CD Packaging Solutions

Innovative Packaging Ideas

From metal cases to plastic boxes, cd & dvd packaging comes in all shapes and sizes. Marketers can choose from metal and cardboard packaging, wooden and plastic containers, small, paper cd sleeve, windowed or foil stamped packaging. Now you can acquire cd and dvd packaging in a wide potpourri of shapes, patterns, and materials. Do stores want a certain size package? What matters to the buying public? Are some types of packaging harder to deliver?

A design team should answer a list of questions before commencing a box design exercise.

There are many more to ask and answer.

Designers had better know about your client, and the retail merchant, before settling on a package design. Think about all of these issues:

The customer is king. Find out what package attributes appeal to the customers you are targeting. For instance: Kids like bright and shiny and people over sixty are seeking convenience and issues like the size of print on the package and ease of use top their priority list. Find a way to please all customer demographics and you'll have a winner.

Security in packaging is becoming increasingly important. This will continue to come into focus as more people become concerned about product integrity and threat avoidance. Talk to your distributor and retail outlet to see find out the latest trends.

If you do business with the Wal-Mart's of the world, you must understand their requirements. Discuss your packaging and display specifics.

With a myriad of available choices for packaging cd and dvd product, you won't go wrong keeping your customers, the retailer, and any distribution channel, in mind at each phase of the design. For more information see cd packaging and software packaging.

"So when the boxset comes out, it will probably called "Soundtracks of the Apocalypse". We needed the title and I brought that one up with a bunch of cool packaging ideas and told the guys about it and everybody bought it." - Kerry King