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How Packaging Can Help Sell Products

In the market today, we are witness to so many kinds of products wrapped up in their own unique packaging designs, which is a sign that the market has gone tightly competitive, so much so that business owners just do not settle for quality products, but that they should also be well-packaged for their products to stay competitive in the market. Product packaging may add up to investment because conceptualizing a product package takes the right and experienced team to work on the appropriate color, size, graphic designs, pricing, and branding the product, but the point of this all is that the product should sell and profit from the investment.

Business owners have come to realize that an effective package design greatly helps in selling their products, such that, they have seen how the packaged products have differentiated from other brand products in the market, vying for consumers’ attention and making their products competitive; they have come to understand how colors, in a package, can persuade consumers’ purchasing habits, since colors play a big effect on people’s brain function; they have learned that packaging is also a marketing tool for branding for consumers to recognize their products; and that brand recognition has made it possible for consumers to retain the product images. There are additional benefits that can be gained from it, like: a well-packaged product should include safety considerations to protect from damages during the shipment period and reaches the store and consumers, intact; further, part of product packaging is providing information labels where consumers can read every information, such as content, ingredients, nutritional value, instructions for use, warning instructions, customers feedbacks, location of company, etc. – useful information to help consumers in their buying decisions.

All these benefits can be attained by two important aspects – package design and packaging strategy. To be able to come up with an attractive product package, design must be functional, which includes in-home, in-store, production, distribution and safety, and legal, and must sell. In designing a product package, the designer team must constantly be reminded of the in-house requirement, which is about providing a design label information of the product that includes storage and expiration, recyclable and environmentally useful. For in-store requirements, package design should focus on the proper shape and size which should be convenient to stack in store counters, as well as being attractive to attract the consumers’attention. Important to the product package design is the financial investment of the business owner in producing the package design. Of importance, too, is how the product can be designed to include its protection and safety during its distribution at start point of shipment or transfer to its final destination. With respect to laws and legislations on products, package designing will need to integrate laws that protect consumers which are mandated through product label requirements, such as, expiration dates, proper storage, nutritional values, bar codes, etc. Sales requirements are all about what package design should consider to make the product appealing to the buyers, such as color, size, shape, logo, slogan, graphic and readability. While packaging strategy is the job of the marketing team, a well-designed product package adds further for better promotion.

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