Like in a box: ‘The story’
Like in a box is fully in line with the concept of the digital detox.
People scroll through Facebook and Instagram and give each other likes. They sometimes also leave a short message or express their feelings through a photograph or an emoji. Although the photograph will likely remain on the web for eternity, it disappears from sight. A photograph that receives a large number of likes often only creates a short moment of happiness for the person who posted it. Would it not be nice to receive a like personally intended for you? A like that brings back memories every time you see it in your home, on your desk, or elsewhere? This is now possible thanks to Like in a box. Like in a box combines photograph, a message and an emoji in a beautiful and tangible product. Like in a box can be used to thank someone, give them a compliment, wish them a happy birthday or luck, and more, all for an affordable price.
People collect likes on social media, and now you can also collect tangible likes. Like in a box is a collector’s item. People still send cards for birthdays and Christmas but, if we are being honest, they often end up in the bin because they have been bent or fall over. A special technique is used to print the ‘like in a box’ on a heavy-duty black medium so that it can be enjoyed for life. As a result, you can collect many over the years.
Through Like in a box, you can give someone a tangible like. It could be compared to a sort of analogue Instagram. With Like in a box, you can let someone know that you are thinking about them and the recipient will often smile as they lay eyes on this fun item.
Like in a box also strives for simplicity. All the photographs are printed in black and white on a sturdy black medium which will always have the same dimensions. Only the emoji is printed in colour.
A like in a box fits in a standard letterbox. In that way, the recipient, who will most often not be aware that they will be receiving a gift, does not have to be home to sign for the package. Isn’t it nice to find a personal gift among the bills and ads in the letterbox after a hard day’s work?
- Thank yous for parties (from guests and hosts)
- After a successful date
- Children or friends in student lodgings / at boarding school / at camp
- Travel (e.g. to grandparents instead)
- Business: after a teambuilding exercise
- Valentine’s Day
- Just because
- Baby shower
- Bachelor parties
- As a reminder of a weekend spent with friends
- Thank yous for help provided (e.g. moves, etc.)
- Mother’s Day / Father’s Day
- Christmas and New Year
- To wish success (exams, new job, etc.)