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The Canon PowerShot D10 camera, a camera meant for the adventurous be the activities snorkeling, snowboarding or even climbing mountains, has three different designs for its front cover set. Creaxis designed a beautiful brochure where the cover featured these three interchangeable covers.

The standee featured the camera suspended in mid-air hanging from a carbine hook. Eye-catching display and the standee was constructed entirely of paper!

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Beyond the ordinary, the standee Creaxis designed for this series of Canon PowerShot cameras (A480 / A1100 IS / A1000 IS) was truly original too. Featuring the superb macro function of the cameras, the standee has a artificial butterfly in a transparent half-dome.

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Research has shown that over more than 60% of all purchase decisions are made in the store. And 50% of those in-store purchases are made on impulse! To capitalize on these – way to go is an Effective POP (Point of Purchase Material). A superbly designed POP is one that is highly effective in persuading potential customers to buy your product NOW.
Creaxis Design has one of the strongest asset/skills in developing custom POPs. Every year, we have been creating hundreds of different POP design & materials for our clients. The key to our success is that we understand and knew our customer business & their marketing objectives, coupled with our strength in developing new and original ideas in custom POP i.e. 3D paper structures, out of box design concepts etc.. Every POP is unique, and every POP communicates that “Come-Take-A-Look-At-Me” voice. There are lots of POP suppliers/design house to choose from and making hasty, uninformed decision and your POP advertising will fizzle. Only few has the combinition of understanding advertising, custom design and capability in mass production of custom POPs. And we, Creaxis Design is one of them in Singapore and probably in South East Asia.

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