HARDWARE. HOUSEHOLD. GARDEN.
This unique packaging solution protects the ladder hinge during shipping while letting the consumer "see" the hinge feature without opening the product.
Two-color flexographic printing kept production costs low. By default we chose orange and green to match the logo colors of Montana's CORE Outdoor Power.
When our product shot didn't fit the layout, and Sears brand guidelines said no one could violate the red bar at the bottom of the panel, we did the unusual and asked permission from Sears brand manager to break the rule. They agreed, and we got a cool three-dimensional layout as a result.
One of our first floor displays for Dr. Dean Edell brand reading glasses manufactured by Cable Car Eyewear. Two-color flexography and a litho-laminated two-color header to match.
Client provided board game illustrations. Ross Turner Design did the rest by merging those assets with a "treasure chest" motif to create a fun reusable box. Mock up pictured above was hand-built with magnetic closures to show proof of concept.
Yes, that's Ross Turner himself on the cover of this 2010 release. Terrible film, but how about those graphics?
Sears Craftsman was the first to market knee pads with interchangeable and replaceable caps, and we supported their marketing efforts and their proprietary brand name - QuickSwap - with a logo that included a subtle illustration of the unique removable cap feature.
Foam rubber stamp product is affixed to these cards with double-sided tape. Though the product dimensions could differ from sku to sku, too many card sizes would get expensive to print and inventory, so we worked up four standardized sizes that would work for all product combinations.
It's not enough that your company manufactures a superior product – your customers will walk right past it on the shelf unless the package design catches their eye and delivers your point-of-purchase marketing message. Find out more by calling Ross Turner Design today.
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