You’ve probably seen by now how those Fashion Instagrammers do a pretty good jop photographing their chic and pristine work stations to create a perfect attractive aerial flat design. It’s all about the visuals in the social media world and the future of packaging is changing along with millennials’ online lifestyle.
We’re talking even down to wipes for tech gadgets. Well-Kept is a line of thin cleansing towelettes for cell phones, computers, tablets, optical lenses and other common gadgets but they come in packaging in series of hip and trendy designs. Each designer pack of 15 wipes have names of posh locales like Hamptons, La Jolla and Manhattan.
In addition to the fashionable packaging, the makers also have available other packaging designs that give back. A portion of the profits from occasional limited design versions of the wipes goes to support veterans, ALS funding and entrepreneurship programs for women. Purchase of its Frank, Drive and Karaogoto packages are currently, aligned with those specific causes, respectively.
The American- manufactured and distributed wipes sell online and at at major retailers like Sephora and Nordstrom for $5.99 retail.
What a perfect practical gift for the blogger or that future YouTube star in your life who would love a way to keep the dirt and grime off her screen with a pack of wipes that looks good on ‘the Gram’ too.