When working on packaging design, your closure selection can make or break your product. In order to understand the true impact of your closure on your package design, it is important to first understand the basic anatomy that goes into every closure option, as well as the main factors to consider in your design.
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Considering Sustainable Packaging Design?
When we look around the grocery store or hypermarket stores, are we paying attention to sustainable packaging? Are consumers more inclined to purchase eco-friendly package designs, or do we become inflicted by the price or lack of ease of use? Brands and retailers are constantly facing these challenges when creating a package design, especially as they try to meet consumers’ expectations.
“It’s the little things in life that make a big difference…”
Designing a new package for a product can be a lot of fun – so much fun that it might be easy to overlook some essential considerations before you can label it as a finished product. When it’s time to select a functional closure, don’t write it off as an easy task. There are lots of considerations: the budget, the company’s brand identity, the retailer’s needs and the consumers’ preferences – all in which can be time-consuming...
Sick of getting liquid instead of mustard? Or accidently squeezing out too much cleaner on your coffee table? So were we – that’s why we created the new Ultra Light Flip Top Cap. Now available from Stull Technologies, this lightweight closure is ideal for liquid condiments like mustard, honey, as well as household products like soap, cleaners and car polish.