Top 6 trends in package design

Top 6 trends in package design

Sterling-Rice Group and New Hope Natural Media have identified the top six packaging design trends shaping the future and changing consumers' relationships with products.

Sterling-Rice Group (SRG) and New Hope Natural Media, a division of Penton, have identified the top six packaging design trends that are shaping the future and changing consumers' relationships with products. Sterling-Rice Group and New Hope Natural Media's Nutrition Business Journal teamed up for a joint venture called NEXT: The Natural Products Industry Forecast 2014, a report that shares trends in food, packaging design, beauty products and more, available now at nextforecast.com. Here is a look at six of the top trends in design:

Moving Beyond the Mascot: Characters get a life. Brands are creating dimensionalized characters with rich online worlds, social media, games, blogs, videos, and more.

Naturally White: A color once reserved for generic and tech products, white infiltrates food and beverage packaging providing a clean, upscale look without distraction.

Fantastic Forms: Breakthrough package design comes from advancement in technology and innovative packaging materials. Unique forms now solve problems, serve consumers' needs, and add a new level of appeal to differentiate themselves on shelves.

Kid Focused. Adult Friendly: Packages keep kids interested and please adults by communicating company values, creating parent communities, and using innovative forms to help engage kids in new ways and enhance the overall product experience.

Sustainable = Endurance: Sustainability has been elevated with packaging that is entirely eco-conscious with zero waste and materials that are completely compostable and even digestible.

Cleaning Catches Up: Method was the trailblazer in this category and now others are catching up with high-style packaging for cleaning products that look as good as they clean.

For more detail and examples of the top six design trends, visit srg.com. 

 

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