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  • CD Label Design

    Here's the design I created for the client I'm working on the branding project. Thought I would get some comments and contructive criticism on this one.
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    Last edited by chriscrooz; 05-25-2005, 08:39 AM.
    Chris
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  • #2
    Better than alot of CD labels. I'm sure your client'll love it. The only thing I'm unsure about, is the faded characters ... I'd just ditch them. And, I'd also ditch the main orange logo, and place it instead of the black one. You don't need two logos mentioned on a CD ... it's very overkill.

    Good luck with it ... I'm sure they'll approve it.

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    • #3
      I like it a lot!

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      • #4
        looks good
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        • #5
          yeah i like it alot also.

          Tell me one thing though - is that a vector rendering on there. Cause it sort of appears like one and i was just wondering.

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          • #6
            Thanks for the Comments everyone, yea TZ this was designed in Illustrator and almost all of it is vector. I think the gaussian blur on the top letters might have rasterized themself.
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            • #7
              I was just asking cause its a very well done illy rendering.

              However, i don't really think your design needs that kind of complexity to work but, it adds a nice touch to an allready successfull design.

              good job

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              • #8
                Very clean. I agree, get rid of the blurred letters on the top. I'd go a step farther to say get rid of all typography on the top, leaving the picture of the device where it is, and move "flash demo" to underneath the logo.

                Those are just suggestions, certainly not saying what might make it better, you would never know until you saw it. What you have now is really sharp, though.
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