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Here’s a great bit from the designer of the Nooka Watch with some choice thoughts about packaging, waste, and product processes.
His work strives to incorporate minimalism along with reuse or recycling. Additionally he brings up a great point about how products used to be simply tied to their location or have a little price tag hanging from them only, like when you visit an antique shop, or go to a yard sale. That’s as much info as may truly be needed. How little can you use to convey use, cost, and other issues when bringing items to market?
Do take a look a PSFK they have a great design blog with lots of great new posts daily.
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Method, the brand you know and love for great soap that’s eco-friendly on packaging and materials. Yes, the same people that actually went out of their way to write a fantastic design book about how they did it called The Method Method (seriously, read it if you’re developing a product, it’s got great insights). The gang there have a great new packaging solution where they picked up plastic bottles from the beach in Hawaii and recycled it into packaging (Link from Wired).
The HUGE takeway here is, there are many ecofriendly ways you can do fun things with your packaging materials by sourcing available existing materials. This doesn’t mean what they’ve done is simple, or wasn’t offset by flying their employees to Hawaii to pick up the plastic, but it is a clever step in the right direction to use existing refuse and turn it into useful, original packaging material.
Learn more about creating your own useful and original packaging materials for your next product’s packaging at our webinar! For the low low cost of Free!!
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There are simple and effective ways to make good eco-friendly packaging for your products that won’t destroy the planet. Come visit our webinar to learn just how to do it.
From little things like single color soy ink on recycled corrugated cardboard, to simply using a paper sticker (rather than plastic) to ensure a product’s security, while enabling a material to actually degrade in a landfill or be recycled.
Being eco-friendly doesn’t have to be impossible or expensive. With a little information and cleverness you too can make and have great eco-packaging manufactured for your products.
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