How to pack your product correctly

Packaging should be easy to use

Make sure the packaging protects the product from damage

Pay special attention to choosing a color palette for product packaging

Typography can be used to create a mood on a package

Use quality packaging materials, they can convey a positive story about your product

Use templates that reflect your brand assets, not just your packaging

Custom templates will add a great element to your packaging design by adding interesting colors, shapes, and other design trends. They will effectively showcase your brand’s unique visual style. Use icons and symbols that simplify the story you’re telling. Icons are a simple tool in a designer’s toolbox. They offer visual cues about what the customer should do next. They have great power and are an effective way to quickly communicate complex ideas because they don’t require additional text or instructions.

Use a picture when you want to demonstrate product features

One picture is worth a thousand words. Packaging serves to protect your product but can disguise the product itself inside the box. Customers may have specific questions about how your product looks or functions. This is where a picture of the product comes in. If your product is securely hidden inside the box, customers will be able to learn about the appearance of your product from the photo on it.

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