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- Sorin Q.
Quick and precise turn around. Prompt communication.
- Catalin B
Catalin has a very tasteful eye for the subtle nuances that make the difference in a design just being good vs outstanding. In a sea of 80+ designs, his clearly stood out. I would highly recommend him.
- Ali - WNL
How mschulzk started their product label journey
Bold, attention-getting, fresh, has eye appeal, colorful.
Colorful, easy to read, nice contrasting with the green and pink.
Colorful, good use of white, pops out at you.
Unexpected, clean, good use of accent color, product being promoted is instantly recognizable.
Colorful, fresh, evokes a mood/feeling, unique.
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
We are completely open to the designers' creative recommendation on color!
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Extra-large, extra-sweet fresh blueberries grown in Georgia. Pop 'em like candy! Our blueberries are the top-selling produce item at some high-end grocery stores.
Description of the product target audience
Millennial food shoppers and parents of children ages 2-14, mostly. But we are here for blueberry fans of all ages! Wegmans shoppers in particular (if you're not familiar with Wegmans: https://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelysan…rket-ever).
We need a new label design to promote our specialty huge-sized blueberries (we are even open to changing the name, but are using Jumbo Blues in the first instance). The label is full color, 2" tall by 4" wide and will be affixed to a blueberry clamshell (example of a blueberry clamshell: http://www.internationalblueberry.o…rries.jpg). The only restrictions are that it must have the Nature's Partner logo on it (included), and it must include all the written text as pictured on the attached file "JumboBlueberries.PDF" in both English and French (it will be sold in Canada), as well as the UPC bar code.
What to avoid
The attached file "JumboBlueberries.PDF" is an example that generated a BAD reaction from our sales manager. So, anything not remotely similar to this will already be a good start! Avoid making the design look generic. Avoid making something that will blend in on a busy grocery store shelf.
OK to use the file JumboBlueberries.PDF as the dieline. Just delete the existing artwork and start over. The dimensions are 2" high x 4" wide.