A good color palette is one that burns itself into your mind. So that even when you close your eyes it’s there, lingering like phosphenes or the memory of an ex-lover. Your brand deserves this sort of recognition. It can be difficult, though, to arrange a color palette that will resonate with customers. In this…
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As parents, if we could plaster our children’s drawings everywhere we go, we would gladly do so. The silly, cute drawings are a continual source of joy for us. Did we really create a human being that is capable of creating something beautiful? It’s truly amazing. But too often, those wonderful paintings and drawings get…
You’re sweaty and panicked. You’ve developed a nervous tic, and as a result keep spilling things and knocking things over. We get it. We’ve worked with many clients who were in the same situation while coming down to a deadline or working on their first beer label. The process of having a label created and…
Legendary boxer and world class grill ninja, George Foreman, has twelve children. His five boys were given the name George. One of his daughters, the name Georgetta. We understand, naming is hard. If your company is your baby, though, you’ll want to give it a name that stands out. A careful selection of the letters…
The world can be scary a place for business owners. There are too many ways for the people with ill-intentions to profit off of a respected brand by commandeering and replicating their products, branding materials, and product labels. Thankfully, though, you can protect your product as it travels along the supply chain by using anti-counterfeit…
There are myriad technologies out there that can help you to increase the sales of your business. If you’re old school, though, — or just can’t bother — you may have sworn off learning all that fancy schmancy tech stuff. So, in honor of the neo-luddite in you, we’ll explore ways to boost sales with…
Pressure Sensitive Labels for Your Craft Beer My favorite craft beer is so good that if I were resigned to drink it from a stranger’s cupped hands I’d gleefully do so. Others have a tang that leads me to think they were bottled in someone’s bird bath. Thankfully, the beer’s label helps me quickly find…
You can get any color and its variations by combining a set of fundamental colors using two methods: CMYK or RGB. CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow and black (K denotes key plate in printing) while RGB stands for red, green and blue. All of these are fundamental colors but we use only CMYK in…
It seems like labeling regulations change about as quickly as tap handles at your brewery. Regulations for kegs are no exception. As you know, kegs are an integral part of any brewery’s process. Whether you are shipping coast to coast, or just filling for your tap room, it is important to have your kegs labeled…
Keep your cannabis products compliant in the state of Oregon Keeping compliant with both recreational and medical marijuana product labeling can be difficult to keep up with. The laws and regulations governing the packaging of products containing any type of THC containing compound are ever-changing, with each year bringing new requirements and stipulations it seems….
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