- THE MAGAZINE
- CONSUMER INSIGHT
- PRODUCT PACKAGING
- DESIGN GALLERY
At Perception Research Services (PRS), we are fortunate to assess hundreds of new packaging systems each year, for both new products and restages of existing brands.
Our areas of specialty — luxury food and beverage — have seen an explosion of new brand introductions in recent years.
The level of choice consumers face in stores today is unprecedented, compared to the options available just three or four decades ago.
Supposedly, behind every great man is a great woman, and certainly, behind every great leader is a great team. Just as inspiration is no respecter of time, it also does not care what title a person holds.
A prominent trend has been to contemporize packaging by making it simple. Clutter isn’t desirable, but in the haste to keep it clean, is packaging being oversimplified?
I started out as a package designer in 1960. Magic Marker was the medium, and beautiful and trustworthy was the message.
We all recognize the beginning signs — a little tickle in the back of the throat, a sniffle and that subtle feeling of fatigue — that moment before a full-blown cold hits.
Sustainability is a notion that spans the entire packaging life cycle.
Brian Richard, director, consumer and customer insights, MWV, and Steve Kazanjian, director, global creative, MWV, point out a current mindset on packaging and the danger with that way of thought.
Sustainability is quickly becoming the next great innovation in business.
BRANDPACKAGING’s packaging conference returned for a tenth year with a focus on a single message: Make It Matter.
On-Demand Packaging Matters™ is MWV’s study of the role of packaging in product satisfaction. In its second iteration, the research has expanded to 10 markets: China, India, Brazil, Russia, Turkey, South Africa, U.K., Germany, Japan and the U.S. We study packaging because it matters to brand owners, retailers and consumers around the world. Packaging impacts shopping behavior, influences product satisfaction and motivates consumers in global markets in different ways.
Design Gallery Volume 11 is not just a study in good design. It’s a look at how packaging can successfully demonstrate structural and graphic innovation, make strong shelf impact, meet consumer, shopper and retailer needs and support and convey the brand story