whole new look for the packaging of its DIY penetrants and lubricants which includes QR codes to allow smartphone users to gain more information about the products.
The new packaging has already been added to the products, which are now on the shelves and bays in repair shops.
The marketing manager for the company, Dori Ahart, explained the strategy for changing the product packaging and adding QR codes by saying that “The new look is more retail-friendly, yet still easily recognizable as CRC, a brand that professionals have trusted for more than half a century.” Ahart went on to say that the new product labeling provides a prominent display of the item while highlighting its primary features.
It was pointed out that the QR codes will be important for helping customers access additional information.
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McDonald’s is starting strong in 2013 by unveiling a new set of freshly redesigned beverage cups and carry-out bags, but there’s a catch: the new designs contain a scannable QR code which, due to immensely growing popularity of smartphones enables users to more easily find our more information about the products they consume. Along with the scannable point of interest, the design of the package is oriented towards brand storytelling with appealing, trendy illustrations.
Kevin Newell, McDonald’s Chief Brand Officer stated that the new packaging is designed to enagage with
consumers in such way that it celebrates McDonald’s, as well as providing more information on nutritional values:
“Customers tell us they want to know more about the food they are eating and we want to make
that as easy as possible by putting this information right at their fingertips.” Sigue leyendo
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Se define como packaging o packages a los envases, envoltorios utilizados para empaquetar y comercializar todo tipo de productos. Su función principal es la de embalar, guardar o proteger el producto. Sin embargo el Packaging es uno de los elementos estratégicos de la mercadotecnia con los que las empresas y marcas pueden influir en las decisiones de compra de los consumidores.
Esta es una de las principales razones por las que muchas marcas se esfuerzan en desarrollar un diseño de Packaging para hacer que los productos resultes atractivos para el público y los consumidores, pues el envase es generalmente la única forma de contacto directo entre el propio producto y el consumidor.
Sin embargo, no todos los envases muestran un aspecto tradicional. En muchas ocasiones surgen conceptos novedosos y propuestas altamente creativas que pueden multiplicar el primer impacto visual que recibe el consumidor. Embalajes creativos y genuinos que marcan la diferencia y un sello de estilo e identidad única y personalizada.
Por ello, en nuestra nueva colección, nos sumergimos en el mundo del Packaging con algunas de las mejores colecciones de embalajes de productos que sin duda no te dejarán indiferente.
Posted by Gisele Muller | http://webdesignledger.com
What a better way to end the work week
than with a healthy dose of inspiration. And as we’ve mentioned before there’s nothing wrong with looking at other mediums to get inspired. So today we’re showing you some fantastic examples of package design
, where beauty and functionality are both equally important. In this collection you will find beautiful typography, color schemes, textures and layouts that might give you some ideas for your own designs. Remember to click on the images to find out more about each package and their designers.
Last week we published a post that showcased excellent examples of packaging design, and today we are taking that a step further by exploring the topic of bottle packaging and label designs. We’ll show 35 examples of beautiful examples for your design inspiration.
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Packaging design is a critical aspect of product development and can play a significant role in sales by capturing the attention and interest of customers. Products that feature effective packaging design are typically more appealing to customers than equal products with sub-par packaging. A high level of quality in the packaging often results in a higher opinion of the quality of the actual product by potential customers.
In this post we’ll showcase 30 examples of great packaging design for your own inspiration.
Sweet Revolution Caramels
Square Mile Coffee Roasters
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Dr. A. K. Pradeep, Chief Executive Officer of NeuroFocus
Every new product launch, ad campaign or package design takes significant research, time and resources to ensure success, but not every launch is successful. Suffice it to say that guess work plays a part to determine: Will it grab attention? Will it be memorable? Will it engage emotionally? And most importantly, will it drive purchase intent?
Taking the guess work out of the equation prior to launch is a marketer’s dream, which is now a definable reality with quantifiable results. Just recently the notion was put to the test to see if neuroscience could be used to help a magazine sell more copies. And the results were enlightening. Sigue leyendo
|If you’re looking for a more exclusive option than a stock Vanity Barcode design, we offer a customization option.
Custom barcodes are perfect for companies that want to own their design and be sure no one else out there has the same thing. It also allows you to tie your barcode design directly into your brand identity, giving you limitless possibilities for creative tie-ins.
|1. Elyon® Marshmallows
To carry through the fun personality of Elyon® Marshmallow’s new “mallow” mascots, we developed a series of three custom Vanity barcodes for their packaging. The barcodes alone captured the imagination of designer bloggers and got the attention of national chain store buyers who are now carrying the products.
|2. Sara Snacker™ Cookie Company
Sara Snacker™ cookies packaging had very little design space, consisting of simple clear plastic containers and labels. To add some personality to the back informational labels, we designed a barcode with a “bite” taken out of it. The fun barcode also reinforces the tongue-in-cheek tagline, “You Know You Want One!”. The newly packaged cookies got a lot of media attention including Snack of the Day on The Rachael Ray Show. They are sold in upscale stores like Zabars and Westside Market in NYC.
It’s been more than three years since we wrote about Japanese Design Barcode, with its clever and whimsical UPC designs. Proving that the idea still has plenty of merit, New Jersey-based Vanity Barcodes just launched a similar service to help businesses take advantage of what it considers the little-known marketing potential of the decorative barcode. Sigue leyendo