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    BLUE ORANGE ASIA is an award winning “CREATIVE DESIGN AGENCY in Bangkok, Phuket, Thailand, London, England, UK, Hong Kong, and Singapore. AS a le… Read More
    BLUE ORANGE ASIA is an award winning “CREATIVE DESIGN AGENCY in Bangkok, Phuket, Thailand, London, England, UK, Hong Kong, and Singapore. AS a leading Consumer Retail SKU Packaging, Graphic Design Company and Consultants, Blue Orange Asia services clients in HCMC Vietnam, Yangon Myanmar, Vientiane Laos, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, England, United Kingdom. MANY OF THE BEST CONSUMER DESIGN BRANDS in the world work with us because we have 20 years of Award Winning Experience with the best Consumer Branding-Design Agencies in the world is at the core of everything we do. BLUE ORANGE ASIA’S Graphic Design Services include annual report design, corporate brochure design, retail POS design, new brand activation design, wine label packaging design, ice cream product packaging design, new product packaging design, RTD ready to drink product packaging design, FMCG product packaging design, Cosmetic packaging, Interior retail store packaging, beauty and skincare packaging design, luxury brand packaging design, cosmetic product packaging design, Consumer Shopper retail packaging design. Tobacco packaging design. OUR CLIENTS INCLUDE UNILEVER, NESTLE, P&G, Waitrose UK retail, Sainsbury’s, Cold Storage Retail Singapore, and Central Retail Group Thailand. CREATIVITY, INNOVATION & STRATEGY is at the core of every business, brand’s ability to stand out and rise above the competition and succeed. Creativity, Innovation and Strategy is the difference between winning and losing, success and failure. In Creativity, Innovation & Strategy, we EXCEL. CONTACT US NOW, WE’LL SHOW YOU HOW. BLUE ORANGE ASIA EXPERTS IN CREATIVE DESIGN IN BANGKOK, THAILAND. PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITES TO VIEW A FEW EXAMPLES OF OUR BEST WORK. www.blueorangeasia.com | www.blueorangeuk.com As one of the best 'Think Different' Creative New Brand, New Product Design Companies-Agencies in Thailand, England, Hong Kong, Singapore, our Point of Difference is in our expertise to create compelling strategic branding communication ideas that forge long term engagement and relationships between companies and consumers. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AN EXCEPTIONAL SKU RETAIL CONSUMER BRAND DESIGN PARTNER AGENCY, CONTACT NOW for an informal meeting. Blue Orange Asia Brand Marketing | Consumer Brand Design & Development Better Ideas. Better Results. Tel: +66 2 231 8047 Contact us at. ideas@blueorangeasia.com | www.blueorangeasia.com Tip 1: Always start by considering form and function There are two very basic considerations with packaging design – form and function. In its most basic form, packaging keeps the product within safe and intact. But encasing your product in bubble wrap, polystyrene and a blank box won’t exactly lure any new customers, will it? So your packaging also needs to provide the consumers with product information and make it an attractive buying prospect – what it is, why it’s the best product for their needs, and why they need to buy it now. Tip 2: Don’t be afraid to be creative If you want people to think that your product is great quality, then your packaging needs to relate this. If it’s abundantly clear that time, effort and a lot of consideration has gone into your packaging alone, this should speak volumes about the product that it houses. High quality, creative packaging can also be a strong signal and influencer in the decision making process for the consumer, even if your product is priced a little higher than your cheaper competitors. Because they are fun and make the product as feature of the packaging, the design helps to three dimensionally enhance the product, whilst effectively conveying the brand’s core values of environmentally friendly processes and natural materials. Tip 3: Always be clear and concise about what your product is Sometimes too much creativity leads to product ambiguity. In some cases, it’s not always clear what’s inside the packet or box, and sometimes it’s even harder to find the brand name. Likewise, bold packaging design littered with product benefits can be confusing and disguises your branding and branding ethos. On the other end of the scale, minimised packaging that focuses solely on brand rather than the product’s benefits is risky; for some worldwide brands and household names, this can work. But for smaller brands looking to break into the market, it can mean frustration for the consumer and a missed sale. Tip 4: Displaying via bricks and mortar vs online The environment that your product will be sold in will have a huge impact on your product’s packaging design. In a bricks-and-mortar store, it’s likely that you product will be stacked on a shelf, hung, or put on a display stand. But as a smaller brand, you’ll want to maximise your potential audience by also selling your product online. In an online sales environment, consumers don’t have the ability the pickup, touch and weigh up the product in their hands. Touch is a sense that simply cannot be accessed in digital stores, so you have to compensate and appeal to the other senses. On screen, the same rule applies that you need to make your product stand out, but other factors such as typography and colour palette are more important than ever. Here’s a great example of a product that is appealing and eye-catching in both a digital sales and bricks and mortar environment. Tip 5: Get outside advice For many smaller businesses, budgets can be modest and money can be tight. The team may be small – sometimes just one or two people, and the skills and knowledge needed to cover all elements of the business from product design, to marketing and packaging, are best left in the hands of an expert. You might have a good eye for what works, but coming up with the goods is a different matter entirely. Read Less
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BLUE ORANGE ASIA IS A LEADING CREATIVE DESIGN AGENCY IN BANGKOK AND PHUKET, THAILAND, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, HONG KONG, AND SINGAPORE,
servicing clients in HCMC Vietnam, Yangon Myanmar, Vientiane Laos, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Hong Kong,  Singapore, London, England, United Kingdom.

