Anacleta's initial design really captured the essence of my brief right away! Communication was also very clear, prompt and proactive which made the process very seamless. I would hire her again in the future, and plan to do so as my business grows with this new branding!
Mac_Mac did a fabulous job, she was always available and responded promptly. This was especially beneficial towards the end of the contest when there were many small changes to incorporate. We would always welcome her again to our contests.
It is always great to work with Anturium. The work is excellent and the service is even better. We will definitely use Anturium again in the future.
Brooke was very responsive and went the extra mile to make sure that the design was exactly what we were looking for.
The designer was fantastic. We loved his work. He really listened to the brief and gave us an amazing design. We are very happy with the outcome and would recommend his work to anyone one else.
Stefan read the brief (and my mind?)
How Taylor711 started their product label journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We believe that good nutrition should be easy to get, and delicious to eat. So, we package and deliver healthy meals and snacks to our clients' doorsteps! This allows our clients to focus on the many things they have to do during their busy days, with better nutrition to fuel them. We are based in the South Bay of Los Angeles (Manhattan Beach), which is where our clients live. Our target market is busy, working professionals: most of our base are in their late twenties to forties, with a mid to high income level. They know the value of their time and they're willing to pay for services like ours that help them get more out of that time! We are a lifestyle brand, focused on delivering healthy food to everyone who needs a little boost (not just gym rats - we aren't a "fitness" based meal delivery company).
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
New container labels for our meals and snacks. We have a large menu that we add to every week, so I essentially need a "template" design with editable text where I can simply input the recipe name, ingredients, nutrition facts of each new item into the final design.
The containers that we will be using are:
-20 oz rectangular (http://sabert.com/product/20-oz-pul…container/) and 30 oz rectangular (http://sabert.com/product/30-oz-pulp-rectangular-container/); both of these have the same lid here (http://sabert.com/product/clear-pcr…ontainers/)
-16 oz bowl here (http://sabert.com/product/16-oz-shallow-round-bowl/); lid here (http://sabert.com/product/clear-pet…ound-bowl/)
-24 oz bowl here (http://sabert.com/product/pulp-24-oz-round-bowl/); lid here (http://sabert.com/product/clear-pet…ound-bowl/)
-small clear snack container (the middle one in the image attached in the next field; no link available yet. capacity 12 oz)
Each label needs to have the following information:
Tags (dairy free, gluten free, etc.)
Empty space for date (we will stamp the date here)
Description of meal or snack (this isn't 100% necessary, as it might be too much info at once).
I would like one size/style label for our meals (these will go on both the rectangular and bowl containers listed above) and one for snacks (to go on the clear clamshell, photo attached).
I've attached a color palette that our logo designer came up with a while ago, but feel free to use others. Our website is here: http://www.myprepdmeals.com, but I have a new one being designed that is a lot cleaner - more white space, new professional photography, etc. to make us look more high end. For a reference in terms of the design we're going for with the website, check out freshly.com. I've also attached an image of another company's labels - they're long and straight, and wrap around the container so that nutrition facts are hidden on the bottom and the name and design is on the top - this also "seals" the package which makes it feel fresher. I like that idea, but am open to anything else you think would be simple and beautiful! We want people to be able to see our food through the lid because it's awesome looking as well as tasting!