Design Practice

Student Packaging Designer of the Year 2017 Winners

This year we had several winners at the 'Student Packaging Designer of the Year 2017' awards from our second year cohort.

Jamie Pybus / NUROFEN / Packaging Design

Jamie Pybus / NUROFEN / Packaging Design

Jamie's concept uses a clamshell inspired blister pack that removes the need for foil, and a fold out carton with enough printable space to include all information required about the product. The design greatly reduces wastage by eliminating the need for various materials and the associated logistics.

Wonjae Choi / JOHNSON'S BABY / Packaging Design

Wonjae Choi / JOHNSON'S BABY / Packaging Design

Wonjae's concept provides a seasonal pack offer for Johnson's baby bubble bath and wash. The screw cap incorporates a snow globe and bubble wand to encourage play at bath time.

Aidan Smith / TOOTHPASTE DISPENSER / Packaging Design

Aidan Smith / TOOTHPASTE DISPENSER / Packaging Design

Aidan's concept re-engineers the dispensing mechanism of standard toothpaste packaging. This ergonomic mechanism requires less twisting and squeezing of the hand, allowing greater control and accuracy when applying toothpaste to a brush.