A few years ago I received a Christmas gift. It was a bottle of champagne and a box of chocolates, the latter of which really caught my attention. It was an extremely well-designed package: the graphics, folding, cuts, and colors. Inside, the box was decorated with layers of paper and origami-like details; and each chocolate was beautifully wrapped. As I carefully ‘undressed’ the multi-layered gift, I thought that this could be a package designer’s dream job. When I finally got to the chocolate, I found each piece had a unique design painted on it.  The presentation was so intricate, I almost didn't want to eat it. I felt badly ruining the layout or even leaving my fingerprints on such a work of art. But since I am a foodie, I found the courage to eat one. The taste didn't match the superbly designed packaging...it was actually very disappointing. The gap between the visual and the flavor was so big that I could never buy it as a gift (even though I value good design). An