Protective Packaging Design
This is an example of protective packaging design. As a protective packaging designer you are engaged with the development of new packaging throughout its development. Starting with initial concept sketching and modeling, to testing prototypes and generating cost estimates the designers job doesn't stop there. Once the product is ordered the designer is responsible for creating the tooling needed to produce the packing and monitor for quality throughout the production. From mold making for packaging for Boeing jet engines, to cardboard inserts for picture frames the requirements of this position were vast.