Paulina is excellent with her service and skills. She responded to my requests gracefully and pretty quickly. I did not have to ask for many changes, the overall design was well done.
How pugetcoffee started their product label journey
Use of color
Clean and interesting
A little whimsical
color and clarity
interesting but not complicated
Clean but informative...not a fan of the banner image
Eye catching with the color - but still standardized. Could consider a longer label like this - would have valve on the back of the bag....
Like the cleanliness - but maybe too sterile. I do plan to have a label on the back to talk about the company, measuring, maybe a testimonial...
What colors do you want to see in your design?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Puget Sound Coffee Roasters
pugetcoffee.com - but not built yet. need branding first and that starts with the label (since logo is done)
Treasure Island (this is ONE of our coffees)
Description of the product
A rich and flavorful coffee that appeals to even the most discriminating coffee lover.
Description of the product target audience
Men and woman - lovers of good coffee at a fair price.
Location - A less populated area with Seattle creeping in.
People willing to pay more than cheap - but appreciate a good cup of coffee.
I need a standard coffee package label that can be adjusted for different types of coffee, different roast levels, different weights, noted ground or whole bean...but for the most part is a standard shell on which the name would be printed and a few items changes for each roast.
I would like a graphical element that is specific to the coffee if possible. Something that is representative of that coffee. If possible....
The icon in the Puget Sound Coffee Roasters logo is SET. The fonts are close - but not quite there. I will attempt to get that updated ASAP.
What to avoid
pictures.... OK to use "ink drawn"/outline of image.