Top Ten innovative electronics package designs enlists some of the smartest, coolest packaging concepts for everyday electronics consumer items
We begin with this Light bulb packaging made from 100 %biodegradable materials (recycled paper from egg carton, no ink and zero glue used. Designed by Oliver Meier when he was a student in Münster,
Panasonic’s Note line of earplugs got a sleek, simple-yet-effective face-lift from German design firm Scholz & Friends. The inspiration was a musical note for the cool effect.
From cool and classy to warm and peppy! Danish headphone brands AIAIAI uses bright colors and transparent, cylindrical casing for their electronics product, which appeals well to their teenage consumer base.
The brief for in-house creative studio of INQ1 mobile was to create an object of beauty – something you would store long after you’ve started using the mobile, instead of tossing into recycle bins. The handsets are known for their eclectic mix of internet services, sound quality and designers Elmer Zinkhann and Ashley Benigno deliver the same feel on the box with display artwork.
Designer Jesse Kaczmarek delivers an unique, sophisticated concept packaging on Sony’s new audio speaker and music system unit with a semi-transparent acetate sleeve.
Volta batteries puts a fresh and colorful oomph quotient on the traditional battery casing. And ACME Industries have helped them achieve that vision to perfection. Note the clear, bold font against for messaging
The case for Timex watches , designed by Atlason, a product design studio in Manhattan. Retailing in Target stores now.
Second skin – as the name reveals, is an iPhone accessories line with transparent look to augment both the natural beauty and safety of the handset. The package looks just as sheer and sleek
HP Ink consumers can use this box to send back their empty ink cartridge. Self addressed, the same box can be used, conceptually, to have a “refilling” option, when the user can order their next cartridge online ahead of time and receive a discount by entering a the code found on the box. Designer Carli Shipley uses recycled chipboard with screen printed graphics (using only natural process inks cyan, magenta, yellow and black) make this a sustainable, good-looking option.