This is the second contest el_fraile has won. The work and interpretation of my needs are superb. In both cases the design is beyond my initial expectations.
How BrianWalsh started their print or packaging design journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Travel & Hotel
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Supply luggage tracking labels to enable lost bags to be easily returned to their owners.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
3 labels, a key fob and a luggage tag.
The labels will be on a silver or gold background - must be very easy to read. The label sizes will be:(design needs to be flexible to adapt to future new sizes)
10 X 75mm
15 X 60mm
30 X 50mm
The key fob and luggage tags are two sided and on credit card type plastic.
Key fob - approx. 32mm X 54mm
Luggage Label - approx. 54mm X 85mm.
The information on the labels is as follows:
Company Logo (may need to re-work this if unworkable for small labels)
The language of the luggage owner - i.e. English, French etc.
Web address - http://www.luggagehunters.com
A universal symbol (no text) indicating this is lost luggage and indicating the finder should go to http://www.luggagehunters.com
and a unique ID# WX23456789Q9
The key thing is that if the bags were found by say a Spanish speaker without a good command of English that the label would clearly communicate that to return the bags to the owner they should go to http://www.luggagehunters.com. (Once they go to the website the instructions will be displayed in their native language.)