Volume 13, Number 5

Development of Web Application for Packaging Design


Rawiphon Charunphankasem, Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon, Thailand


The majority of One Tambon One Product (OTOP) entrepreneurs desired a new packaging design that attracts the attention of consumers. The aims of this research were to 1) determine the packaging demands of entrepreneurs, 2) develop a conceptual framework for web applications, and 3) create web applications. Finally, 4) to ascertain entrepreneurs' satisfaction with the use of web applications in packaging design. The demographic and sample were recruited from the central region's population, entrepreneurs, and customers. Purposive sampling was used to choose 400 entrepreneurs and customers in Saraburi province. The main result was that requirement of entrepreneursabout package must be easy to portable. And Web Application must be also easy to use. By opinion of experts the result of web application development was overall high level and satisfaction of web application that help entrepreneurs to design package was high level. So the benefit of research is that entrepreneurs had web application to design the package and lower cost.


Web Application, Packaging Design.