There really is nothing quite like working at a cutting edge company, where innovation is as much a part of our daily routine as coffee, cake and beer. Every day brings something new: a chance to push boundaries; to try things that have never been tried before; to strive for the very best in everything we do.
Earlier this year we launched Luxe, and MOO customers around the world have been making great use of our Quadplex technology to print truly premium quality cards. The whole MOO team is excited with what we achieved with Luxe, and seeing your orders on Facebook and in the MOO Flickr group has made us realise that we are on to something really rather special.
Luxe set a new standard for paper, a new standard for print innovation and a new standard for business cards. But we knew we couldn’t stop with just the cards.
With this in mind we set Paul Thorogood (our Senior Product Designer) the task of creating packaging that pushed boundaries, packaging that is nothing short of remarkable. And, as always, Paul did not let us (or you, the MOO customer) down.
As soon as we finished working on Luxe, work began on The LightBox – taking just two months to engineer, The LightBox boasts the dream team pairing of dry ice and lasers to ensure your next exchange of business cards is something that will never be forgotten.
An addition to our White Label Business Card and MiniCard box range, The LightBox will be available for sale on moo.com in the coming months. Make sure you stay tuned to the MOO Blog, Twitter and the MOOsLETTER for updates!
If only… However, I find that when I hand our my Moo cards they already attract many gasps and “Ooohs!” without the need for any special effects and trickery. So – Moo, please keep doing what you are great at – amazing looking cards that help promote your clients ideas, projects, messages and companies.
Lasers AND dry ice! This is just the outstanding packaging you would expect from MOO. I want my next MOO cards to come boxed like this.
Happy 1st April MOO team
I love the video, it should have been called though “the Discobox”!
Stunning demonstration that not all online print companies are created equal.
I’d risk retinal damage and potentially scarring my clients when I dazzle them with this incredible card-receptacle.
Social media has upped the game, but you guys have plus-oned it to another level. My clients certainly won’t forget me, assuming that they’re still in business when they get out of A & E.
looks a great product however if it followed up by producing a light icecream for us to enjoy on this beautiful 1st of april morning it would have surpassed itself.
Keep up the good work
1st April, huh?
april fool, anyone ?
if you’re going to pull some april fools prank at least limit it to your website or twitter don’t spam my inbox.
Eh? This doesn’t tell me a lot! Tempt me or I’ll go away!
Haha! Happy April Fools day!!!
Is this for real?!?
Hahaha very good
Happy April Fool to you too.
Hmmm…looking at the date I’m not so sure about this
What’s the date today….
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