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Amazing designs! All of the potential final designs were from M&L graphics! We will definitely be working with them again in the future. Thank you guys so much!
Sonia was fantastic to work with! She was very responsive and open to changes (of which there were few because she did such a great job meeting the needs I outlined). She also helped explain some of the more technical areas where I am not experienced. Loved working with her and would highly recommend her!
How suzannex started their product label journey
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Since our juice makes the colour, we don't need to have too many colours on the label.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
bJuice is a cold pressed juice, made in Berlin. We pay the highest focus on quality and it shows; we have the largest variety of juice with the highest quality. Facing increasing competition that offers cheap juice, we refuse to compromise our quality and seek therefore to make our brand more attractive, more inviting, much cooler.
Description of the product target audience
Our client base are mostly professionals, successful business people between the age of 30-50 that look for balance. Mothers (age 30-40) that look for something for themselves (this is due to the area where we're operating; also referred to as 'Pregnancy Hill' ;-) and sports people (age 25-40) that look for the supporting element in their high performance life.
Overall, income level is Middle, Upper-Middle, Upper.
Men/women seem to be equally distributed but overall, we see an increase in the 'Performance' (job, sports, health) promise of cold pressed juice.
I would like to see a smart design, not a cheap supermarket label but one that radiates quality and freshness.
What to avoid
In Europe, we cannot work with health claims, any reference to them are prohibited.
Our bottles are squared, with our logo embossed on the side (I uploaded a picture of a bottle) This leaves a label space of 140mm width and 100mm length. Different options are possible; a label in the front and one in the back, entirely labeled or only partly. I will need a 'back part' to cover nutrition values and company information.