Packaging design

When you want to invest in design and development of packaging for your products, a number of questions often arise: How does a packaging development project proceed? How do I achieve savings on the packaging while making my purchases more efficient? How do I make sure the new packaging or packaging parts work in my production?

We want to make the process of purchasing, packaging selection and phasing in as convenient and efficient as possible for you. For this purpose, we work with customer-specific roadmap, so you can always follow the process step by step.

We provide standard solutions in many packaging categories, but also have the opportunity to develop specifically designed packaging solutions based on your unique needs and requirements for functionality, design and material as well as budget and delivery.

We offer graphic design and 3D modeling in connection with the development of specially designed packaging and upgrading of standard packaging solutions.

For each new project, we want to get to know you and your product. Knowledge creates the best conditions for being able to deliver the desired packaging innovation or the updated graphic expression that creates renewed interest in an existing product range.

DESIGN PROCESS

Once you have decided to make a new product or give an existing product line a facelift, you have probably made a lot of considerations and thoughts about what can be done, what it should look like – or maybe even higher degree – how it should not look like.

The design process is an important part of the development of your product, as you have the opportunity to transform standard packaging into a personal and individual packaging. As a customer of Packwise, you are part of the journey in the development of the packaging for your product. It is you who decides, and we do our best to guide and support you in the process.

However, we know how confusing it can seem. That is why we have made it easy for you to see how we work with the design process – from the first idea to the finished packaging solution. It is not certain that all points will be needed to achieve the desired result, but overall we work with four process phases with sub-points. These are briefly described below.

See pictures of the design process