packaging inspiration · 07 August 2020
TIFFANY BLUE 'Tiffany Blue' has been the brand’s identifying colour since 1845, and is the colloquial name for the light robin-egg blue associated with the company created by Charles Tiffany and John Young in 1837. The colour was chosen by Tiffany for the cover of their Blue Book, first published in 1845, which documented some of the world’s most precious and rare stones — including diamonds obtained from French and Spanish aristocracy. Since then, Tiffany & Co. have used the colour...
business · 07 August 2020
A bespoke packaging… … pave the way for memorable unboxing moments … create an excellent first impression of your brand … communicate your ethos and value proposition … encourage customers to talk up your brand and products ...all of which can ultimately lead to stronger customer relationships, higher levels of engagement, and more sales. Tip 1 Create a great first impression Packaging allows your work or service to speak, even before the product does that. Your clients will view...

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