1) PRODUCT IDENTITY: statement of what the product is.
2) NET CONTENTS: the amount of product in the package. The “” following the volume declaration is a guarantee that the product has been filled in accordance with the average system of measures used in the European Union (EU).
3) PRODUCT INGREDIENTS: lists all ingredients used in the formula in descending order of concentration. This is especially important for those people who are seeking a specific ingredient or want to avoid one. In addition, our ingredient listing now includes the various components of a fragrance ingredient previously not listed and therefore may be longer. This is important information for that small percentage of the population who may be sensitive to certain components of fragrances.
4) DIRECTIONS FOR USE: informs you of how, when and where to use the product.
5) NAME/LOCATION OF MANUFACTURER OR DISTRIBUTOR: informs you who made the product and where the manufacturer or distributor is located. The London address and Post Code is underlined to indicate the main contact office in the EU. Product inquiries can be sent to this address.
6) COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: the country that manufactures or produces the product.
7) tells you the recommended number of months within which the product should be used after you have first opened and used it, provided the product has been stored under normal conditions and not exposed to extreme temperatures. For example (24M) means that you should replace this product within (24 months) after first opening. The “Period After Opening” number will vary based upon the type of cosmetic product.
8) denotes that our Company contributes to European programs for the proper disposal and recycling of all packing components.
9) WARNINGS/CAUTIONS: informs you what to do and not do with the product.
10) tells you to look elsewhere in the packaging for additional information, for example in a leaflet, card or tag.
• Our product safety testing requires a collaboration of experts across several sciences to ensure the excellence and quality of all products brought to market.
• Our products contain ingredients of the highest quality. The levels of concentration of all ingredients in our products are safe for consumer use.
• Our Company is in full compliance with the labeling regulations set forth in the 7th Amendment to the European Union Cosmetics Directive.
We Made A Pub Quiz.
Team, “D-Generation X”
Met a few people from industry and had a top night to be honest, kind of gutted we didn’t win though!
Just to sum it all up….
ProCon3 Prints. Screen printed & digital.
For the first semester I chose the print module. Over the past two years I have enjoyed learning and designing web but decided to do something different and to learn techniques and strengthen a few other but doing print. Going through original print methods and revisiting methods I had done before really made me realize how effect print can be within design. But screen-printing is still definitely my favorite and for me I think gives the best results. So with our brief of ‘What would you change?’ I chose vision, the way we see. Researching various artists and methods others has used to recreate vision in their own way, I decided to look into old diagrams and scientific views on sight/vision for humans and other things.
So my final main piece was human sight visualized in a diagram on colourful merged backgrounds, but where the eyes and mouth fall the colours behind fit into place. All screen-printed in standard black ink onto the backgrounds and a few in colour inks onto white sheets, giving it a nice clean finish, with a clear view.
- Freelance work – CrossFit Faction
- Freelance work – United Utilities MIADS logo
- Freelance work – RASP motor company branding
- Connections and link with Hobbs Graphics, my own printers.
- Helped out with WE MADE A … Pub quiz, well tried.
- Editions – went to a few of the sessions
- Connections at Debenhams (work) being trained to do CVs and floor and display designs.
- Attended the Visions of Siberia Exhibition
- Updated and modified my CV and self promo
- Made an online presence
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Coroflot - http://www.coroflot.com/robynsdesignplayground
Evaluation of the Year
I feel like the years gone so fast, a lot of hard work and effort has been put into each project and I have used various techniques and learnt a few new ones along the way. My plan now is to finalize and put my best work into NMP and make sure it is by far my best and strongest project to show and flaunt to industry. Hopefully get into a good firm and carry on designing.
So its been nearly 2 years since I branded a gym in Widnes called CrossFit Faction for two clients/friends. A lot of support and team work has gone into getting the gym up and running but now its always packed and theres more and more of them opening all over the UK. Hopefully if one of the guys opens another in Warrington I’ll get another job of branding the Warrington gym!
Jean Paul Gaultier is very good in creating bottles, since it is impossible not to notice his perfume bottles and want to try the perfumes. Each of them has a story written by Gaultier.
The first Gaultier’s perfume for women appeared on the market in 1993 and it was designed by Gaultier himself. He has carried an idea of feminine figure with unchaste lace corset which he created for Madonna in the 1990s since he was a child and saw first corsets at his grandmother’s and later helped her create them.
Female figure in underwear has represented something spectacular and utterly radical in branch of industrial design since then. He wanted his first perfume to be seductive, intoxicating and sophisticated. It includes rose in the top notes, the heart is enriched with orchid which announced joy that is arriving, while the base is composed of sweet, passionate vanilla and gentle amber. The name of the perfume says a lot about the designer’s aim: to achieve the classic for all times.
MISTICA BRANDING & PACKAGING SYSTEM DESIGN
Concept, design and finished art for a new packaging system. The branding for a range of makeup products appeals to the target audience who shop in high end department stores. The range includes a foundation, mascara, lipstick, eyeliner, eyeshadow and bronzer.
Looks Good began as self-directed branding project. The name stems from an inside joke between my friends and myself. When we would be working together on projects, one of us would turn to the other in the middle of the other’s process and yell, “HEY, IT LOOKS GOOD.” The majority of the time the opposite would actually be true. The makeup brand markets to a younger crowd with an alternative fashion sense and lifestyle. This is reflected in the palette choice as well as the overall aesthetic design, and the identity shown in each product.
GHD is launching a multi-platform campaign for to re-ignite its reputation as one of the UK’s most coveted and innovative hair and beauty brands.
‘Fairytales’, the first campaign created for ghd by RKCR/Y&R since winning the account in July, features a modern day ‘Rapunzel’, ‘Red Riding Hood’ and ‘Cinderella’ – all characters from well known fairytales who have been given darker, more evolved and empowering personalities.
In these revamped versions of fairytales, the heroines are empowered with a new inspired confidence, all thanks to their newly acquired ghd.
Rather than settling for the first Prince that comes their way, they would rather ride off into the sunset in search of their own excitement.
“We’re really excited about the launch of our new campaign. The whole ad builds to the end line ‘You Can Do Anything With Your Hair’ which encapsulates the key benefit of the brand: ghd gives women the confidence to play by their own rules,” said global marketing communications director for ghd, Sarah Lambley.
Not showing your products in some cases can have better results then showing it. People are more interested in the unknown then known, therefore the ad becomes very stimulating. Your brand has to be known though, or is at least about to be revealed. Wonderbra is constantly launching such campaigns in order to create a broad base of publicity across target consumer media. You don’t always need to show the product you want to sell. Cause suggestion can be very powerful – the less you show, the greater the anticipation.
“Reconstructed is the new Fall/Winter 07 print campaign for Levi’s Copper Jeans. Much the same way Copper Jeans’ seams and pockets are held in place with metal rivets, broken bones can be reconstructed with metal pins and plates. The vintage x-ray treatment is a nod to Levi’s 154 year heritage, as well helping to showcase Copper’s product features in an interesting, new light.”