Box design


To purchase this service simply send your content along with the images and other data that you want to show on your box project design.

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To start we need:
  • The size of the project design.
  • box dieline
  • your images
  • your text if required
  • sample style image you like
  • modification desired
  • product images in high resolution
What you’ll get in return?
  • Postcard design of your desired size
  • postcard design of your desired extention file
  • unlimited revisions
  • dedicated support
  • affordable pricing
  • print ready postcard
Box Design Tips

Firstly, perception is everything in selling. However the packaging you choose for your product, and the message you impart, will play a large part in how successful your product is. But that success depends largely on how you control the message – the words and images you use, and how you use them, allow you to influence the consumer’s perception of your product.

Secondly, designing custom box packaging isn’t difficult – and will be quite effective – if you design your box from the consumer’s point of view. Therefore a well designed custom printed box also allows you to define your product the way you want consumers to see it.

To clarify, with a sea of competitors out there, a lot is riding on your printed packaging. Here are a few design ideas to consider in creating the perfect product packaging solution:

Box Design Elements

  • Spending time up front defining the look and feel of your product box on paper will pay dividends down the road.
  • Resist the temptation to “create the box on the fly” – this usually results in mediocre packaging.
  • Less is more. The most elegant, appealing custom box designs are usually quite minimalist.
  • Keep pictures and graphics to a minimum. They should demonstrate
    what the product does in a very clear manner.
  • Short, concise points make for the most effective product presentation.
    Rework sentences and points until they flow well with very few words.
  • Make sure your graphics and pictures support your points.


  • Balance your design, mix of colors, text and pictures until it all flows well.
  • Get feedback from colleagues – they can be your best critics, and can give you ideas you hadn’t even thought of.
  • Refine, refine, refine until you get just the right mix of design, colors and benefits (that customers care about!) that will be irresistible to consumers walking down the aisle.
  • Look at the boxes on our site – these are actual custom boxes. There’s a lot of creative, and clever, custom box design ideas demonstrating good packaging design.

Additional information

Packaging design

Box design


A1, A4, A5, Custom size


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