Prototypes & Comps

From vehicles and easy-to-open packaged foods to high-tech sports shoes and medical devices, the benefits of simulating product performance attributes, manufacturing processes, and fundamental material behavior surround us...
Picture yourself in this package design worst-case scenario. You’ve burned through significant time and money and you’ve generated lots of brilliant ideas. Now you’re in a focus group where consumers are...
Package Design Magazine's sixth annual Makeover Challenge was a resounding success with world-class designs submitted from our four design teams - Beach Packaging Design in Staten Island, New York; Estudio Ray in Phoenix...
A new NASA Lunar vehicle, the six-wheeled Small Pressurized Rover (SPR), is making its first public appearance during the parade at the inauguration ceremonies for U.S. President Barack Obama. The prototype was visualized in...
Package Design Magazine's fifth annual Makeover Challenge now enters the peer review stage. Entries have been submitted from our four design teams—Atomica Design Group, Beyondesign, Display Pack, and John Waski...
Package Design Magazine's fourth annual Makeover Challenge now enters the peer review stage. Entries have been submitted from our four design teams—Design Resource Center, Perennial, Tridimage, and The Zunda Group...
The proliferation of computer and web-based tools has been a productivity boon for package designers. Consumer goods companies are also expecting faster and faster turnarounds from idea conception to product launch. The...
Creating package prototypes can be costly, but it is a necessary evil. Clients want to see how their brand image will be presented before the final packages are produced. Recent innovations in digital imaging are helping to...
If competitors in the packaging world agree on anything, it’s that accelerated time to market for their clients’ products is critical. Clients expect controlled costs and quality. Quick turnaround and innovation...
New technology from Europe may both increase the versatility of unit-dose packaging and bring costs down. Competition is driving production costs down by making the package itself adaptable and customizable to many...

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