Atomicdust Wins GDUSA Package Design Award
We design a lot of digital pieces these days, and for good reason—between website design, email marketing and social media, it’s the focal point of most organizations’ marketing efforts.
But we also love working on physical pieces—designs that can be experienced outside of a screen.
This was the case when we began work on the Andy’s Pick 6 packaging design last year. And we were beyond thrilled when found out the Pick 6 packaging design had won us a Graphic Design USA Package Design Award.
Our work for Andy’s Frozen Custard has already won several awards, so we’d be remiss to not first thank them for being such a collaborative client to work with.
As a part of our efforts to brand and market their new take-away menu, Andy’s Anywhere, we introduced the Andy’s Pick 6, a to-go crate with six individuals cups of their most popular toppings and flavors. We blended the existing branding with the Pick 6 to give buyers that same outdoorsy, summer feel they experience on Andy’s patios no matter where they are.
The GDUSA Package Design Awards celebrate excellence in packaging design and the power effective packaging has on a business, its sales and customer relationships. In competitive markets, packaging design can often be the deciding factor for the buyer to make a purchase.
If you haven’t already checked out some of the other winners and entries, head to the GDUSA website to see what some of the best creatives in the country are doing.
Congratulations to all the winners and participants at The 58th Annual GDUSA Package Design Awards!