This crowd sourced design was for a company who did wedding videography. They wanted a sleek apple-inspired packaging concept that would be used for CD, mini SD or USB flash drive to deliver the files to the newlyweds. They already had a beautiful logo so we echoed the square and sized to the largest content (the cd). We then designed snug inserts for each delivery method.
This was a crowd sourced design for a promotional bucket – the client sold these branded pails to customers cheaply for storage purposes in a rural community. They wanted their brand and contact details to remain clear for their customers to return to them in the future. We took a humorous spin and created a bright friendly design.
We also noted that the buckets were used for long term storage and were opaque – so we added a ‘Whats in this bucket’ label area.
We worked with OZ Dingleball via crowd sourcing for the game packaging. Our design was selected and we agreed to work directly with the printers in China to have the packaging produced. We have a great working relationship with OZ Dingleball and we were soon asked to produce some marketing materials and a website. The website has some non standard forms, as Dingleball is looking for distributors. This is an easy task for us because of our geek background, but would have been beyond the capabilities of most small web design agencies! The Dingleball owners also have another company called Peddle Power – we were asked to overhaul that website for them as well. Repeat custom is the best feedback and we’ve been honoured to continue to work alongside these great Australian entrepreneurs.