Structural Packaging | 2011
Background
Diabetes management at first could be overwhelming given the amount of components on a starting kit. The main idea was to develop new structural packaging that can be use across different medical devices providing better organization to starting kits.
 
The process
Phase 1 | Category audit and consumer insights – Deep dive into diabetes management category and search devices and electronic packaging as a source of benchmarking and inspiration.
 
Phase 2 | Design exploratory –  Guide design team to develop structural packaging options that aligns with design objectives, manufacturing process and cost restrictions. Design objectives included: Product organization as the most essential aspect to deliver, to make information easier to process to the new consumer, simplify the first time interaction (15+ components in the kit) and to elevate the value perception of the brand.
A new take on the six-sided box, it opens up to display the product, while hiding the additional materials
Components are organized into two compartments all instructions for use in one side and all devices are hardware in the other.
Display pedestal to hero the device and tray system to organized all the instruction for use materials.
Structural Packaging | 2011
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Structural Packaging | 2011

Rethinking medical devices structural packaging
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