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There are 51 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Packaging research - evaluating consumer reaction
Effective packaging is an essential part of product marketing, and consumer research is needed to determine the most effective packaging. There are many factors to determine before the product hits the shelf. Focus groups, mall intercept interviewing and test market auditing are three effective tools, and researchers have developed others to determine shelf impact.
Packaging change boosts coffee's identity
A change in packaging has turned the Johann Jacobs brand of coffees into a viable competitor in the coffee industry. Visibility and projected imagery tests helped create a more contemporary design to make the coffee stand out on supermarket shelves.
Research improves sweetener packaging
When NutraSweet Co., Chicago, makers of Equal sugar substitute, wanted to compete with sugar as a healthier substitute, serious marketing research was needed. Shelf visibility tests and label communication T-scope tests were used to create new, more-effective packaging.
Innovative packaging keeps Campbell's at market forefront
Packaging is one of the most important and least understood, elements of product marketing. Campbell Soup reviews demographic information and market trends to keep its packaging ahead of the curve and remain a market innovator.
Package program evaluates strength of package designs
The Design Visibility Lab (DVL), developed by NOVA Research Inc., goes beyond subjective consumer opinions to measure the visibility and strength of a package. DVL uses a series of six instruments to determine the effectiveness of packaging in an objective manner.

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Incorporating qualitative into package design research
The author shares some basic ideas and best practices for the use of qualitative research as a component in the package design research plan.
Research via Facebook sates association’s appetite for insights
Looking to be proactive in its approach to research, the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association found Facebook an effective, engaging way to talk to Millennials.
Social media-based tools helped find, retain respondents for unique study
Seeking product design insights for our multitasking-crazed world, researcher Kelley Styring sought input from an unlikely source: arm amputees.
Package-to-product fit assessments that improve brand alignment
The author outlines how to use split-cell tests to determine if a product and its packaging are misaligned.
Qualitatively Speaking: Seven things you don’t know about usability testing
The author offers tips for conducting more useful usability studies.

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