Duffy & Partners is pleased to reveal the brand revitalization for Fisher-Price.
Designing for the business of play and development, Duffy created a new brand identity, brand language, packaging system, point of sale materials and collateral. Duffy saw no need to change the iconic Fisher-Price mark, but an opportunity to build meaning and relevance with a brand language. The result is a systematic solution for package design with simplified, organized messaging.
Duffy’s design for Fisher-Price creates a clear and cohesive message that encompasses over 4,000 products sold across the world. The Joy of Learning messaging sets the brand apart and conveys the developmental benefits of play through a universally identifiable packaging system. Duffy’s brand structure communicates the enrichment of play across ages and a variety of product offerings. In contrast with the previous design, Fisher-Price is illustrated with a new photographic approach and brand architecture framework for sub-branding.
From pre-natal and infant gear, to toys for infants and preschoolers, new packaging is available in 30 different countries and translated into 10 languages.
“You didn’t just leave us with a design solution. You left us with a passion for the design.”– Harry Mayers, VP Marketing & Communications, Fisher-Price
via Packaging of the World: Creative Package Design Archive and Gallery http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/packagingsoftheworld/~3/46sXYc1pBa4/fisher-price-rebrand.html