Fusion Life Package Design
Skills Used: InDesign. Illustrator. Goals: Our instructor gave us a list of names to choose from and we had to create a product from one of these. The design started with the name, "Fusion Life." With that, I sketched and mind mapped. In my research I came across an article about the health benefits of tea. There were so many options out there! That is where Fusion Live Tea began. I wanted an interesting shaped package. Through trial and error I settled on this pyramid box. It was a process of cutting out many shapes, sizes and variations that I came to this. I really enjoyed the hands on part of this work. I learned a lot through just trial and error of placing images and the moving them. Printing and then cutting again. I wanted a clean crisp logo font with a little whimsy. Light refreshing colors and a relaxed font choice, easing my customers to sit back and enjoy the product. I was marketing to an all encompassing demographic. Everyone should be able to enjoy the product. I felt like the company could push out of the the teabag only market into the pre-bottled ready to drink market. The convenience food industry is so big right now I think they a healthy bottled tea would fit right in.

 

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Stephanie Charles
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Fusion Life Package Design
Skills Used: InDesign. Illustrator. Goals: Our instructor gave us a list of names to choose from and we had to create a product from one of these. The design started with the name, "Fusion Life." With that, I sketched and mind mapped. In my research I came across an article about the health benefits of tea. There were so many options out there! That is where Fusion Live Tea began. I wanted an interesting shaped package. Through trial and error I settled on this pyramid box. It was a process of cutting out many shapes, sizes and variations that I came to this. I really enjoyed the hands on part of this work. I learned a lot through just trial and error of placing images and the moving them. Printing and then cutting again. I wanted a clean crisp logo font with a little whimsy. Light refreshing colors and a relaxed font choice, easing my customers to sit back and enjoy the product. I was marketing to an all encompassing demographic. Everyone should be able to enjoy the product. I felt like the company could push out of the the teabag only market into the pre-bottled ready to drink market. The convenience food industry is so big right now I think they a healthy bottled tea would fit right in.
Stephanie Charles
Package Design
Fusion Life Package Design
Skills Used: InDesign. Illustrator. Goals: Our instructor gave us a list of names to choose from and we had to create a product from one of these. The design started with the name, "Fusion Life." With that, I sketched and mind mapped. In my research I came across an article about the health benefits of tea. There were so many options out there! That is where Fusion Live Tea began. I wanted an interesting shaped package. Through trial and error I settled on this pyramid box. It was a process of cutting out many shapes, sizes and variations that I came to this. I really enjoyed the hands on part of this work. I learned a lot through just trial and error of placing images and the moving them. Printing and then cutting again. I wanted a clean crisp logo font with a little whimsy. Light refreshing colors and a relaxed font choice, easing my customers to sit back and enjoy the product. I was marketing to an all encompassing demographic. Everyone should be able to enjoy the product. I felt like the company could push out of the the teabag only market into the pre-bottled ready to drink market. The convenience food industry is so big right now I think they a healthy bottled tea would fit right in.
Stephanie Charles
Package Design
Fusion Life Package Design
Skills Used: InDesign. Illustrator. Goals: Our instructor gave us a list of names to choose from and we had to create a product from one of these. The design started with the name, "Fusion Life." With that, I sketched and mind mapped. In my research I came across an article about the health benefits of tea. There were so many options out there! That is where Fusion Live Tea began. I wanted an interesting shaped package. Through trial and error I settled on this pyramid box. It was a process of cutting out many shapes, sizes and variations that I came to this. I really enjoyed the hands on part of this work. I learned a lot through just trial and error of placing images and the moving them. Printing and then cutting again. I wanted a clean crisp logo font with a little whimsy. Light refreshing colors and a relaxed font choice, easing my customers to sit back and enjoy the product. I was marketing to an all encompassing demographic. Everyone should be able to enjoy the product. I felt like the company could push out of the the teabag only market into the pre-bottled ready to drink market. The convenience food industry is so big right now I think they a healthy bottled tea would fit right in.
Stephanie Charles
Package Design
Fusion Life Package Design
Skills Used: InDesign. Illustrator. Goals: Our instructor gave us a list of names to choose from and we had to create a product from one of these. The design started with the name, "Fusion Life." With that, I sketched and mind mapped. In my research I came across an article about the health benefits of tea. There were so many options out there! That is where Fusion Live Tea began. I wanted an interesting shaped package. Through trial and error I settled on this pyramid box. It was a process of cutting out many shapes, sizes and variations that I came to this. I really enjoyed the hands on part of this work. I learned a lot through just trial and error of placing images and the moving them. Printing and then cutting again. I wanted a clean crisp logo font with a little whimsy. Light refreshing colors and a relaxed font choice, easing my customers to sit back and enjoy the product. I was marketing to an all encompassing demographic. Everyone should be able to enjoy the product. I felt like the company could push out of the the teabag only market into the pre-bottled ready to drink market. The convenience food industry is so big right now I think they a healthy bottled tea would fit right in.
Stephanie Charles
Package Design
Fusion Life Package Design
Skills Used: InDesign. Illustrator. Goals: Our instructor gave us a list of names to choose from and we had to create a product from one of these. The design started with the name, "Fusion Life." With that, I sketched and mind mapped. In my research I came across an article about the health benefits of tea. There were so many options out there! That is where Fusion Live Tea began. I wanted an interesting shaped package. Through trial and error I settled on this pyramid box. It was a process of cutting out many shapes, sizes and variations that I came to this. I really enjoyed the hands on part of this work. I learned a lot through just trial and error of placing images and the moving them. Printing and then cutting again. I wanted a clean crisp logo font with a little whimsy. Light refreshing colors and a relaxed font choice, easing my customers to sit back and enjoy the product. I was marketing to an all encompassing demographic. Everyone should be able to enjoy the product. I felt like the company could push out of the the teabag only market into the pre-bottled ready to drink market. The convenience food industry is so big right now I think they a healthy bottled tea would fit right in.
Stephanie Charles
Package Design

