This video was made specifically for Etsy sellers, but the tips given here can apply to anybody trying to sell anything online — whether it’s eBay, Craigslist, or Etsy. Great, clear, and big photos are going to help a lot!
Over at GOOD there’s a post filled with examples of conceptual and prototype product packaging that disappears/dissolves with use. In the example shown here, OXO got rid of the plastic wrap-around label and printed icons directly onto the glass. Small steps, but one that can lead to big differences for these big companies.
In 2 separate posts (here & here) Antrepo explores the idea of taking away as much as possible from various brands’ logos and product packaging while still maintaining the brand’s iconic aesthetic. In most cases, color is stripped almost entirely and the product is left to fend for itself simply on the now-monotone (or minimal) [...]
Take a look at this work from Anderson Design Group for Willa’s Shortbread. Great type work and color scheme that makes it really feel like this came off of a home shelf rather than a grocery store. ᔥ The Dieline (photos by Edward Patton)
Philippe Dubost, a Web Product Manager who is so talented, he may be priceless, has created an awesome resume online that resembles at quick glance to be an Amazon Product Page. Check it out here. [via]
Another image from designboom of Nivea’s new rebranding. Those first two capsules don’t really echo their look today, but I bet they would sell a lot if they reissued these.