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- Efrain Muniz
Great, quick work. Will be using again in the future for sure!
- Evan Wade
we really appreciated the original suggestion made by the designer and his ability to match with our desires and tastes.
PERFECT DESIGNER VERY GOOD
- Windmill Designer™
He's a great designer who came up with a fantastic design. He was responsive and keen to complete a high-quality job. I'd highly recommend him.
Magari is a very nice man and great to work with.This is the second job we 've done with him.He is always very quick to respond and follow the instructions.Even I am not quite familia with the design process , he is very patient and help us to achieve the goal.We are very happy with his project.Thank you Magari. Yvonne
How peterkm started their product label journey
We like the clean, modern take of this design. The product ingredients are listed in a clever way.
We like the clean, modern take of this design and the abstract design of the top seal which compliments well to the rest of the label. The fonts used are also very clean/modern.
FIRST PICK: We like the overall organization of this design although we feel like it lacks color, which would add a nice eye-catching factor. The fonts used are very clean/modern and easy to read. We also like how they incorporated a shadowed background photo that adds nicely to the design.
FIRST PICK: We really like how this design has a top and bottom border in red that adds a nice pop factor to the packaging. The package is easy to read and flows together nicely.
We really love how this design uses different background colors that compliment each other extremely well. The design is very clean/modern and the purple adds a nice pop factor to the design.
We really like the clean organization of this design.
FIRST PICK: This is one of our favorite formats of how a back label could look like. There's space near the top for 'product selling point' badges and although there's a lot of information it's organized pretty nicely.
We really like how this design used a blue border with an abstract design element all around the front packaging. It creates a nice pop factor to the design and is complimented well with the rest of the product details.
We really like the formatting of this design and how clean/modern it looks overall. There's plenty of space for differnt graphic elements and the box space at the very bottom in a bright color adds a nice pop factor.
We like how this design utilized a background photo in the top section that compliments nicely to the rest of the design. There's a nice pop factor from the colors used although we're not the biggest fans of the fonts used. The graphic element of the caramel pouring from the side also looks great. Wouldn't mind incorporated something like that into our design since we are also selling caramel candies.
FIRST PICK: We really like several things about this design: the cleanliness, the organization of info on the front, the bold product name ie. CHOCOLATE NIRVANA', how they incorporated a shape section in the top center for the brand/company info, large space for product photo, area for 'product selling point' badges. We feel like with some added color to this design it could have a great eye-catching factor. Please see attached reference photo for further ideas with a design concept like this one.
We really like how this design used white, black, and orange to all compliment the package together. The design is clean and all the product info is very easy to read. We like how the bottom section is a bright color to add more of a eye-catching factor for the front of the package.
We really like the organization of the design and the use of green to give the design a bigger 'pop' factor.
We really like how the purple compliments the goldish color of the caramels.
We really like the script style font used.
We really like the cleanliness of the design and how they used a abstract line element in the colored background area.
We really like the overall cleanliness and organization of this design. It's simple yet eye-catching.
We really like the formatting of this design and even though there's a lot of info on the front is still looks somewhat clean and not cluttered. We like how they made 'Quinoa' and the border at the top a different color to give the design more pop.
We really how this design flows well with the visual graphic used in the background. Everything flows and compliments each other nicely. We also like how they were able to incorporate more color in some of the type in the middle and the bar section at the bottom. We also like how there's room at the very bottom for 'product selling point' badges. We'd really like to incorporate something like that.
We'd really love to make something like this and instead of 'TREATS' it would be 'GOODIES' and instead of vegetable icons in the back it could be things like candy, cupcakes, cookies, chocolates. We love how the green color is incorporated into the 'TREATS' name and the design looks very modern/clean for a logo.
We really like the classic/old school vibe to this design. The use of color against the black goes extremely well and the design looks very clean. The fonts used are all eye-catching.
We really love how this design has a box style section in the center that organizes all the product information. It has a really clean/modern vibe to it and the fonts used look great.
We really like how this design uses the white background and adds a black box at the top that compliments each other really well. The design has a great eye-catching factor to it with the colored box section at the bottom. We do feel like the product name and info is a bit too small. The design is almost too simple with too much white/blank space for the size of the bag.
We rally like how this design uses both the white and black background to compliment each other. With the added color box in the middle it adds a nice pop factor. The fonts used are a little too classic looking.
What colors do you want to see in your design?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
We are developing a new cannabis edibles line under the brand name: Goodies. The first (x2) products that we will be releasing are a soft caramel candy and a hard caramel candy for the everyday cannabis edibles consumer. We're aiming for high quality, high execution products that are accessible to everyone.
Description of the product target audience
Marijuana edible consumers in Washington state. Mostly adults and newcomers to the marijuana market. Our product is not aimed at younger, stoner culture but rather the returning adult customer or adult first timer looking for a consistent, quality edible product. Age 21-65 on average.
We are looking for a front label and back label designed for our new edibles product line (Soft/Hard Caramels) under the Goodies brand name. The label designs will be printed as stickers and be applied to a mylar bag. We currently don’t have a brand logo created yet. We will provide that to the winning designer at a later time. Feel free to use different font styles for the "Goodies" name or any other ideas you may have we are completely open to.
*Please see attached 'Edibles Label Design Outline for 99Designers' document for a briefing on what we're looking for. The outline is only a reference/guideline but feel free to expand on any of your own design ideas. There's an example of what one concept could look like in the attached references but we are open to anything else.
What to avoid
*Please see attached 'Edibles Label Design Outline for 99Designers' document for a briefing on what we're looking for, specific requirements due to rules/regulations in our industry, and what you should avoid.
-Only approved colors in the attached color approval reference should be used. Due to strict regulations we are only allowed to use specific colors for packaging/label design (see references).
-Bright vibrant colors not approved in the approved colors list
-No cartoon/s or imagery that is especially appealing to children
-Any design play that could be sourced back to a product that is specifically marketed to children such as NERDS candy by Nestle.
-Bubble-type font that may be appealing to children
We have not finalized the size of the mylar bag we absolutely will be using but the standard mylar bag size will be around 8.5" (h) x 5.875" (w). We'd like to draft the design for the larger bag so that when necessary, we can scale down the label to fit a mylar bag as small as 6.3125" (h) x 3.875 (w). The color of the bag will most likely be white or recycled light brown.
Please review to understand what colors can be used in the design and where. There are approved colors specifically for backgrounds, accents, and font.
Concept idea for what we're looking for on the front label and back label and it what areas.
Main debriefing of what we're looking for and what's required.
This symbol is required on the front label design and needs to be .75"x.75" for compliance reasons. Feel free to cut out the white background and only use the shape of the symbol.
This symbol is required on the front label design and needs to be .5"x.75" for compliance reasons.
This is a general checklist of some things required for the packaging label design. Only the highlighted lines in Yellow are what you need to look out for. Disregard any lines not highlighted yellow. Please message anytime for further clarification.
Typeography options for Goodies Brand Name.
We realized a bit late that listing different font styles in a .WORD doc is not the ideal way for designer's as the missing font names don't appear. We replaced the .WORD doc with a .PDF now!
Our brand logo is finally complete. Please work this into potental design ideas.