Seeking talented, self motivated designers to design and develop packaging for licensed products. Must have 2+ years of Packaging Design experience, a clear understanding of consumer packaging design and print expectations (bleeds, die lines, retouching, formats, resolution, mock ups, etc.) and a solid understanding of design, layout and type usage.
Ideal candidates have a bachelors of Science in Engineering (Mechanical or Manufacturing) and can perform plastic, component, and assembly specification analysis to ensure function & quality targets. Must have an understanding of injection molding and part design CAD (Solidworks) and the ability to build hand mock-ups and test concepts quickly.
Candidates must have a Bachelors in Industrial Design or Advertising and will contribute to the development of game design strategies, maximize current technologies and trends, and leverage best practices. A minimum of 7 years of progressive experience in consumer packaged goods design, and previous experience developing licensed products is required.
This is a wood toy set design for preschooler kids, aiming to stretch the kids' imagination, is easy to assemble and safe to play with. The product concept also tries to explore a second life for the product to be sustainable.
As a child, I had a mild fear of the dark. Okay, I would scream hysterically whenever left in a pitch black room. I had a Peter Cottontail nightlight for most of my childhood, upgrading to a plain white one in the hallway for a few years after that, and
Candidates will be responsible for producing high quality, creative graphics on toy packaging from concept to production. Applicants should have 3-5 years of consumer goods packaging/graphic design experience and hold a BFA Degree. A working knowledge of type manipulation, photography, mechanical art production and preparing 3D packaging samples required!
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If you were tasked with designing a two-sided die, what would you come up with? Let’s say the only criteria is that it cannot be a coin, as it must roll inside of a dice-roller like Wyrmwood’s Dice Tower. The easiest way to solve the problem--and only change the
Photographer Spencer Rutting was volunteering for a youth organization when he had an activity idea: To organize a race where the kids would build their own self-powered vehicles. It was a success, as "The kids loved building real stuff and they were really creative with the material that was available."
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Ready, set—snap! Earlier this month, Art Center College of Design hosted their annual Formula E competition (the 'E' is for elastic) where students, professionals—and anyone else crazy enough to participate—are invited to build and race rubber-band-powered toy cars. The main competition takes place on the art school's Pasadena campus, but
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Nearly two decades ago, Marc Prensky perfectly defined that awkward feeling of explaining how to use an iPad to your grandparents by coining the terms 'digital native' and 'digital immigrant.' Having recently spent a week with my grandparents, I can't help but feel a renewed appreciation for that exact
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