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How nchao.ibis started their product label journey
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
It would be preferred to use the same yellow color according to our existing design for the 1 oz bottle shrink sleeve label. Refer to the design file.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
We have multiple current packaging: 1oz, 2oz. However, these two packaging bottles need to be changed for a better present for both travel and home use.
We will use a new 2oz bottle bottle to replace the existing packaging, and this new design is a shrink label for the new 2oz bottle. Details are listed in the Design Summary document. Imitate/artificial product images (with the new designed label) are required to provide a virtually review. In addition, these artificial product images should include the finished bottle and opened bottle images, so we see the product complete effectiveness in the real world.
Description of the product target audience
Low carbs community, people with diabetics. This product also can be used in the general population. Sucralose sweeteners usually use Yellow & Blue colors in their packaging designs, the most recognized products are Splenda sweeteners.
Refer to the Design Requirement Summary document.
What to avoid
There is a lot information needed in the front panel of the label, so a simplified label would help consumers focusing on the product information.
Bottle size is shown in the bottle image, and the shrink label size (wrapped around size) are defined in the Design Requirements Summary file.