Classroom for Sellers

THINGS in a Bento Box

Bento is a home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine. A traditional bento typically contains rice, fish or meat, and one or more pickled or cooked vegetables, usually in a box-shaped container. It’s a convenient and well-balanced meal option that’s popular in Japan and enjoyed by people around the world.

Bento boxes are designed to be compact, making them easy to carry and store. Bento boxes are visually appealing, often featuring colorful and aesthetically pleasing arrangements of food.

The “Bento Grid” design is a layout technique inspired by the Japanese bento box. It involves organizing content into a grid-like structure with defined compartments, much like the sections of a bento box.

We’re introducing THINGS in a Bento-inspired grid layout. Picture all the services and products THINGS offers—like the THINGS App, E-Commerce agency, D2C Agency, and Classroom for sellers—neatly arranged in compartments.

What do you think? Does it tempt you, and does it clearly convey all of THINGS’ offerings? Please comment and share.

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