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Cardboard Packaging Design Inspiration

Cardboard packaging isn’t restricted to a standard box. As box manufacturers, we make use of design and cardboard engineering skills in order to create primary, secondary and tertiary packaging. We’ve just seen the Pinterest page for Nadie Parshina. The board clearly shows some of the wonderful...

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Should I Select Printed Packaging with a Matt or Gloss Finish?

In the early days, the majority of orders received by Aylesbury Box Company were for large, industrial cardboard containers. This packaging was practical and robust, but there was little concern for aesthetics. Typical printing requirements were  ‘This Way Up’ or ‘Fragile’ printed in black. The...

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Happiness in a Bespoke Box

In a world where being busy and productive is valued, creative crafts provide a constructive, yet relaxing outlet. Creative pursuits have been shown to have a calming effect on our mind and body. They can reduce anxiety, depression and stress, whilst boosting the positive emotions...

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Monochrome Printed Packaging for Photographic Film Specialist

You might believe that digital imagery marked the end of the road for photographic film. The convenience of grabbing a snap on your phone surely out-weighs the effort involved in manually setting up a shot. When we were approached by Analogue Wonderland to create printed...

Packaging and Product Traceability

Ordering online at any time of day or night, from any location, has revolutionised shopping. Pick and pack deliveries are flying out of the door from a growing number of e-commerce businesses, as buyers favour the convenience of online shopping. Whilst the internet has made it...

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Natural Ability to Hold Attention

The use of colour is a crucial element of packaging design. As consumers, we have an emotional response to colours and associate them with certain qualities. As an example, when it comes to food packaging, shades of blue are rarely used. This is because we...

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Get the Look: Packaging for Beauty and Cosmetics

The beauty and cosmetics industry is thriving. It currently represents the fourth largest consumer packaging market in the UK, but alongside many other industries, it’s facing new challenges. A high percentage of beauty and cosmetic products are currently packaged in plastic. Consumer pressure means that action...

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Focus on Teens to Revive the High Street

For the majority of teenagers, shopping is a social, fun and interactive experience. For this reason, they are more likely to head to the High Street and shopping centres than buy online. This presents a great opportunity for businesses with goods on the shelf, but...

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Is it Too Early to Mention Christmas Gift Boxes?

Yes, it is still August, but in just a few weeks the supermarket shelves will start filling with festive goods. Let them clear the Back to School uniform and stationery aisles and then we’ll spot the first mince pies and red, green and gold printed...

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Be Original with Bespoke Boxes and Packaging

The market is flooded with goods and competitors. With so much choice, consumers can afford to be picky. As a business, you need to use every available tool to help your business stand out from the crowd. From exceptional, personalised service, through to bespoke boxes...