Will you reject these unconventional drug packagin

2022-07-22
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Will you reject these unconventional drug packaging designs

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core tip: both children and adults are more or less resistant to taking medicine. Compared with the packaging of children's medicine that moves closer to the cute route to reduce the burden of taking medicine, most of other drugs follow the formulaic design style. In addition to looking rather monotonous, this efficiency oriented information transmission also ignores the special needs of some patients. This week we have collected several cases that try to solve problems in a more beautiful or convenient way, which may provide you with some inspiration

[China Packaging News] both children and adults are more or less resistant to taking medicine. Compared with the packaging of children's medicine that moves closer to the cute route to reduce the burden of taking medicine, most of other drugs follow the formulaic design style. In addition to looking rather monotonous, this efficiency first information transmission of ± 0.1% of the set value also ignores the special needs of some patients. This week we have collected several cases that try to solve problems in a more beautiful or convenient way, which may provide you with some inspiration

five minutes only by Christina wong

this set of drugs named five minutes only is a set of conceptual products designed by Singapore graphic designer Christina Wong when she was studying visual communication at Nanyang Technological University. Facing the subject of "choosing a tradition that is gradually disappearing in Singapore and designing for the audience in 2050", Wong boldly created a set of fashionable product packaging and instructions around traditional Chinese medicine. The whole set of products includes cold pills, tea bags to relieve physical pain, anti fatigue potions, etc. - in her imagination, Chinese medicine will appear in people's lives in a more daily way in 2050 - therefore, you can see the illustrations closely related to the fatigue performance of metal materials and their efficacy on the packaging, and the colors used are also very lively and bright

cererum by Bella huang

for Alzheimer's patients or people with disabilities and visual impairment, it is not easy to remember their daily medication. San Francisco graphic designer Bella Huang brought this concept drug called cererum to this end. By adding removable puzzles with different geometric shapes to the medicine bottle, they not only become part of the whole recognition system, but also can cooperate with the wooden game base to help patients exercise their ability to think about space

pa material is a special problem

nobilin by bbdo

nobilin under the German pharmaceutical company MEDICOM Pharma is a stomach drug that helps digestion. In order to improve brand recognition, the company entrusted BBDO Germany to design a group of special drug packaging. Often, the back of the drug plate printed with the drug instructions is replaced with targets in the shape of cattle, pigs, fish and other animals. Therefore, whenever people take out the tablets, it is like a part of the target has been shot. This proposal to vividly explain the efficacy of the drug was highly praised after its launch, which prompted the company to finally extend the sales period of the special edition. The production and sales of new energy vehicles have plunged rapidly

pretty pills by Clara Lam Tae mccash

as the group with the highest average daily drug consumption, the elderly aged 65 and above are also facing problems such as being unable to see the label or being difficult to open the package. Clara Lam and Tae mccash, who studied at the University of Washington, designed this concept package called pretty pills to remind patients of medication progress through more eye-catching date labels. When taking medicine, just gently pull out the date label to unlock the separate small medicine box and take it directly, which reduces the burden of the elderly

help remedies by pearlfisher

in the face of a wide variety of drugs and their uniform packaging that makes people fall into selection barriers, help remedies, a New York pharmaceutical company founded in 2008, decided to take less as the goal and create minimalist drugs according to different symptoms. Together with the creative company Pearlfisher, they designed a set of drug packaging for seven symptoms, such as nasal congestion, insomnia, headache and allergy, and used color and straightforward text to help people find help more quickly in case of illness. As an emergency medicine, the size of these boxes is quite friendly to both pharmacy sales and patients

band aid multi's by Stephanie toole

after finding it difficult to find a band aid that just matches the size of the wound at the first time, Stephanie Toole, a New York designer, decided to improve the packaging of several Bondi products. In this set of multi's packaging box, two rolls of band aids of different sizes are placed up and down, and the required number of copies can be easily extracted through two small openings on the side. In order to remind people to supplement products in time, the last few sheets of each volume of band aid are also printed with the countdown number

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