Alex Dorfman Design

San Anselmo, CA

United States



Design & Branding, Branding, Marketing


Alcoholic Beverages, Hot Drinks, Soft Drinks, Other industries, Beverages

Alex Dorfman Design

Alex Dorfman is a freelance industrial designer in the Bay Area. He has helped launch products throughout his professional career for major corporations and inventors alike. His industrial design degree comes from Purdue University. He supplements his design ability with a deep understanding of the business world through his MBA. Alex’s broad background in both furniture and plastic manufacturing gives him an edge over other designers who have not brought designs past the computer model. His connections to various manufacturers allows him to handle ideas from conception to production. Besides freelancing Alex has worked for Kalu Yala, Wieland Designs, Berry Plastics, and Studio Blue Clover over the years.

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  • Sustainable thermal packaging boost: Temperpack secures US$22.5m in financing

    Packaging & Technology News

    14 Jan 2019 --- Temperpack, a company positioned to “solve thermal packaging problems through sustainable design,” has raised US$22.5 million in Series B financing led by Revolution Growth. New investors Harbert Growth Partners, Arborview Capital and Tao Capital Partners, and existing investor SJF Ventures, also participated in the round. The cash injection is hoped to expand the business and to engineer new products in response to increasing demand for sustainable thermal packaging.

  • Mustard mission: Bavarian producer achieves plastic reduction with Bag-in-Box dispenser

    Packaging & Technology News

    14 Jan 2019 --- Family-owned Bavarian mustard producers Mari-Senf has launched a new Bag-in-Box dispensing system which has “huge plastic waste reduction potential.” Designed by DS Smith’s UK Rapak division in collaboration with Swedish dispensing specialists Asept, the Bag-in-Box design aims to minimize serving and clean-up time for street food kiosks, making it ideal for events such as Germany’s Oktoberfest.

  • Packaging trends 2019: Part 2 – Embracing the digital age

    Packaging & Technology News

    11 Jan 2019 --- In Part 1 of Packaging trends 2019, PackagingInsights explored the biggest driver in packaging today: sustainability. Sustainability is at the center of another major trend – the rise of e-commerce – which is set for a pivotal year, especially after Amazon announced that its Frustration-Free Packaging (FFP) program will be enforced with financial penalties as of October 1, 2019, in five major EU countries and August 1, 2019, in the US and Canada. Part 2 explores this major trend in addition to another anticipated development in 2019: the continuing popularization of connective packaging technologies.

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