Packaging Design Wrap-Up: Golf ball packaging provides shelter for bugs; medicine cup helps parents and caregivers with dosing; Purdys releases chocolates box designed for the blind community

Sample article from our Health Care Sector

LOS ANGELES , February 4, 2022 () –


Golf ball packaging provides shelter for bugs

The newly designed packaging for golf balls by Finland-based Golf Coat can have a mulligan as something completely different—an insect hotel—thanks to a co-creation workshop organized by Metsä Board. The design of the paper pack was a collaborative effort involving a packaging design agency, Metsä Board's own packaging design and technical service teams, and manufacturer PackageMedia, which is part of Pyroll Packaging. The pack’s cover features separate parts made of Metsä Board’s Pro FBB Bright folding boxboard. When emptied, the box can serve a second life as an insect hotel, providing shelter for bugs and larvae.

The primary source of this information is Metsä Board

Medicine cup helps parents and caregivers with dosing

The Kéva is a fuss-free medicine cup with an extended spout and contoured edge. Developed to make the process of dosing out medication easier, Kéva is designed with children in mind, but is also well-suited for those who have limited mobility. Measurement markers ensure just the right amount of medicine is poured into the cup. Furthermore, the mess-free design ensures sticky substances stay in the cup on the way to the mouth that needs it.

The primary source of this information is Trend Hunter

Purdys releases chocolates box designed for the blind community

Inclusivity was top of mind when Canada-based chocolatier Purdy’s released its Holiday Braille Box last December. The box was designed specifically for, and with consultation from, the blind and partially sighted community. The confectionery packaging features braille orientation tabs, a braille chocolate legend and a QR code that brings users who are blind or partially sighted to an accessible screen reader version of the legend. The box was so popular it sold out in a matter of minutes, prompting Purdy’s to release a second run during the holiday season and re-release it again in the new year. According to Molly Burke, a digital creator in the blind and partially sighted community, the packaging “is more than a box of chocolates, it's the sign of change."

The primary source of this information is Purdys Chocolatier

* All content is copyrighted by Industry Intelligence, or the original respective author or source. You may not recirculate, redistrubte or publish the analysis and presentation included in the service without Industry Intelligence's prior written consent. Please review our terms of use.

About Us

We deliver market news & information relevant to your business.

We monitor all your market drivers.

We aggregate, curate, filter and map your specific needs.

We deliver the right information to the right person at the right time.

Our Contacts

1990 S Bundy Dr. Suite #380,
Los Angeles, CA 90025

+1 (310) 553 0008

About Cookies On This Site

We collect data, including through use of cookies and similar technology ("cookies") that enchance the online experience. By clicking "I agree", you agree to our cookies, agree to bound by our Terms of Use, and acknowledge our Privacy Policy. For more information on our data practices and how to exercise your privacy rights, please see our Privacy Policy.