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Brand Junkies: How much does packaging shape consumer choice?
Author: Shireen Shurmer
‘Eat Well for Less’ has returned to UK TV screens, a programme which encourages British households to consider their spend on grocery shopping, break deeply rooted purchasing habits, cut food waste and reduce reliance on processed food over fresh produce cooked from scratch.
Wed 20th Jul 2016
Avoiding distractions and improving productivity
Author: Daniel Porter
“Being a good writer is 3% effort – 97% not getting distracted by the internet” - Anonymous
The quote above first came to my attention a few years ago when I was working in the book publishing industry. It was pasted into the email signature of an author whose book I was creating a marketing plan for and, though I’ve never managed to find out who said it first, I’ve always felt it had a real ring of truth about it.
Wed 13th Jul 2016
Planet of the Apps
Author: Michael Grass
“There’s an app for that”. It’s funny to think how one of the most popular phrases in contemporary lexicon would’ve meant zilch ten years ago. Yet, just a decade later, it’s astonishing just how much mobile applications have substantially empowered us in this digital age. Whether they’re used for matchmaking, hitching a ride, or flinging disgruntled avians at wobbly structures, it really does seem like there’s an app for everything these days. More importantly, many mobile apps effortlessly achieve something brands have been trying to do for years on end: they keep us connected.
Wed 6th Jul 2016
How will functional packaging look in the future?
Author: Cerys Traylor
Functional packaging is becoming an increasingly popular method for brand owners to differentiate and market their product effectively, while increasing customer interaction and their overall brand experience.
Wed 29th Jun 2016
No man(ufacturer) is an island
Author: Shireen Shurmer
drupa 2016 proved itself to be a global microcosm of print. Exhibitors from 54 countries showed their capabilities in Düsseldorf, treating it as a global stage for their innovations. And the global nature of the event made it a magnet for visitors from all over the world; 76% of visitors are reported to have come from outside Germany.
Mon 20th Jun 2016
drupa 2016 brought back memories of a previous life for this first-timer
Author: Daniel Porter
As a relative new-comer to the print industry – but with a background in book publishing – drupa 2016 (my first) brought back memories of visits to Frankfurt Book Fair over the years: hundreds of thousands of lanyard-wearing visitors madly dashing from hall to hall; eye-catching stand designs, and everything held together with impeccable German efficiency.
Wed 15th Jun 2016