DOX – Stapler strips dispensing box



Design: Ajinkya Bhalchandra
Location: India
Project Type: Student Project
School: MIT Institute of design, Pune
Course: Product Design
Tutor: Hari Kara
Packaging Contents: Stapler Strips
Packaging Substrate / Materials: Paper, Cardboard
Printing Process: Flexography

AIM – The aim here was to come up with packaging for staples delivering a new and hassle-free experience.

A general stapler pin box delivers a very generic experience when it comes to accessing or taking a stapler strip out of the box. Also, the number of stapler strips provided is in generall a lot more than what an average user uses in a month or two. Thus reducing the no of strips to deliver a new experience was acceptable as it adds up to the quality of usage and popularity of the product it consists of.

What’s Unique?
Dox dispenses a single stapler strip one at a time using a very unique yet simple structure which not only helps it perform the dispencing activity but also provides structural strength. Also, Dox can be made out of the material used to make the existing packaging (cardboard or paper).

In this project making the structure using paper (to make it eco-friendly) was the most difficult job as dispencing is usually related to a plastic product that dispenses.