Abbydraw Design

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Packaging, Marketing, and Branding ,Case Studies

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We at Abbydraw Designs learned to work hard in silence and let success make the noise for you, and we’re fete to produce successful packaging and imprinting case studies of our guests by putting forward quality services.

Our work’s diversity and quality in Branding, Digital Marketing and Packaging Design attract a wide variety of guests, including medicinals, Food & potables, Cosmetics, Medical, Hospitality and numerous further. 


Packaging refers to the materials and design used to enclose, protect, and present products for distribution, sale, storage, and use. It serves multiple functions, including:

1. Protection: Packaging shields products from damage, contamination, moisture, and other external factors during transportation, storage, and handling.

2. Containment:  Packaging holds products together and prevents them from spilling or leaking, ensuring they remain intact.


1. Market Research: Gathering and analyzing information about the target market, including demographics, behaviors, preferences, and trends, to make informed marketing decisions.

2. Segmentation and Targeting: Dividing the larger market into smaller segments based on shared characteristics and then selecting the most suitable segments to focus marketing efforts on.

3. Positioning: Creating a unique and favorable perception of a product or service in the minds of consumers relative to competitors.



1. Brand Identity: This includes visual elements such as logos, colors, typography, and design elements that give a brand a recognizable and unique appearance.

2. Brand Name: The name by which a product, service, or company is known. It can play a significant role in shaping the brand’s image and identity.

3. Brand Positioning: Defining where a brand stands in relation to its competitors and in the minds of consumers. It involves highlighting the brand’s unique value and benefits.

Case Studies

1.Research and Background: Identify the subject of the case study and provide relevant background information, including context, history, and key players involved.

2. Problem Statement or Objective: Clearly define the problem, challenge, or research question that the case study aims to address. This sets the focus and purpose of the study.

3. Data Collection: Gather data from various sources, which can include interviews, surveys, observations, documents, and other relevant materials. Both primary and secondary sources may be used.

4. Analysis: Analyze the collected data using appropriate methods and tools. This may involve coding qualitative data, performing statistical analyses, or comparing different perspectives.

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Work Done: Brand Identity, Packaging Dry Fruits Packaging Design

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