How Female-Friendly Design Could Make Women Buy More Condoms [Pics]

How Female-Friendly Design Could Make Women Buy More Condoms [Pics]
Design

Student design team creates a contraceptive you be happy to keep out in the open.

Ross Brooks
  • 9 january 2014

Current condom packaging design attracts a lot of attention, which can often make them an embarrassing item to buy or keep out in the open. That’s why a group of students from the School of Visual Arts in New York City have designed a new concept aimed specifically at women to make them feel more at ease about purchasing condoms and carrying them around.

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