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How justin0Q started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We manufacture confections. Mainly caramel, chocolate, popcorn, and will potentially be getting into other areas in the next couple of years such as peanut butter, bakery items like brownies/cookies, other foods. Our end retail target Audience is both male and Female between ages of 18-65. Our wholesale target audience is split into 4 areas: 1. Mass Specialty retailers, like TJ Max, Cost plus world market; 2. Independent Hardware Stores; 3. Independent Gift shops; 4. Grocery Stores
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It's simple, it feels retro with a modern touch, and it has an enticing image. I'd like some sort of image or playful lettering in my logo.
The "S" is used as a relevant image. Logo has a throwback feel.
I love the neutral, monotone palette and the sketchy bicycle. I like the ARC of the business name.
minimalist, with a relevant and easy image.
warm, nostalgic, glance at it and know what company sells, but still clean and modern enough without being too contemporary
I like the label overall but looking at the bottom of the label at the logo, I like the Neutral colors, strong use of space, minimalist house icon as a part of logo.
Solid font, spacing. I like the neutral colors and this is an alternative option to using a small icon or image, great use of the letter M. If it inspires you, feel free to try something like this with the letter H.
Clean, with a classic layout but some interest added with the twisty horizontal H-line echoed in the bottom text "burger bistro."
Easy, with a simple icon accompanying the company name, and strong use of a color that really pops in supporting text.
Here's an example of Trader Joe's packaging I like. I could see using a simple logo in the center (as is the white framed part here) of a more playful, colorful packaging background.
This imaginary collaboration between Swedish Fish and Brooks Brothers from thedieline.com is also amazing. I love the sketched fish paired with modern, minimal font and neutral colors.
We are a manufacturing company that sells primarily to wholesalers, but we have started getting into more retail sales with our website. We have purchased two companies (1. Annie B's that has been around for 40 years and 2. BT McElrath Chocolatier that has been around for 20) and merged them into one company that we named Henke Foods. Annie B's and BT McElrath Chocolatier will become just brands of candy/confection line underneath Henke Foods. Henke Foods will be more of a company brand. You can see both logos at the top of our website, we want Henke Foods to be able to go along with them, but also be independent. Check out http://www.anniebs.com . I LOVE the style of Trader Joe's packaging.
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