Consumer-Friendly Packaging? Not!

November 2008
PN;Nov2008, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p74
Trade Publication
The author presents her views regarding the importance of designing the product packages in a disabled-consumer-friendly packaging. She contends that companies which distribute grocery items and software do not take into account the limitation of the consumers with arms and hand problems. She relates her own experience as a disable person and urge others to write or contact companies in order to address their situation.


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