Penelitian Persepsi Kemasan Produk Skin Care Wanita dengan Pendekatan Teori Semantik

Devanny Gumulya, Talitha Alysia Onggo

Abstract


Di Indonesia, penelitian mengenai desain kemasan masih sangat minim, akibatnya pada saat mengembangkan desain kemasan, desainer menggunakan insting pribadinya untuk mendesain. Di sisi lain, industri produk perawatan kulit bertumbuh pesat, seringkali ditemukan perusahaan mengganti kemasannya secara berkala, maka penelitian internasional banyak dilakukan di desain kemasan. Oleh karena itu, penelitian skala lokal perlu dilakukan untuk meneliti persepsi konsumen pada kemasan produk dengan menggunakan pendekatan teori semantik, apakah kemasan yang ada sudah menyampaikan manfaat produk secara efektif. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah penyebaran kuisoner semi terstruktur menggabungkan metode kualitatif dan kuantitatif. Brand yang dipilih adalah Martha Tilaar, Sariayu, Viva, dan Citra. Hasil akhir yang ingin dicapai dari penelitian ini adalah rekomendasi desain kemasan yang menarik konsumen.

Kata Kunci: desain kemasan; desain produk; persepsi; teori semantik.

Research in Packaging Perception of Woman Skin Care Products with Semantic Theory Approach

In Indonesia, little research has been done in view of packaging design recommendations. As a result, when developing packagings, designers use their own personal judgment. Meanwhile, skin care products are a fast growing industry in which we often find brands changing their packagings very frequently. Internationally, a great deal of research has been done on this subject. However, local research is needed for evaluating consumer perception of Indonesian skin-care packagings using a semantic theory approach, to find out whether existing packagings convey the products’ benefits effectively. A combination of qualitative and quantitative data from semi-structured questionnaires provided experiential data reflecting the research subjects’ engagement in perceiving a range of packaging samples from selected Indonesian skin-care brands. Based on this research, recommendations for future packaging design can be provided.

Keywords: packaging design; product design; perception; semantic theory.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5614%2Fj.vad.2016.8.2.4

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