Linda Casey is editor-in-chief of Package Design, which serves some of the most critical decision makers in the packaged goods markets. The publication’s influential audience includes package designers in a range of roles, including brand owner, packaging engineer, and simply package designer. Each issue is packed with beautifully presented, smart conversations about the art and science of packaged goods development and design. Developed with an understanding that designs must be eye-catching, functional, and capable of being commercialized, Package Design presents a mix of real-world case studies, deliberations on design and branding strategies, design technology explorations, and new product and material news.
Prior to her role at Package Design magazine, Casey was senior editor at Packaging Digest. There she took a multimedia approach to covering multiple facets of the packaging industry. Casey’s explored package design issues with CPGs and design agencies via podcast, delved deep into package printing technology via webcast, and examined efficient filling and packing operations via print. Casey has also served on the editorial staffs of several converting and graphic arts publications, including Converting, Graphic Arts Monthly, High Volume Printing, In-Plant Printer, and SCIP.