Hello, folks from Scientific Device Laboratory.
Kelly told me a little about what you need done and shared the project protocol document with me. It appears that you have far more details in your labels than in any I have created in the past, but I thought I might share a little of what I have done so that, at the very least, you might get an idea of what different messages a well designed label might deliver.
Peak Series LED Products
Light Therapy Options (LTO) commissions custom LED lights from various manufacturers. These manufacturers often provide their products in generic packaging with little to no branding or details on what is inside of the box.
In addition to promoting their brand, with 8 different light configurations, LTO wanted a way to easily identify the various products simply by looking at the box. Additionally, there were technical aspects of their lights that they wanted to display on the packaging. While rare, color blindness is not unheard of, so color itself could not be the only way to display a piece of information.
All of these requirements were taken together and a label was produced. The label uses a standard design across the entire lot along with LTO’s logo for branding purposes. The background color of the labels match the actual color of the light, but the wavelength and product name are also displayed prominently for easy identification by those with color issues.
LightWave Series LED Products
The LightWave line of LED lights (later called Genesis) was one of LTO’s earlier products.
Since all of the bulbs in the line looked exactly the same, in addition to package labeling, on-bulb labels were created to:
- Identify voltage (for domestic or international customers)
- Identify color
Also, matching technical specs were created for sales materials.
Riverview Thai Restaurant
Owners of the Riverview Thai Restaurant in Spokane, Washington developed some in-store products based on their proprietary recipes.
We developed a look based on their website and restaurant branding but modified for retail, and used color to differentiate products.
A separate label for the back of the jar contained ingredients and nutrition info.