MANY OF THE BEST CONSUMER DESIGN BRANDS WORK WITH US
 because we have 20 years of Award Winning Experience with the best Consumer Branding-Design Consultant Agencies in the world is at the core of everything we do.

'WE DELIVER BETTER IDEAS, BETTER RESULTS, AT FAR BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY.'
Blue Orange Asia's Design Services include annual report design, corporate brochure design, website design, UX Design, UI Design, retail POS design,   brand activation design, Events Design, wine label packaging design, ice cream product packaging design, new product packaging design,  Digital Design,  RTD ready to drink product packaging design, FMCG product packaging design,  Cosmetic packaging,  Interior  retail store packaging, beauty and skincare packaging design, luxury brand packaging design, cosmetic product packaging design, Consumer Shopper retail packaging design.

CONTACT US NOW, WE'LL SHOW YOU HOW.
www.blueorangeasia.com    |    ideas@blueorangeasia.com
SCALINI ITALIAN RESTAURANT BRAND IDENTITY DESIGN FOR THE HILTON HOTEL IN BANGKOK.
Blue Orange Asia's digital graphic design for clients in the New Product Creation, Innovation, New Tech, Bio Technology, E Commerce, Hi Tech, Software, New Media , PR, FMCG, Retail, Hospitality, Hotels and Resorts, Travel, Tourism,  Luxury, Lifestyle, Healthcare, Wellness, Medical, Sports, Fitness, Financial Services, Insurance, IT, Mobile, Apps, Devices, Gaming, Consumer Goods, Electronics, Recruitment, Fashion, Apparel, Accessories, Automotive, Airports, Airlines, Alternative Energy, ECO Green Living.
BLUE ORANGE ASIA BANGKOK DESIGN CLIENTS INCLUDE UNILEVER, NESTLE, P&G, WAITROSE UK.  COLD STORAGE RETAIL SINGAPORE.

(LUXURY WINE PACKAGING DESIGN BY BLUE ORANGE ASIA DESIGN COMPANY IN BANGKOK, THAILAND)

AS LEADING CREATIVE DESIGN AGENCY IN BANGKOK, THAILAND, BLUE ORANGE ASIA HAS DEVELOPED AND DESIGNED ANNUAL REPORTS, CORPORATE BROCHURE DESIGN,  GRAPHIC DESIGN, CONSUMER RETAIL PACKAGING DESIGN,  INTERIOR SIGNAGE DESIGN, DIGITAL DESIGN, NEW BRAND & PRODUCT DESIGN FOR CLIENTS IN BANGKOK, THAILAND, LONODN UK, HONG KONG, SINGAPORE, YANGON, VIENTIANE, HCMC, PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA FOR OVER 20 YEARS.

CORPORATE BROCHURE - ANNUAL REPORT DESIGN BY BLUE ORANGE ASIA DESIGN AGENCY CONSULTANTS IN BANGKOK THAILAND.
SKU RETAIL PACKAGING DESIGN IN BANGKOK THAILAND.
BELOW ARE 5 OF THE BEST TIPS FOR DEVELOPING OUTSTANDING NEW DESIGN IN BANGKOK, HONG KONG, SINGAPORE.

Tip 1: Always start by considering form and function
There are two very basic considerations with packaging design – form and function. In its most basic form, packaging keeps the product within safe and intact. But encasing your product in bubble wrap, polystyrene and a blank box won’t exactly lure any new customers, will it? So your packaging also needs to provide the consumers with product information and make it an attractive buying prospect – what it is, why it’s the best product for their needs, and why they need to buy it now.

Tip 2: Don’t be afraid to be creative
If you want people to think that your product is great quality, then your packaging needs to relate this. If it’s abundantly clear that time, effort and a lot of consideration has gone into your packaging alone, this should speak volumes about the product that it houses.
High quality, creative packaging can also be a strong signal and influencer in the decision making process for the consumer, even if your product is priced a little higher than your cheaper competitors. Because they are fun and make the product as feature of the packaging, the design helps to three dimensionally enhance the product, whilst effectively conveying the brand’s core values of environmentally friendly processes and natural materials.

Tip 3: Always be clear and concise about what your product is.
Sometimes too much creativity leads to product ambiguity. In some cases, it’s not always clear what’s inside the packet or box, and sometimes it’s even harder to find the brand name. Likewise, bold packaging design littered with product benefits can be confusing and disguises your branding and branding ethos. On the other end of the scale, minimised packaging that focuses solely on brand rather than the product’s benefits is risky; for some worldwide brands and household names, this can work. But for smaller brands looking to break into the market, it can mean frustration for the consumer and a missed sale.

Tip 4: Displaying via bricks and mortar vs online
The environment that your product will be sold in will have a huge impact on your product’s packaging design. In a bricks-and-mortar store, it’s likely that you product will be stacked on a shelf, hung, or put on a display stand. But as a smaller brand, you’ll want to maximise your potential audience by also selling your product online.  In an online sales environment, consumers don’t have the ability the pickup, touch and weigh up the product in their hands. Touch is a sense that simply cannot be accessed in digital stores, so you have to compensate and appeal to the other senses. On screen, the same rule applies that you need to make your product stand out, but other factors such as typography and colour palette are more important than ever. Here’s a great example of a product that is appealing and eye-catching in both a digital sales and bricks and mortar environment.

Tip 5: Get outside advice
For many smaller businesses, budgets can be modest and money can be tight. The team may be small – sometimes just one or two people, and the skills and knowledge needed to cover all elements of the business from product design, to marketing and packaging, are best left in the hands of an expert. You might have a good eye for what works, but coming up with the goods is a different matter entirely.