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Uses and Types of Secondary Packaging

Packaging identifies the product within, bundles multiple items together, protects them from damage during transit and shipping, and makes it easier for consumers to transport the product from store to home. Packaging is usually layered, with each layer providing a unique function. The layers are commonly referred to as primary, secondary and sometimes tertiary packaging, …

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Packaging Line Integration – Making the Case for OEMs

System integration is a crucial component of any effective secondary packaging operation, significantly improving efficiency, output and uptime. Traditionally, integration work was either performed in-house or by third-party companies specialized in providing such services. Today, many secondary packaging OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) are taking on integration as a value-added service to offer complete end-of-line solutions. …

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“Easy to use” – What it takes to deliver an intuitive user experience

Usability, Easy to Use, Intuitive, Learnable – What does this all mean, anyway? By Gina Donlin, User Centric Design Engineer When I think of a product or interface as truly “easy to use”, the first thought that comes to mind is “intuitive”; it shouldn’t require great labor or effort to use. You’d be able to swiftly navigate …

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Pearson Adopts User Centric Design

Putting People at the Center of our Design Process What is User Centric Design? User Centric Design focuses on how people interact with our machines. It’s about understanding how they will use our products to accomplish their tasks, overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. Traditionally, engineers have a very technology driven perspective. They focus on …

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