The Packaging Design Process by Developing Renewable Straw Mixed Grain a Case Study of the Processed Products to the Environment (MAZMOIZELLE)

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คณิต อยู่สมบูรณ์
ชนัญชิดา อุบลรัตน์


This paper presents the packaging design of the straw material replacement process.
For environmentally - friendly products Product Case Studies MAZMOIZELLE Shop Due to the
awareness of the environmental problems that affect the lives of all living. The weather is
changing. One solution is Eco-design (Economic & Ecological Design), which plays an important
role in the production process. Environmental concepts are added to the design process to
develop environmentally friendly designs. The sample consisted of the research instruments
used in this research were 80 persons. Pre-design questionnaire the questionnaire evaluates the
satisfaction of the packaging structure for the environment. Data were analyzed using percentage
analysis. The results are evaluated by experts and experts in three aspects: packaging, graphic
and marketing. The instruments used in the research were questionnaires and satisfaction
questionnaires. The results showed that. 89% of respondents agreed to use recycled materials
for packaging. The evaluators have a need for environmentally friendly packaging by developing
robust packaging. Product Protection And graphics on the beautiful packaging. This shows that
packaging is environmentally friendly. And the evaluator needs the uniqueness of the product
for the environment. The results of the study concluded that the design of the structure and
graphics on the packaging for the environmental products of the five structures from the
MAZMOIZELLE product include the packaging for the camera strap. Sack bag Packaging for documents
A5 packaging for wallets and notebook bag packaging very good. Packaging can protect the
product well and easy to use. Graphic design on packaging that represents a unique identity
for environmental conservation. And the results of the replacement test with rice straw mixed
grain. Seeds can be grown at a rate of 70%, which is good


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