Archive for the ‘packaging’ tag
Deodorant stains are never fun to deal with, but if you can catch them before they dry into your fabric you can remove them with a simple foam packaging brick. More »
Apple has shown interest in wirelessly powering and charging its portable devices, allowing products like the iPhone and iPad to be powered up while sealed in packaging and on display at a retail store.
These absolutely stunning sculptures, by well-know street sculptor Mark Jenkins, are made up of only clear packaging tape and their surroundings! Who knew tape could be so purdy?
We’ve learned to be skeptical of product packaging and not always trust the claims it makes, but our hopefulness sometimes gets the best of us. Here are five products you’ve likely used, or maybe even purchase regularly, that don’t yield the results you may expect. More »
Apple has a secret room devoted solely to designing product packaging and what users experience when opening a new product, a new book reveals. It also gives details on Steve Jobs’s interest in a startup camera company before he died late last year.
A project created by designer Eric Hart.
A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit involving iTunes customers who purchased songs from the online music store for $1.29 with gift cards whose packaging promised songs for only $0.99.