From Phone Pouch Packaging to Glass-Encased Wearable Tech

By: Meghan Young - Mar 31, 2015
Technology packaging often gets a bad rap for being extremely hard to open, not to mention using a ton of unnecessary materials. Yet there are some companies breaking the mold to use these designs as an added level of marketing as well as an expression of the product itself.

For instance, one of the technology packaging designs focuses on the purpose of a phone charger, taking on the form of a juice carton. Another example is much more subtle, interpreting the schematics of a device in a way that is clean, simple and sci-fi worthy. Interestingly, a lot of the technology packaging designs surprisingly doesn't incorporate any actual hardware itself, allowing people to enjoy an analog interpretation of the brand before they open it up to use the product itself.