There area few major milestones in a person’s life: graduation, a first kiss, your first car, and getting engaged, among other big occasions is hugely exciting. But the story of how you got engaged is one that is told over and over to friends and family. Obviously all fiancés-to-be want to make this a memorable experience.
Creating a memorable user experience begins with addressing the final interactions of the user and designing backwards from there. We’ve all seen the tired old jewelry packaging which the presenter lifts the lid to reveal the ring to the sounds of teary eyed oohs and ahhs. We’re flipping the script on this momentous occasion by making a participant out of both the presenter and the recipient with our rotating jewelry box concept.
This custom packaging design for engagement rings puts the reveal of the ring in the hands of the recipient, you no longer are presented with the prize, you’re given the opportunity to open a door to your new life in wedded bliss. Marriage after all is a partnership, and the most memorable experiences are those done together. As the ribbon is withdrawn, the box rotates back revealing the engagement ring with a sense of anticipation, its smooth movement creates added drama by showcasing each delicate facet lighting up in brilliant fashion. Would you say yes?
Design Packaging is wrapping up their second free Packaging & Dielines e-book, we’re so excited about it we wanted to share one of the first dielines here. The new Packaging & Dielines book is filled with more complex custom packaging structures and dielines that are free to download and build upon. The book also features international contributors, interactive packaging, custom retail packaging, product packaging, and packaging concepts adding to your packaging collection.
This dramatic ring box will be included in the Packaging & Dielines e-book, but you can download the ring box packaging die line right now!
Instructions: Right-click on “DOWNLOAD DIELINE”, then select “Download Linked File”, and open in Adobe Illustrator.