Articles on Packaging

Thoughts, case studies, book reviews, debates and tips on Packaging, written by prominent authors and carefully edited by FOROALFA.

Portrait of Guillermo Dufranc
Author:
Guillermo Dufranc
Title:
Zero Waste Packaging: Possible or Not?
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Although to eradicate packaging waste may sound impossible to achieve, sustainability is a path to take and make improvements over time to reduce environmental impact.
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Portrait of Guillermo Dufranc
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Guillermo Dufranc
Title:
Minimalist Packaging
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Minimalism requires to decide on what is really necessary from what is not.
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Portrait of Guillermo Dufranc
Author:
Guillermo Dufranc
Title:
Healthy Food has Changed Packaging Design
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Since nutritional information became important and popular concern about it grew dramatically, many food brands have foreseen this as an opportunity to build their identity.
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Portrait of Guillermo Dufranc
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Guillermo Dufranc
Title:
Argentine Wine Needs Concept
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In the competitive wine market the need to communicate concepts through label design is essential. Labels must capture the consumers’ attention and seduce them.
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Portrait of Adrián Pierini
Author:
Adrián Pierini
Title:
Packaging and the World Cup
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Packaging desing specialty revolutionizes during mega sport events.
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Portrait of Guillermo Dufranc
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Guillermo Dufranc
Title:
The Rise of Craft Beer
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Craft beers are opting for innovative designs, focusing more on communicating their quality and craftsmanship than denote European tradition.
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Portrait of Sofia Escudero
Author:
Sofia Escudero
Title:
Holistic and bimodal study in packaging
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The application of a multi sensorial study of packaging puts us nearer, more accurately, to a brand's global perception.
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