*Please do note, once I find a winning design, I'd really want to work with that designer to product designs for every product I make from then on!*
So essentially, once we have a design template for this product, future products will use the same layout, where just the image of the product and product name changes ....each package having it's own unique twist but following a general trend....hope that makes sense!
Our Salt and Pepper Grinder set will be the first product for Oliver's Kitchen, a new kitchenware brand that will be initially selling on Amazon US.
The exact product can be found here (there's a video and images):
I envisage a very clean design, based on the Oliver's Kitchen logo provided.
At this stage I am open to changing / introducing new colours....however I am keen on the minimalistic / clean white and green.
I really am keen to give you full artistic license too!
- Logo (provided) must be included on the design
- Must use product packaging template which I've attached.
- Must state somewhere 'Made in China'
- Must use barcode / UPC provided
- No stock imagery
- When displaying the grinder, please illustrate / include a set, i.e. two so it's clear that's what is included in the package.
I do like the idea of using a cardboard effect within the design, but not all over....maybe mixed in with a white or grey background?
Here's some ideas of stuff I like and why I like it.
https://graphicriver.net/item/produ…_back=true <--- Not a fan of the dark colours, but I do like how there's a mockup of the product, and then the name of the product (in this case it would 'Salt & Pepper Grinder Set'
https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/248…705240773/ <- I like the cleaness, the minimalism and cardboard. Would want to see white and colour integrate though to break it up.
https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/176…586350589/ <- Really love the way the image of the food is split up. Really cool!
https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/301…021095576/ <- I like the minimalistic design
https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/208…189117627/ <- Like the contrast of white / cardboard.