Packaging Sustainability: Tools, Systems and Strategies for Innovative Package Design (Google eBook)
How to take the lead with sustainable packaging design solutions
With initiatives like the Wal-Mart Scorecard in the U.S. and the E.U.'s Packaging Directive, delivering sustainable packaging is now an integral part of today's global competitive market. Written by experts from a wide variety of fields, here is a comprehensive, single source of actionable information that enables everyone involved in the design and development process to make smart, informed decisions, opening new possibilities for creating truly innovative solutions.
Wendy Jedlicka, CPP (Roseville, MN) is President of Jedlicka Design Ltd. and a member of the faculty at Minneapolis College of Art and Design's groundbreaking Sustainable Design Certificate Program. A Certified Packaging Professional, she serves as Upper Midwest Chapter Chair (o2umw.org), as well as U.S. co-coordinator for the o2 Global Green Design Network (o2.org), and contributes frequently to Packaging Design magazine's "Sustainability Update" feature column.
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Tools Systems and Strategies for Innovative Package Design Chapter 2 The Mechanics of Human Behavior
Tools Systems and Strategies for Innovative Package Design Chapter 3 Marketing and Truth
Tools Systems and Strategies for Innovative Package Design Chapter 4 Laws and Economics
Tools Systems and Strategies for Innovative Package Design Chapter 5 Systems Thinking
Tools Systems and Strategies for Innovative Package Design Chapter 6 Materials and Processes
Tools Systems and Strategies for Innovative Package Design Chapter 7 Innovation Toolbox
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Tools Systems and Strategies for Innovative Package Design Notes by Chapter
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