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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 ...
One of the basic elements of nameplate and label design is to define the objective or purpose for your identification. If your company has one product, this may be obvious and you would expect there to be some sort of logo or company name shown. This may not be as clear when there are ...
One of the benefits of incorporating patterns into the background of aluminum nameplates is that the decoration becomes part of the design element for the brand identification. A second, and sometimes overlooked, benefit is the opportunity to add dimension or visual interest to complement the ...
Background Patterns Enhance Aluminum Nameplates On the surface, nameplate design seems fairly straightford. Your company logo simply is printed onto a substrate so that you can put a label on your product. What do you do if you want something more than a cookie cutter nameplate for your product ...
Pattern Customization Using Color Many times patterns on aluminum nameplates and trim are developed using silver background. It is so fun to see how customers take a pattern and customize it to suit their needs and design. One option to customize a pattern for product identification is to change ...
Color Specifying for Product Identification There is no shortage of information on the topic of specifying color. Plug the term into Google, and you will find pages of terminology, guidelines, and tips designed to help users manage and define color. While it is exciting to see the plethora of ...
Cut to Shape While many aluminum and plastic nameplates and labels utilize standard shapes like circles, ovals, squares and rectangles, sometimes the traditional just doesn't fit the design.  This can be true especially if the logo or the brand name needs to be a focal point.  When your design ...
Mating parts using the same finish structure are feasible in any industry, from cosmetic and computers to medical equipment and automotive interiors.  The XV1 Oroscoptic dental loupe and headlight uses a subtle black dot pattern on black background carried across both sides of the bow as well as ...
Nameplate Integration with Aluminum Trim Aluminum trim can be used to decorate and add interest to consumer products. Integrating the nameplate into the trim is an economical and efficient use of the material. The combination makes the most of manufacturing efficiency and keeps tooling operations ...

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