Fingering The Coffee

Fingering The Coffee

I am always fascinated with the different coffee packaging that keeps popping up. This time around we have a finger-cover design that folds inside out. Basically you can use the package itself to stir the coffee, once you have poured out the mix. It looks into hygiene, eco-friendliness and productiveness in a resourceful way.

0 Designer: Jaeyong Lee

Budget Billing

Budget Billing

When you are living on a shoestring budget (popularly known as student’s budget), you know that every penny counts. This is why time and again we see designers coming up with innovative ways to split the bill. Go Dutch Bill is one such concept that allows diners to get their bill printed individually, as per their order. Super non-fuss way of doing the math!

0 Designer: Szu-Yu Liu

Better Than McDonalds?

Better Than McDonalds?

I love the McDonalds French Fries and the red box that they serve it in. But I think the potatogether is a tad better concept and something all French Fries vendors should consider. The bag makes it easy to get to the fires and once torn open it serves as a handy plate or dish. Simple and functional, I think design is a winner!

0 Designer: Students from Chonbuk National University

Simple Coffee Fix

Simple Coffee Fix

The ‘Stir Then Squeeze’ is neither the first nor the last attempt in unifying the coffee-creamer-stirrer process. However what makes this attempt stand out, is the perfect methodology involved in the coffee – creamer dispensing. Sorry for being biased, but I am a coffee addict, and anything to do with making it easy to get to my cuppa joe, and I’m sold!

0 Designer: Yu-Ren Lai

Sustainable Hanger Bag

Sustainable Hanger Bag

I love this simple and innovative solution to a sustainable carry bag. The H+Bag has a functional edge and combines a carry bag with a hanger. Most often stores give us beautiful, sustainable paper bags to carry our clothes back home. Now if we add a twist to the bag and fashion it as a hanger, wouldn’t that be a great eco-idea! Say, hello to the H+Bag!

0 Designer: Hyo Jun Jeon

Better Bandaging

Better Bandaging

The AmoeBAND is a bionic concept for band aid. The design features strategic cut-outs so that you can shape it to fit fingers in such a way that it is easy to bend them and not disrupt the bandage. It even features an intelligent dressing material allows you to regularly check wounds from the outside, without upsetting the healing process. Since the bandage material used exudes a leather-like feel, availability in different skin-tones helps it blend in, without overly highlighting the injury.

0 Designers: Various

Camouflaging a Bandage

Camouflaging a Bandage

The only time I’ve been so obsessed with bandages was when I spied the jewel encrusted Cynthia Rowley’s Limited Edition. This Chameleon Bandage takes the concept of band-aid protection a notch higher by becoming literally invisible. I suppose there must be some chemical elements to it. However the designers have not clarified it as yet. Imagine how cool will it be to sport a bandage that blends with your skin tone, especially for those awkward places on your chin or cheek! Me wants one now!

0 Designers: Various

Sterile Sip

Sterile Sip

A Clean Label is a low cost protective label that prevents you from drinking from a contaminated soda can. If we take the user scenario seriously, I agree with the notion that we tend to take swig from the can, without even cleaning it. It’s a subconscious act and yes, we are filthy…me included! This simple can-clip redesign adds a cleaning filament that swipes the can-surface clean in a jiffy. Cheers to a germ-free drink!

0 Designers: Meixian Su, Fengming Chen & Yujie Chen

Just The Right Pressure

Just The Right Pressure

H-Socks make for lame product design, however if you consider them as packaging, I’d call them pretty clever. We all know how reflexology is great for relieving pain and clearing energy blocks, so if the pressure points are known, we can easily ask someone (or do it ourself) to do us the favor of a massage. Even better, how about using a pair as icebreakers? Wicked!

0 Designers: Various

Convenient Bottle

Convenient Bottle

Convenient Cavity is a shampoo bottle redesign that allows you to pump out the liquid with one hand. The cavity provides and easy grip plus doubles up as a spot to hang the bottle from. And because of the emptiness in between, the pump’s pipe fits in the bottle at a slant, enabling you to extract all the liquid. Good for shampoo and any kinda liquid suds, if you ask me!

0 Designers: Bao Haimo, Piao Hailong, Liu Yuancheng, Miao Pengpeng & Xu Kun

Neat Pizza Fingers

Neat Pizza Fingers

I love the Paper Dish concept and hope that Dominos or Pizza Hut take up on this idea ASAP. The thang is only a well-cut paper with appropriate perforations, that allow you to slice and devour a pizza slice, without getting your hands messy. The idea is very clever, more like a makeshift paper plate, but worth including in my next box of hot takeaway!

0 Designers: Yu Kyung Ha, Won Min Jung & Kwon Young Hee

Packaging Perfectionism

Packaging Perfectionism

Does it really matter how you tape your boxes shut? Not really, unless you add some cool hinges to the design, or go off-center like how I usually do. But if you are perfectionism personified, then you must really crave for neatness while sealing stuff. So how about the Center Tape? I know you’ll really dig it!

0 Designers: Hwang Youn Ha & Han Seung Bum

Story of a Paint Can

Story of a Paint Can

The Edge Drop is not rocket science! It is a simple redesign of the paint can to ensure that you pour out all the paint into the mixing bucket without spilling any. Similar to the spout of a jug, the inward niche on the rim looks to be a practical solution and something that can make a difference. What do you think?

0 Designers: Junyoung Jang & Jiseok Heo

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