Trudell Medical International Package Design Winner
This design was part of a competition that took place at OCAD University for Trudell Medical International. The competition consisted of 10 handpicked 4th year students from both the industrial design and graphic design departments. Contestants received a list of detailed requirements that had to be met. This design was solely focused on the package structure for a product. The design brief to turnaround time was 3 days. This is the design that I created and submitted. My design was the chosen and winner of the competition.
The above image is of the product we were to design a package for. The product is a face mask designed to help individuals at high altitudes sleep better at night. Ideally aimed towards extreme altitude climbs. The mask controls the oxygen intake and carbon dioxide the user exhales. With dimensions I gathered, I illustrated this image of the product for use within the package design process.
Completed in 2018
Front view of the package design.
Front view of the package design with added transparency to show product placement inside.
Side view of the package design. Flat front section for receiving possible graphic or logo.
Side view of the package design with added transparency to show product placement inside.
Side view of the package design with the rear lid opened. Lid holds face cloth by using fixed clips.
Rear view of the package design. Fix foldable loop located at the top for attaching a carabiner. Debossed back for possible graphics, or paper inserts.
Angled rear view of the package design with the lid opened. Inside details show where the mask's magnet attaches to the package's magnet inside.
Visual simulation of what the POP and brand block may look like on shelves. The package design simulates a mountainous landscape.
Different colour options for consumer's preferred personal tastes. Pantone numbers provided.
More vivid colour options for easier detection in the event the product falls on a climb.
The product comes with a cloth face mask. These are optional face masks to be purchased separately.
FACE MASK PACKAGE
Additional diecut options for the face mask packaging.
ADDITIONAL SKETCHES & IDEAS
STACKING & SHIPPING
Diagram shows how the package can be placed in a box for shipping. This option uses less substrates.
The mountain face design on the package is intended to interlock with another package for better shipping overall. This helps save space and unwanted movement.
STACKING & SHIPPING
Image shows other possibilities for packing the package for shipping. This option requires more substrates.
Idea for creating individual wraps for the package. These can hold and display information.
This image shows the placement opportunity for a booklet if package wraps were to be used.
Option for the shipping box to be a usable shelf display with information.