Eat-n-Go is a set of ready-to-serve portioned breakfasts, where package could be used as a bowl. A pouch is designed for one portion of granola – 80g. That maintains the idea if there is no proper dish at a hand a consumer could simply add some milk or yogurt to the opened package and enjoy a healthy breakfast.
As far as the idea was to show that a package could be a handy dish, so that the main design constant is a bowl. The naming is perfectly represents the essence of quick breakfast – eat and go. No doing dishes or cooking.
The packaging design is very clean and easy. To be more customer friendly font types are rounded. It also provides a feeling of the product’s naturalness and fairness. The back side of the package repeats the constant of front – a bowl, so it could be recognised on a market shelf no matter which side it stands to customer. Due to its bright look the package is very recognisable on a market shelf. The front side includes only useful information instead of distracting attention with a bunch of accents. It is important to mention, that package involves person to interact on the first stage: after putting it in hands it greets customers by its cheerful treatment on the package stub.
Pouch is provided by ziplock to minimise the chance that product wears off or gets wet. The set consists of three SKU which differ to each other by their content. As far as the design is pretty minimalistic, the main difference occurs in a bowl by changing its color. There are also content descriptors on the package stub made as minimalistic pictograms and followed by short descriptions.
- Agency/Creative: Alya Zaripova
- Article Title: Eat-N-Go Student Packaging Design Concept
- Organisation/Entity: Student
- Project Type: Packaging
- Project Status: Non Published
- Agency/Creative Country: Russia
- Agency/Creative City: HSE Art and design School
- Market Region: Global
- Project Deliverables: 3D Modelling, Art Direction, Design, Packaging Design
- Format: Bowl, Pouch
- Substrate: Plastic
- Industry: Food/Beverage
- Keywords: food packaging design art-direction
3D-modeller: Andrew Polukhov
curator: Yevgeniy Razumov
curator: Leonid Slavin