Pearlie White Design Language

Design Language for Pearlie White 2012

BrandingPackagingProduct Design

Design Team:

Lee Tze Ming (STUCK Principals)
Cheng Siew Ming, Donn Koh, Yong Jieyu (Designer, Team)
 
Designed and developed in Sep 2011 - Nov 2012
Launched in Jan 2013

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Pearlie White
Design Language for Pearlie White 2012
CFM / Consumer Research and Insights / Design Strategy / Identity / Packaging / Product Design
A Language that Unifies & Creates a Distinct Brand Experience

The Pearlie White Design Language is a design strategy for a product's design DNA. Presenting products in a logical and consistent way that is clearly recognisable by a brand and its consumers.
The brand was heavily reliant on its logo and packaging graphics to unify their products. As a result, once their products were taken out of the packaging and in consumers homes, they lacked consistency and clear brand recognition.

Built on a foundation of brand and consumer research, the Design language presented a ready to roll-out family of products, as well as a complete strategy to guide subsequent product development in a way that maintained the same brand language and identity.
 
The strategy encompassed the full experience of a product: how the product is percieved at point-of-sale alongside competition, how it looked like in consumers homes and how it felt like to use and touch. These touchpoints were all designed to reflect a consistent, premium language.
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