Today, we thought we would highlight some of the amazing packaging designs featured in Andrew Gibbs’ Box Bottle Bag: The World’s Best Package Designs from TheDieline.com – one of our favorite recent design books.
Gibbs does a great job seeking out and discovering the “very best” packaging designs out there, which he categorizes as one of six style types: Luxe, Bold, Crisp, Charming, Casual, and Nostalgic. Let’s take a look at each of these categories and try to find out why they work....
Talking about wine packaging, Neocork wine cork provides and unbeatable printing surface on the wine cork. High definition printing, improving by far the rest of wine corks. Customers will appreciate better all wineries' marketing and branding actions.
"..and wine closure is associated to wine new trends. ´pop´ will be always more attractive than unscrewing noise. New consumers need to be trained on quality wines and quality wine protocols. This is something all industry should be doing. Otherwise wine will be loosing that special touch"
“LIVE (Low Input Viticulture and Enology) designated vineyards follow standards of sustainable viticulture and oenology practices. (Panichkul: Is the future of wine making at Illahe a step back into past?”
“ Estamos a punto de asistir a una auténtica revolución en el terreno del marketing. Si creías que ya estaba todo inventado, este post te sorprenderá. Si no es así, también. Hay futuro.”
Via Juan Jesús Baño Egea
El presente listado es provisional. Será progresivamente revisado y ampliado. No obstante, creo que es interesante ofrecerlo de cara al posible aprovechamiento durante este curso lectivo.Una muy interesante recopilación de herramientas con usos educativos.
Via Mauricio M. Escudero, Elizabeth Roman
“Packaging Europe No recovery expected for German packaging industry Plastics News The IK trade association says three quarters of the German plastic packaging industry do not expect higher turnover in the fourth quarter because of increased...”
“ No solo importa el contenido y la experiencia acumulada. La competencia que existe entre profesionales hace que cada vez sea más importante resaltar nuestra hoja de vida con cierta dosis de creatividad y algunas herramientas digitales.”
Via Xavi Soro Artola
“ Now that reading online involves a bevy of social actions, from sharing to commenting across a plethora of devices, how many of your site’s readers will make it past the first paragraph?.”Recently Slate's technology columnist investigated this issue further in his article You Won’t Finish This Article. Using data from Chartbeat, he found that most readers don’t engage with the article, and if they do, they are inclined to do so before scrolling half-way down the page. To help us better understand the risks and opportunities about online readership, and to help you, dear reader, get to bottom of this article faster, we present you with an infographic that summarizes it all.
Via Lauren Moss, Juana María Padilla
“Fox Business How Millennials are Changing the Wine Industry Fox Business The Millennial generation, which includes the youngest legal drinkers, is consuming more wine than previous generations when they turned 21, and the industry is taking note.”
Scientists want to study samples of the world’s oldest wine, currently on display at the Historical Museum of the Palatinate in the western German city of Speyer. There’s just one problem: everyone’s afraid to open the bottle. The glass bottle, thought to be at least 1,650 years old, was found in a Roman grave near Speyer in 1867 and put on display at the museum. Since then, it’s been handled extremely carefully, and been on display in the exact same spot in the museum for 100 years. Museum directors fear that a moment's carelessness could shatter the bottle, destroying its priceless content. Though scientists would like to test it to figure out exactly how old the wine is and where it comes from, as well as perhaps seeing how it tastes – cracking it open is out of the question. There’s also the danger that, after all this time, it could have become poisonous, although scientists suspect the alcohol would not be dangerous, but just taste disgusting. [...]
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