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Packaging Reinvented

With a keen interest in the circular economy, Aylesbury Box Company enjoy design ideas that encourage packaging reuse. From beautifully constructed and printed boxes to packaging that becomes part of the product, we have showcased some examples in our blogs. The latest product to come to...

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Using Metallic Print in Packaging

Metallic print and foil blocking have long been a popular choice for Christmas gift packaging. Over the past year, there has been a shift, as metallic elements have filtered into every season. From clothing and interiors to packaging and publications, metallics have been bang on-trend. Pantone...

Cardboard Boat Racing

Corrugated cardboard has many properties that make it ideal as a packaging material, however, as a paper-based material, it is typically best kept away from damp conditions. There seems to be one major exception to this rule. Through the summer months, the lightweight, robust qualities...

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Inspired by Packaging Design

Every year, packaging design awards showcase innovative ideas, on-trend styles and creative brilliance. A look at the nominations and winners can inspire fresh thinking when it comes to updating packaging design. The HOW International Design Awards is one example. We’ve taken a look at some of...

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What Place has Cardboard in Retail Design?

Every retailer with a physical store has to work incredibly hard to attract and engage shoppers. Shop windows and in-store displays have to be regularly updated to tempt people through the door. Regular interior redesigns encourage repeat visits and browsing, but creating the displays can...

Teens and Seniors Driving Sustainable Change

Many of us are making small changes in our workplaces and homes in order to reduce our environmental impact. Have you switched from plastic to sustainable corrugated cardboard packaging or changed the lightbulbs to energy-efficient LEDs? Maybe you drive an electric car or have introduced...

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Five Tips for Minimalist Packaging Design

A few decades ago, large brands were competing for shopper’s attention with big, bold and bright packaging. It reached a point when the volume of information was overwhelming and the items that stood out were those in minimalist packaging. Against a riot of colour and graphics,...

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Eliminate Packaging Frustrations

It is argued that packaging is at least as important as the product it contains. It provides the opportunity to communicate considerable information in an instant, whilst also serving a practical purpose. It can make the difference between your products making it into the shopping...

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What’s Inside the Box?

Although corrugated cardboard offers protection and insulation, your products may require more. Bubble wrap, polystyrene balls and air pockets have been widely used to help keep products in pristine condition during transportation. They certainly work, but with a growing number of organisations making moves to...

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Plastic-free Pledge

Glastonbury Festival may be the largest greenfield festival site, but it is still a working farm. Owners Michael and Emily Eavis care about the environment with a passion. Following every festival, considerable donations are given to Greenpeace, along with Oxfam and WaterAid. Over the years, they...