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One of the elements of designing your nameplate or label is to consider how it will attach to your product. A common solution is to use a pressue sensitive adhesive on the back of the emblem.  Choosing the appropriate adhesive for your nameplate, label or badge should include careful consideration ...
Elegant Plastic Decals? Yes, please! Brand identity for high end brands of fragrances and spirits demands a certain air of elegance in the pacakge design. The label or appliqué is an important design element to get the consumer to pick up the tester to try the fragrance or look closer at the ...
Custom ANSI Warning and OSHA Safety Labels In this day and age it is important for brand owners to be aware of danger or potential harm which could result while their product is in use. Can a warning label be used for branding? Absolutely! This type of label offers opportunity to provide valuable ...
Brushed Aluminum Brushed aluminum is a common background for nameplates and brand identification. This is a decorating process where a sheet of aluminum passes beneath a coarse brush head to create the linear finish. It can be applied selectively as well as at varying angles to create movement and ...
Embossed Polycarbonate Overlay I'm a kid from the 70's so when I came across this blast from the past I couldn't help but chuckle out loud. Seeing Cookie Monster conjurs up memories of his insatiable appetite for chocolate chip cookies - suddenly I was humming the "C is for Cookie" song from Sesame ...
One Stop Shop Decorative nameplates and emblems are focus design elements for most consumer products. Getting just the right look for a brand is important in order to have your message speak and to differentiate yourself in the marketplace. What about other component labels? Do you find yourself ...
A common question when working with plastic overlays centers on options for backlit graphics. Many times the overlay is a gauge or instrument panel overlay which provide cautionary, indicator or information alerts to communicate with the user of the device. Perhaps a low fuel alert is needed to ...
Great things come in small packages. The same can be said when considering the size of your branding. A small sized product does not leave much room to incorporate a logo or name. Yet brand recognition is an important aspect to the design. Don't worry! Small nameplates and labels don't have to ...
Nameplate Options When designing an aluminum or stainless steel nameplate, a polycarbonate overlay or a polyester label, the possibilities can be overwhelming and downright frustrating.  A popular resource that has been viewed and downloaded over 3,000 times is the Nameplate Options Whitepaper.   

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