Webinar: Giving Consumers a Reason to Engage

Posted Monday, June 01, 2020

Webinar: Giving Consumers a Reason to Engage | H&H Graphics

At H&H, we are experts at incorporating multisensory special effects into retail products, packaging, displays, and promotions for messaging that get noticed.

So, when we tell you this is no time for ordinary projects or copycat marketing that yawns out the same old messaging, we have to admit: we don’t think there’s ever a good time to be boring.

But you’d be hard-pressed to find a worse time to go ordinary. Here are a just a few reasons:

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Multisensory Special Effects with U.S.-based Suppliers

Posted Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Multisensory Special Effects with U.S.-based Suppliers | H&H Graphics

From the shutdowns around Chinese New Year, to the uncertainty around trade wars, to the paperwork and logistics hassles, managing an overseas supply chain wasn't easy even before COVID-19 threw it into disarray.

With tariffs cutting into the equation by which some overseas manufacturers tried to justify the complications or differences in quality,  the idea of a U.S.-based supply chain was already becoming a lot more attractive.

And while there is nothing simple about moving a supply chain, in the print market, you don't have to look far to find an abundant supply of materials and services for creating first-rate packaging and promotional materials.

We know, because we've been doing this for a long time and we work with an array of U.S. suppliers who enable us to provide our clients with one-of-a-kind, high-quality and cost-effective promotions that use extraordinary special effects to create extraordinary ROI. We use U.S.-sourced materials for our multisensory projects, including glitter, chromic inks and more.

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Wine and Spirit Promotions with a Twist

Posted Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Wine and Spirit Promotions with a Twist  | H&H Graphics

Is it just our imagination or do the beer and wine aisles get bigger and more crowded by the minute?

How does anybody choose a bottle of cabernet anymore? Or a craft beer? A bottle of scotch? You could do your research of course. There are 10,000 varieties of wine grapes, while a popular beer website has 300,000 beers listed. Of course, even if you know exactly what you're looking for, you still have to find it. 

The truth is, most of us have a much easier "system." We look at the label. From beautiful artwork to provocative names, to labels that just stand out, catching our attention from their perch on a crowded shelf, there are few places where consumers are as likely to judge your product by your packaging as the beer, wine and spirits aisles.

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Make a Splash with the Magic of a Water Reveal

Posted Friday, September 06, 2019

Make a Splash with the Magic of a Water Reveal | H&H Graphics

Have you ever walked into a store and found yourself unexpectedly drawn to something that wasn't on your list?

You might not be consciously aware of it, but music, scent and other sensory features can draw your attention and entice you to engage with a product you would have otherwise overlooked.

That's an important edge for retailers in an environment where consumers are bombarded with choices and messaging screaming for their attention.

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Case Study: Special Effects Printing for High-End Wine Branding

Posted Tuesday, January 01, 2019

Case Study: Special Effects Printing for High-End Wine Branding | H&H Graphics

By all accounts the cabernet produced by the luxury vintners at Tusk Estates is a very fine wine. The 2009 is described as "precise and intense, and yet very delicate." The 2011 was "a perfect experience of pleasure" and the 2013 was "among the prettiest, silkiest and most amazing" of cabernets.

But as a blogger for Wine Spectator describes, this was about more than wine: "Tusk isn't just based on opulent winemaking but also on luxury branding," MaryAnn Worobiec writes.

It was not a wine destined for ordinary packaging. That's where H&H Graphics came in.

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