Copyright © All rights reserved.

Fusion Life Package Design
Skills Used: InDesign. Illustrator. Goals: Our instructor gave us a list of names to choose from and we had to create a product from one of these. The design started with the name, "Fusion Life." With that, I sketched and mind mapped. In my research I came across an article about the health benefits of tea. There were so many options out there! That is where Fusion Live Tea began. I wanted an interesting shaped package. Through trial and error I settled on this pyramid box. It was a process of cutting out many shapes, sizes and variations that I came to this. I really enjoyed the hands on part of this work. I learned a lot through just trial and error of placing images and the moving them. Printing and then cutting again. I wanted a clean crisp logo font with a little whimsy. Light refreshing colors and a relaxed font choice, easing my customers to sit back and enjoy the product. I was marketing to an all encompassing demographic. Everyone should be able to enjoy the product. I felt like the company could push out of the the teabag only market into the pre-bottled ready to drink market. The convenience food industry is so big right now I think they a healthy bottled tea would fit right in.
Stephanie Charles
Package Design
Fusion Life Package Design
Skills Used: InDesign. Illustrator. Goals: Our instructor gave us a list of names to choose from and we had to create a product from one of these. The design started with the name, "Fusion Life." With that, I sketched and mind mapped. In my research I came across an article about the health benefits of tea. There were so many options out there! That is where Fusion Live Tea began. I wanted an interesting shaped package. Through trial and error I settled on this pyramid box. It was a process of cutting out many shapes, sizes and variations that I came to this. I really enjoyed the hands on part of this work. I learned a lot through just trial and error of placing images and the moving them. Printing and then cutting again. I wanted a clean crisp logo font with a little whimsy. Light refreshing colors and a relaxed font choice, easing my customers to sit back and enjoy the product. I was marketing to an all encompassing demographic. Everyone should be able to enjoy the product. I felt like the company could push out of the the teabag only market into the pre-bottled ready to drink market. The convenience food industry is so big right now I think they a healthy bottled tea would fit right in.
Package Design