Past two weeks seem to have been busy for some of the UK (and global) brand and design agencies. Some have been gearing up their clients for the summer 2013, others have relaunched their own brands radically. See a brief recap of what a dozen of selected design agencies have released over this short period of time.
STABILO International’s latest product range, EASYergonomics experts, has been launched on the European market in an appealing, youth‐orientated packaging style designed by Burgopak Germany. Targeted towards children and adolescents, the packaging design has drawn upon the theme of “human engineering,” reflected through the unification of structure and image for an eye‐catching and compelling retail solution.
Burgopak has developed the brand identity, artwork and structural packaging design for the complete range of Aura Health & Wellbeing products. Aura Health & Wellbeing is a new modern health and lifestyle brand offering organic and traditional Chinese health food, supplements and beauty remedies within the UK.
Debenhams have partnered with Burgopack London to launch a new design for the store’s branded gift card boxes. Creating a unique gifting experience, the design incorporates Burgopak’s patented sliding mechanism, connecting a display panel to hold any of Debenhams’ gift cards with a section for leaving personalised messages.
The new Holographic CitizenCard has been presented onto the market this month in a smart and compact slider pack, designed by Burgopak. Government-approved PASS (Proof of Age Standards Scheme) Accredited, the new holographic proof-of-age and photo-ID card is available to all residents of Britain and Ireland.
TalkTalk have revamped their pre-paid mobile SIM card packaging in a fresh new format designed by Burgopak. TalkTalk, one of the leading fixed line voice and broadband telecommunications businesses in the UK, have used Burgopak’s new playful Z-Lift pack to offer TalkTalk Mobile exclusively to existing customers.
Burgopak & GR/DD have created an engaging pop-up package for a promotional version of Sony’s new augmented reality PS3 game EyePet. Resembling a house-shaped pet carrier, the package features an intriguing pop-up mechanism where the EyePet character jumps up as the carrier opens from a hinged ‘roof’. The package expands entirely, presenting the contents – the game’s software, literature and hardware – in an enjoyable and organised manner.