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Innovative Food & Beverage Packaging Design

Innovative Food & Beverage Packaging Design

by Emily McNally

Packaging design in the food & beverage industry has seriously stepped up its game up in recent years. This industry is a crucial one for packaging design, as items are often displayed right alongside competitors vying for the attention of buyers. When you know your product is going to be on the same shelf as many other similar products, the goal is to create a design that stands out among the rest and ultimately convinces the buyer to choose yours. Even if a buyer has never heard of your product, an appealing packaging design may influence him or her to give it a try. Here are a few of our favorite food & beverage packaging designs:

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Motion Graphics Trends for 2018

Motion Graphics Trends for 2018

by Meher Masalawala

When it comes to promoting your business in 2018, motion graphics are everywhere. No longer is it enough to market your company solely through print collateral and an accompanying website – if you aren’t producing consistent media content, you’re falling behind your competition. Through animation and video, a brand’s story, products, and services can all be conveyed in a fresh and interesting way that is both engaging and captivating to its target audience. Below are some of the top motion graphics trends to keep your eye on this year:

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5 Creative Films To Watch This Winter

5 Creative Films To Watch This Winter

January tends to feel like a month full of Mondays, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t perks to hibernating on your couch all weekend. When it’s too cold to do anything but stay indoors, check out one of these five creative films on the impact of art and design:

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Tech Talk: UI/UX Design For Wearable Devices

Tech Talk: UI/UX Design For Wearable Devices

by Meher Masalawala

As web design has become consistently more responsive, it’s consequently become easier for users to access the Internet through multiple devices of various sizes. Smartphones made screens small and now wearable devices are making screens even smaller, with intuitive functionality playing a large role in how the experience is designed for them. When smartphones began to rise, mobile-first design was a hot topic – will wearable-first design be next?

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