Seven design ideas of green packaging①


Release time :

2023-04-24

In the last issue, I briefly talked about the seven ideas of green packaging design, and then I will introduce recycling design thinking and recycling design thinking in the form of a case study and a teacher-student dialogue. What is recycling design thinking? Student 1: Teacher, you can see that such packaging materials can be called recycle. Teacher: This is a typical green packaging design. From materials, usage, and presentation results, all aspects of thinking can be thought of with Recycle. Student 2: In addition to thinking that the source of raw materials is Recycle, we also hope that it is non-toxic and pollution-free. Student 3: It is best to come from materials that can be decomposed naturally, let nature come from nature, take what is natural and use nature. Teacher: We often think that green design is a design of subtraction, which means besides reducing the volume or price. It is more of a focus design. Student 1: Does the teacher have a case to share with us? Teacher: You drink coffee every day. What packaging materials can use the concept of Recycle? Student 1: Let me start by saying, coffee grounds = you can make clothes, shampoo, deodorant, compost...   Student 2: Cups = paper cups, cup holders, bags, cup holders, and even cup lids can be used. Student 3: The habit and attitude of drinking coffee = what you want is the feeling of rest and relaxation, go to the store to enjoy it, and don't take away any packaging. Teacher: Haha~. Many times, seeing whether a mountain is a mountain or not, has its reason and location, which is related to the field and role you are in. True, there is no such thing as the best package Only the most suitable packaging! Next, let’s talk about Reuse Design Thinking Reuse of packaging consumables: Student 1: Teacher, do you think this method is good? Student 2: Let me say first: it feels pretty good, it is heat-resistant, waterproof, easy to store, and it also has a unified size and identification. Student 3: I think it can also be numbered to manage the homeless, or change some colors to make the city look better. Such as camouflage... Teacher: Let's think about it: Did the homeless come first? Or packaging supplies first? How did they solve sleep before? Student 1: It seems to exist at the same time! And before, cardboard boxes or canvas were used as sleeping pads, with different colors and sizes! Student 2: I guess what the teacher means is to ask us to think about the broad meaning of Reuse. Student 3: Reuse is back to the same good? Or other uses? Teacher: You guys are great. Is Q Reuse better than Q or something else? Student 3: I understand the teacher, if we want Reuse to be effective and outstanding, we should think about the overall ins and outs, rather than one-sided thinking. Teacher: Haha~ Awesome!

In the last issue, I briefly talked about the seven ideas of green packaging design, and then I will introduce recycling design thinking and recycling design thinking in the form of a case study and a teacher-student dialogue.

What is recycling design thinking?

Student 1: Teacher, you can see that such packaging materials can be called recycle.

Teacher: This is a typical green packaging design. From materials, usage, and presentation results, all aspects of thinking can be thought of with Recycle.

Student 2: In addition to thinking that the source of raw materials is Recycle, we also hope that it is non-toxic and pollution-free.

Student 3: It is best to come from materials that can be decomposed naturally, let nature come from nature, take what is natural and use nature.

Teacher: We often think that green design is a design of subtraction, which means besides reducing the volume or price. It is more of a focus design.

Student 1: Does the teacher have a case to share with us?

Teacher: You drink coffee every day. What packaging materials can use the concept of Recycle?

Student 1: Let me start by saying, coffee grounds = you can make clothes, shampoo, deodorant, compost...  

Student 2: Cups = paper cups, cup holders, bags, cup holders, and even cup lids can be used.

Student 3: The habit and attitude of drinking coffee = what you want is the feeling of rest and relaxation, go to the store to enjoy it, and don't take away any packaging.

Teacher: Haha~. Many times, seeing whether a mountain is a mountain or not, has its reason and location, which is related to the field and role you are in.

True, there is no such thing as the best package

Only the most suitable packaging!

Next, lets talk about Reuse Design Thinking

Reuse of packaging consumables:

Student 1: Teacher, do you think this method is good?

Student 2: Let me say first: it feels pretty good, it is heat-resistant, waterproof, easy to store, and it also has a unified size and identification.

Student 3: I think it can also be numbered to manage the homeless, or change some colors to make the city look better. Such as camouflage...

Teacher: Let's think about it: Did the homeless come first? Or packaging supplies first? How did they solve sleep before?

Student 1: It seems to exist at the same time! And before, cardboard boxes or canvas were used as sleeping pads, with different colors and sizes!

Student 2: I guess what the teacher means is to ask us to think about the broad meaning of Reuse.

Student 3: Reuse is back to the same good? Or other uses?

Teacher: You guys are great. Is Q Reuse better than Q or something else?

Student 3: I understand the teacher, if we want Reuse to be effective and outstanding, we should think about the overall ins and outs, rather than one-sided thinking.

Teacher: Haha~ Awesome!

Well, this issue explains the design thinking of recycling and regeneration, and the next issue will talk about the design thinking of reduction.Welcome more people to pay attention to our Zhuhai Baoli Foam Spray Pump Co., Ltd.