"Ideal for the college survey course: judicious introduction plus just the right admixture of explanatory notes (vital for American students' comprehension of dialect words), up-to-date bibliography, and several other brief, indispensable supports to well-informed reading."
--Katherine Linehan, Oberlin College
This book, the second in the series following Really Good Logos Explained, addresses the elements of effective packaging vs. packages that aren’t successful and what makes a particular design more powerful or attention-getting than others. Four well respected design professionals—each of whom will specialize in the area of product packaging—evaluate the 300+ design examples in the book. Each author provides specific and to-the-point observations and critiques.