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27 June 2022

Our new website design wins the GDUSA Digital Design Award

By Trivium Communications
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Our new website design wins the GDUSA Digital Design Award

Global metal packaging leader Trivium Packaging is honored to be a winner in the 22nd annual American Digital Design Awards.  The awards amplify the power of design to improve online and interactive experiences. Nearly 2,400 websites and apps, email and social campaigns, ads and banners, e-pubs and videos, and more were submitted. Only the top 10% – including Trivium – were selected as winners.

The new website’s design aspects feature bespoke images that show Trivium’s packaging products with faux brand graphics. The images show the products in lifestyle settings and in close-ups to create a throughline–a unique approach in the packaging industry that has allowed Trivium to show off its graphics capabilities, as well as help customers see the vast potential for design.

Trivium worked with internationally acclaimed creative agency, Embrace, on the design of the website.

“What an amazing project with an exciting business that’s walking the walk (not just talking the talk) with innovation in sustainable packaging. This recognition by GDUSA is truly a testament to the power of our close collaboration with Trivium Packaging and the combined willingness to challenge at every step. We are delighted with the resulting website and the GDUSA Digital Design Award is the icing on the cake,” said Embrace Managing Director, Simon Davies.

“We’re thrilled that Trivium, in partnership with Embrace, has been recognized by the GDUSA Digital Design Award for the new design. The innovation brought to the website has created a superior user experience while showcasing the incredible opportunity that infinitely recyclable metal packaging has to offer,” said Trivium Packaging CEO, Michael Mapes.