I simply love package design! I firmly believe that a well designed package can make a difference for a lot of people when deciding what product to buy. From color scheme to textures, from label to type, every detail count when it comes to packaging. So of course I really admire designers that create beautiful and inspiring work as the ones we will show here today. From edamame to cold pressed juices, cocktail kits to milk and more, we have some pretty stylish packaging to show. Check it out! And make sure to click the images to know more about each design. ;)
The Magical Futuristic Concepts of Philip Straub
One of our colleagues on Abduzeedo was looking for inspiration about Footers. As simple as it is, it was a bit tricky to find some good ones. Why? Because the idea/concept of the Footer is fairly simple, everything that isn't as important as the information we put into the Menu or Hamburger Menu will ended-up in the Footer. Is it a good practice, it depends on how you look at it. For mostly, the hierarchy of the Footer is usually for additional information like widgets, subscriptions, links and etc.
We're excited to feature a newly launched project from the mastermind's of San Francisco based creative agency, Butchershop Creative. The project, designing the interior walls of San Francisco based company, AppDynamics. The inspiration, the "pixel." We love getting a sneak peek at the creative process behind such a large-scale and technical collaboration.
Branding and visual identity design is one of the most amazing areas of work for a designer. The variety of medias that the designer has to take into consideration and all the subtleties of each one require the designer to think holistically and systematically. In the end you have a consistent, efficient and of course beautiful result. To illustrate that we share with you the creative process behind Coffee House London, a visual identity designed by Reynolds and Reyner. London is a city deeply rooted in its traditions, history and architecture.