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Josefine Windefors Gisela NilssonNackademin
Elin Wadsten Cherrie RahbarNackademin
Packaging design for a vibrator – unique watermark/app solution for access to product info, community and newsfeed.The jury: Here is a sustainable concept, both in terms of structure and quality. What’s more, it’s a production-friendly solution. The result is a piece of elegant packaging that is easily reusable – nothing to be ashamed of. The promise of “love in a battery” in the Wilmer X song rings true, and it is just that bold approach the winners had the courage to incorporate in their design.
Linnea LarpeLina Bergström Katri Bergdahl Nackademin
Tove SundgrenNanny MitchellLina Petersson Arina PauliNackademin
Julia Hedqvist Alexandra Wester Mimmi TörnrosNackademin
Anna FroelichErika NyströmMarcus CronstamNackademin
Elena Malakhova Nackademin
Edith SundbergEmili NilssonEmilia HelgessonKarin Wennerberg Nackademin
Luz RondónJessica-Viktoria TrzaskaBirgitta Åman Brobygrafiska
Elin VennerströmJakob Westin Linnea ÅkerbergBrobygrafiska
Packaging design for an electric toothbrush – the coloured patch is a scannable code.The jury: The jury found this packaging concept exemplary in its simplicity and clarity, and very production-friendly to boot. It stands out on the shelves of this category and you make no mistake as to what’s inside. An extra plus! In fact, this is the only entry that is clear about the contents. A neat package design that is anything but toothless.
Nina KloseCharlie NyrjäLotta GidlundCamilla EdlundBrobygrafiska
Ella WalfridssonOlle RombergFredrik UndeBrobygrafiska
Jonathan JonssonAlexandra ForssénLinn KarlssonBrobygrafiska
Packaging design for a razor – alarm sensors send signals to the checkout if somebody tampers with the pack.The jury: Here is a design that replaces two plastic packs and challenges the conventional in a segment of daily importance. And it features double pilfer-proofing. It’s no easy task to persuade a consumer to hang on to a package, but the built-in functionality makes it easier. The ever-important tactile factor is there as well. A razor-sharp design project!
Kinna AnderssonViktor AnderssonJosefine JohanssonBrobygrafiska
An attractive and technically creative packaging design for an oven thermometer. The packaging concept was based on heat-sensitive ink and communication with an app that displays the temperature and other data. The Jury: The winning design concept is characterized by clarity, nice design and thinking outside the box. Especially the tamper-proof sealing is clever and material-efficient. The shelf impact is appealing and gives a sense of quality. The unit connects via a smartphone app. In addition, production is feasible.
David BernardAubry CurielCorentin PoupartMathias RichardIUT de Reims
Léa BoiteuxJustine BenhaimMarie MathieuLéa GuiraudouIUT de Reims
Martin PulbyPaul AxelleMargaux MorieulIUT de Reims
AMPTON is designed for a media player and works as a docking station.
Yoline GalloisJustine MorvalAngelique SansonIUT de Reims
A design conceived for a drone featured a solar panel, GPS and a QR code. The Jury: Each component of the study was finalized: a clear packaging, with technical functions to optimize the use of mini-Unmanned Aerial Vehicle – UAV (sunscreen for battery charging, GPS automatic UAV returns), practicality and durability for rewarding the drone itself, a simple but effective visual look, highlighting the qualities of BillerudKorsnäs cartonboard. Innovation both attractive and useful was required as evidence just waiting to be realized.
Marine Aumont Olivia Colling Jonathan Delefortrie Juliette Franzetti IUT de Reims
Elise Jambou Agathe Rembert Coralie Flabat IUT de Reims
Aubree Lenglet Antoine Vauthier Pierre Humbert Thibaud Gerlach ESIReims
Caroline Bernard Marion Cullie Margot Renaudin Caroline Boin ESIReims
A package using an electrical ink to help people locate their lost glasses.
Almansa-FernandezCzubekKeovongkot Perez ESIReims
Pierre Requis Paul Sarcelet Claire GerardAmandine Baudusseau ESIReims
Sofia JbaraAnissa BouddaneJuliette VittenetClément CondouretESIReims
Anais Fourrel Deborah Rutkowski Pierre Viry ESEPAC
Amelie Chapon Delphine Giraud Alan Beneito ESEPAC
Quentin Coatrieux Alexis Bout Florian Morel ESEPAC
Mathilde Robert Cloe Desdoigt Estelle Hebrard ESEPAC
MEC SUPPORT HEURE is designed for a connected support watch and includes a QR code and NFC (Near Field Communication) technology.
Loren CoutolleauLoic MonacQuentin Maury ESEPAC
Camille JaminCamille SourdillatClement Blanchard Marion SicardESEPAC
Dominique GerlachTobias GilchAlexander SchwanPhilipp UhlHochschule München
Nathanael JetterSascha HermannMartin WunnerViktor HahnemannHdM Stuttgart
Z5 was designed for a mini-computer and functions as a platform to use and program the computer directly, by providing a keyboard and a screen for communication. Due to the unusual shape and design of a space ship the package also had a high level of shelf impact. The Jury: The team really followed this year’s brief Electronic Connection. Also, it was a very good and sophisticated design. Very good thinking behind it. And an excellent marketing concept. In short, – Z5 deserved to win the finest prize Winner All Categories.
Anh Thu DinhJoanne KloseDennis SpiegelFelix KrohmBeuth Berlin
Jill McClanahanJulia SchneiderMarie GanghofnerVeronika SchafstallerHochschule München
Nicola HastedtNicole FischerFlorentine BartschMaxi HoyerJohannes NagelHTWK Leipzig
Tugba Altun Daniel BreilerAslan Mese Beuth Berlin
A diamond-shaped packaging concept made for earphones with different parts connected to an app for making music on an iPad.
Nadine OßwaldSonja HerrMartina MutterSophia HuberPatricia Bächle HdM Stuttgart
A package made for a portable and wireless bluetooth speaker, which could be charged through solar cells, integrated in the packaging.
Lukas KliksJessica BilfingerTheresa SchmidtVictoria EisenmannHochschule München
Albert RuckSascha HennrichDominik Marcel PflügerMaxi Stefanie WesolowskiBeuth Berlin
Leon SpessertPatryck KannmannMichael TriebswetterSofia ThurmaierHochschule München
Project Laut was a design for a mobile phone and the package featured an integrated extendable sound amplifier.
Alexander KrembPatricia KieferRebecca DopplerFabienne EbertzHdM Stuttgart
Intelliplant made an innovative connection between packaging and product. Using the latest technologies their packaging guaranteed successful growth of an indoor plant. For example, the consumer is alerted automatically by an app about the needs of his plant (moisture, pH value etc).
Tuan Dao ManhQuoc Khan LamAndreas RiedelBeuth Berlin
Lisa BeeseEva EdlerJacob ObrmanAnna SadzikHochschule München