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Package Design for Seniors


Published on October 20, 2020

Designing medical packaging for seniors is like designing packaging for day and night. This is because when designing for seniors you must also solve for child resistance needs, which often contradict each other. 

In this article, William Arnold Creative Director at Oliver Design, shares key considerations when designing a package that is senior friendly and child resistant. Read more here.

William Arnold
Creative Director | Oliver Design

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