When designing a product label, you might be too obsessed with its aesthetic appeal. It is totally understandable. Your target buyers might also obsess about the same thing. They will choose a product only if the label looks great. Besides, you are placing your products next to other products in a market. You want a label that stands out and can easily captivate the attention of the people.
There is nothing wrong in spending a lot of time on the aesthetic value of the product label. Just remember that it is just one aspect of the label that you have to take into consideration. There are a lot of other aspects that are just as important. You also need to give attention to these details.
You want all the details to be accurate if possible. For instance, if you are writing the nutritional values of the product, these have to be verified. If someone questions you for using the wrong information, you can easily refer them to the department that verified the accuracy of the nutritional values. The same thing is true when it comes to the expiry date. You want to make sure that people will only consume the product when it is still good for consumption. Otherwise, they must throw the product away. The expiry date is usually written in a small font, but it has to be visible enough to serve as a reminder to buyers.
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It might sound petty, but spelling is another aspect you have to take seriously. A lot of people are keen when it comes to the spelling of words. They are easily turned off when they see a product that does not have correct spelling. They might even forgo your product just because of a tiny mistake. Note that the label reflects on your company. If you cannot give attention to a tiny detail like spelling, people will have the notion that there are other details in your business you cannot give attention to as well. Continue reading “Aesthetic Appeal is Just One Component of a Product Label”