We have had a great deal of experience in designing CD, vinyl and DVD packaging for the music industry - but that doesn't mean to say we won't design the packaging for your new software, product catalogue or press pack.
The choice is endless:
There really are hundreds of different ways to package a CD and a fair number of choices for DVD and vinyl packaging. Before you approach a designer, you should have a think first about your budget and then the kind of packaging you require, since some are not only more expensive to have made, but also more labour intensive to design and therefore in a higher cost bracket design-wise too.
If you really have no idea, then just go down to your nearest record store and see if there is any particular packaging that takes your fancy. Then either approach a duplication company to discuss what you need and come to us with a template or just describe it as best you can to us and we'll make a suggestion for you.
Where do I find a company to produce my packaging?
One company that we have used extensively in the past is CVB Duplication Ltd. They can literally print any CD, vinyl or DVD packaging you require as well as pressing the CD or DVD for you. As with our graphic design service, for a small fee we can deal with the printers for you to ensure that CVB (or any other company) receive the necessary artwork in the correct format.
Ok, so I know what I want - what's the next step?
Take a look at our portfolio to see the work we have done for previous clients first. Our pricing guide refers to the packaging that is showcased here, so you can really get a feel for what a DigiPak or rear tray card looks like as well as how much it would cost to design.
If you like what you see, contact us with your requirements for an accurate, no obligation quote.