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Color is a big deal for design teams in most industries. Color can evoke emotion and that spark to pick your product versus the next on the shelf. It makes sense when a specific color is called out for a product that the nameplate or label follow suit. This is what happened for a fragrance bottle ...
Nameplate. Label. Decal. Tag. Badge. Sticker. Medallion. What do all of these terms have in common? Any of them could be used when a product owner is looking to show off their brand identity. The term nameplate can be confusing.
Products which are exposed to extreme environments like water, sun, heat, cold or that will receive heavy handling can sometimes be a concern for the nameplate or label that is used to promote the brand. Lay your worries to rest! Exterior applications do not mean difficulties for brand ...
Many Shapes of Aluminum Nameplates and Plastic Labels Shape is a big deal if you are working on the design for new brand identification. It is the topic of one of the most common questions that come up in the design process. How do you choose which shape to use for your nameplate? Don't let this ...
Nameplate Specifications Discussions held during the design of aluminum nameplates and plastic labels often center on reviewing the specfications that are needed. Specs include items such as material regulations, scratch or chemical resistance, exposure to certain elements like sunlight or salt ...
Glitz and bling are wonderful things to grab attention in the world. The bigger the jewel, the higher the perceived value for a piece of luxury jewelry. There are times however when a simple, understated design presents a premium brand as elegant and above the rest.
One of the signs that it is time to make a change to your product branding is when there has been a change in your company name. This type of change means logos and taglines likely will change along with your corporate name. These can be seamless to change in digital and even print media but what ...
When it comes to the design of aluminum badges and branding the main element of discussion is usually the top surface which is where the logo or tagline will be placed. Another design element is what the sides of the badge will look like. Many times it will be important for the badge to have a ...
I saw this furniture tag and had to take a second look. It's not very big and does not have any glitz or bright colors. Yet there is a rich and elegant look to it. This is definitely one of my new favorites!

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