Term: design trends
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4 Trends from the 2018 Paperboard Packaging Competition

7/30/2018

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a crystal ball that showed you the future? We’d all probably save a lot of time and money! While we can’t offer you such an amazing tool, we can tell you what’s on the horizon for paperboard packaging design. Here are the top four trends that emerged from PPC's 2018 Paperboard Packaging Competition. 

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North American Paperboard Packaging Competition
package design

Design Thinking Process: A Method for Making Cartons and Managing a Business

5/31/2018

Folding carton manufacturing companies employ a variety of skilled workers, from press operators to upper managers. Despite this diversity of people and skills, there is a universal process that allemployees can use to solve problems, create innovative solutions, and move the business forward. 

business management
design trends
folding carton

You Can Design for E-Commerce Without Reinventing the Carton

2/12/2018

Carton converters: do you think that e-commerce trends only affect corrugated shippers? Think again. E-commerce is so ubiquitous today that consumers are taking to Amazon and other e-retailers to buy even basic household goods. This means that even if your cartons aren’t specifically meant for e-commerce, consumers might still purchase them online—and your customers may want you to optimize your designs for this very possibility.

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e-commerce
folding carton

Trending Now in Paperboard Packaging Design

8/7/2017

Last month was the judging of our annual North American Paperboard Packaging Competition. We’re thrilled with the winners and can’t wait to reveal them at our upcoming Fall Meeting! For now, though, we’ve distilled the overall trends that the judges observed throughout the competition. Here’s what we saw...

design trends
North American Paperboard Packaging Competition
package design
paperboard packaging

Playful, Complex, and Cutting Edge: Upcoming Folding Carton Trends

7/25/2016

Each year, PPC’s North American Paperboard Packaging Competition is a bellwether of major folding carton design trends to come. The judging of the 2016 competition took place in mid July, and although the winners will be revealed at our upcoming Fall Meeting in San Antonio, TX, here are a few of the overall trends that punctuated this year’s competition.


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design trends
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North American Paperboard Packaging Competition
packaging trends
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