Sept. 8, 2021

The Future of Antimicrobial Packaging with Danielle McWaters of DesignSake | Ep 63

The Future of Antimicrobial Packaging with Danielle McWaters of DesignSake | Ep 63
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Ever wondered what the future of packaging looks like?

You’re not alone. In fact, it’s a question that has been on the minds of many designers and brand-owners alike.

We all know how important sustainability is to our world today, but we also want to make sure that we are doing everything in our power to make products as effective and safe for consumers. 

That being said, antimicrobial coatings are trending due to covid, the current pandemic, but also looking to everyday hygiene of products we come into contact with. 

Learn how DesignSake launched Matter, designed packaging for Nixit, and is building the next brand incubator near SF. 

Here’s a few more take aways you’ll get from this episode:

1) If you can design for others, you can build for yourself.

Design Sake launched a new product into the market and we get into how agencies are taking ownership of the products they design.

2) Removing the responsibility of sustainability from the consumer.

3) How do you make packaging that is a reflection of who you are and meets your sustainability goals. How do you hold clients accountable? And how do you make clients as successful as you possible can?

4) The future pipelines of DTC brands and how designers need to think about material innovation, and should packaging be anti-microbial?

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