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CarlTiki
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Hello, I am compiling a presentation of the different styles of packaging (Blister, Cardstock hanging, boxed, ect)

Does anyone know of any good resources online that have this information already compiled? Thanks!
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Here's a good place to start, and to use as reference in your compiling. If you have a specific term or type of packaging to look up, this will be really helpful.

http://bestinpackaging.com/packaging-dictionary/

Packaging Digest also has a lot of info, and the "Materials and Supplies" section is broken down in a way that might help guide you.

http://www.packagingdigest.com/

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norasaurus wrote:Here's a good place to start, and to use as reference in your compiling. If you have a specific term or type of packaging to look up, this will be really helpful.

http://bestinpackaging.com/packaging-dictionary/

Packaging Digest also has a lot of info, and the "Materials and Supplies" section is broken down in a way that might help guide you.

http://www.packagingdigest.com/



Thats great! Thanks!
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I also use the links mentioned above but don't know of a good website listing all available options, and acting as a kind of decision making tool for designers/developers.

I would advise also to do a Google query with some keywords and then add filetype:pdf or filetype:ppt

Now, having received some of our input, could you share your presentation with us? I'm sure it will be very helpful!
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