Then you are in the final stages of designing your new product. He came up with a name for his product and started manufacturing. You add finishing and resolving settings. You are about to bring your new product to market; while in the midst of his enthusiasm and anticipation, a thought interrupts him. You have nothing to put your product on!
So he reflects on ideas for storing his new masterpiece. There are a few different paths that you can walk, depending on the size, shape and number of items you have. Other key parts that will play a key role in the type of package you need are the place where you sell an item (for example, department stores vs. stores), as well as whether you are selling in a store or online.
Let's say, for example, that you sell handmade owl earrings. We can refer to the above criteria to define our table. These earrings are likely to be small enough to fit into a small 2½ "x 1½" cardboard jewelry box. While they have a unique way, we don't have to worry too much because they are small items. Because they are handmade, we can go ahead and assume that a large amount will not be made. The small supply suggests these are likely to be sold at local jewelers. It is likely that these stores have their jewels in a larger glass window with earrings turned up for consumers to see. Then we know from this equation that we need a small cardboard box with a little cotton insert for the stuffing. Items similar to this one probably do not have a large brand and logo design to match, so a normal custom promotional packaging.
However, suppose you work for the Nike company and have just manufactured the latest model of SB shoes. These shoes will be mass-produced and sold throughout the United States. The packing of these shoes will be much more detailed than owl earrings. They are likely to be sold in large chain stores rather than small local businesses. This means they will be placed alongside other competing brands in the same store; Your shoes will have to stand out. Bright and vibrant colors will be good for this. You also need to include your logo, the Nike Swoosh, and possibly also a label in your box, depending on how you want to market them. Finally, bold text will make your product easily visible to any passerby.
There are many different tools at your disposal to print your ideas. Some sources for designing your own custom frameworks include:
• Soop pack
• Custom boxes
Everyone has their own pros and cons, check them out for more information.