Your package is often the first interaction a customer has with you. When we design packaging, we start with getting to know who you are, who your audience is, and how your product would appeal and benefit them. We wrap that knowledge in a look that captures attention and motivates action.
We are a custom design shop. That means we don’t do cookie-cutter designs. Your design will not look like any other design we did for past customers, they are unique to you and your company. When we create or refresh your brand it’s a unique process; from the initial sketch until the finished product. We involve you every step of the way.
We become a team to put together the image you want to create. It’s quite a special experience for us to help you inject life into your brand. We often see a company’s employees get excited as they see their company portrayed in a new and exciting way. It makes them feel ‘proud’ to be part of a team that is moving forward.
An enhanced brand can transform your company and increase your sales & customer loyalty. We can bring your brand to life! We view packaging more than just a cosmetic exercise.
Contour Products requested a unique packaging design for their ergonomically designed donut cushion. We came through with an open package sleeve which highlighted product features.
Go ahead and review our recent packaging. These companies took a step forward to improve their packaging design and brand.
What Our Customers Say:
I wanted to let you know that sales have been good, response to the packaging and P.O.P. has been awesome! Especially from auto stores.
I just wanted to call and let you know that I have all the pieces and I am really, really pleased with the work and it was a pleasure working with you.
Catalpha did a really terrific job on a complete redesign of our retail packaging. Our current retail customers continue to comment to me how eye-catching and attractive the updated art is, and when we’ve shown prospective new customers the new packaging, they totally love it. It’s just really easy to imagine the product jumping off shelves.