Interactive packaging

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Randy has a round up interesting interactive packaging from the past – via NOTCOT.

I love packaging that actually does something—that changes or becomes part of the experience when you use the product. There are three classic examples of packages that I think do this. All were patented in the 1950’s or 1960’s and all are still in use today… 1. Stripe Toothpaste, 2. Jiffy Pop popcorn, and 3. Pillsbury spiral-wound refrigerated dough containers. I know there are other examples I haven’t thought of, but these are three that mean something to me.

2 thoughts on “Interactive packaging

  1. Don’t forget the self-warming coffee/hot coco they’re selling at Wal-mart now…. Those are pretty awesome, if not a little disturbing considering the method.

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