Product packaging, custom packaging graphic design

Product packaging, custom packaging graphic design

Product packaging, custom packaging graphic design service at affordable prices.

Product packaging, custom packaging graphic design service starts from affordable prices. It is important to offer innovative packaging design solutions that not only engage brand and consumer, but that are designed realistically for production. We offer Packaging Design Service. From concept to production to delivery.

What we need to start?

  • Dieline of your packaging.
  • Reference examples from the styles you like.
  • Product photo and text if you have.
  • Preferred colors.

What can we do with this design service?

  • Food packaging design service. Food photography, boxes and cartons, bottles, jars, sleeves, flow wrap, labels.
  • Cleaning product packaging design service. Aerosols, bottles, flow wraps.
  • Pet product packaging design service. Boxes and cartons, counter display units, display cards.
  • Electrical accessory packaging design service. Boxes and cartons, blister packs, clam shells.
  • Toiletry packaging design service. Aerosols, bottles, labels.
  • Confectionery packaging design service. Flow wrap, cartons, foil wrapping.
Product packaging, custom packaging graphic design

Ready? Get started today! Ready for the professionals to create your product packaging, custom packaging graphic design service? Just follow our 3 easy steps and you’ll be on your own way.

Step one

Email  your detailed project with images and text if you have. You can also show a sample of your desired work. For large orders you can use dropbox  or wetransfer.

Step two

We will send you an estimate and wait for your go ahead to proceed with the project. Watermarked samples will be sent for your appraisal.

Step three

We will amend the work until you are completely satisfied. Only then, will we invoice you. Upon payment, the final design work will be sent to you.

Product packaging, custom packaging graphic design kombuchaHow to design great packaging, from using features in Illustrator to the best plug-ins you can buy to improve your workflow.

There are few things more rewarding than seeing your packaging designs appear on supermarket shelves across the country. But there’s more to packaging design than just a great creative vision. Put simply, if your idea isn’t executed well, it will probably never make it to the finished product. Here we offer 3 expert tips to help make your workflow more efficient and successful – and hopefully make your packaging dreams a reality…

Product packaging, custom packaging graphic design argan oil01. Use approved cutter guides

Having all the right specs at the start guards against problems at a later date
Make sure your client or printer has given you the right specs – never start a packaging job without the right details. So you should have the cutter guide (or die-line) that is the right size, has all folds, trim and bleed specified and clearly states any glue or seal areas as well as well as where the barcode will be printed.

Making sure everything is right from the offset will prevent any problems at a later date. Tip: on your doc put cutter guides in one colour and folds in another for clarity.

02. Or get it approved…

If you’re making the cutter guide yourself on the client’s specifications, don’t only get it approved by the client but also involve the printer from the beginning. Make sure it’s feasible and make sure you don’t start any creative work until it’s all approved (and you have a detailed print spec). The last thing you want to be doing is recreating your artwork due to a cutter guide discrepancy.

03. Use 3D Revolve

Illustrator’s 3D Revolve tool is a great tool for visualizing your packaging designs
Here’s a great tip for visualising your packaging designs: use Illustrator’s 3D Revolve tool. First, using the Bezier Pen tool, create a profile of your shape, perhaps a bottle. Next, select it and then go to Effect>3D>Revolve. Tick the Preview box and you’ll see that Illustrator creates a 3D object.

You can choose the shading, using the dropdown in the dialog. And to get your shape right it’s probably best to use Wireframe as it’s less of a resource hog.