Design Bottle for Olive Oil in 20 Easy Steps

There is something quite exciting about having a drizzle of good olive oil over your favorite Mediterranean diet. It can enhance the taste of pasta, soup, or crusty bread and enhance the flavors. To safeguard the olive oil, you need to have the right bottle to store the olive oil.olive oil

Having a cruet (olive oil dispenser) can be tiring, and it proves to be impractical for cooking applications. If you have been contemplating investing in a random glass container for the cold-pressed olive oil, the latter can lose its freshness due to light, heat, and air.

 

 

How to Design Bottles for Olive Oil?

Creating the best product is a major investment and choosing the right packaging is equally important, especially if you are dealing with expensive olive oil. A good product may fail due to poor packaging or lack of appeal. Thus, the process must offer consideration for –

  • Structure and shape
  • Functional appeal
  • Artwork to entice buyers
  • Ergonomic design
  • Safety during transportation

 

Creating a good design can be a tough and intimidating task requiring investing time and money. However, here are a few steps to make the process easy for you –

 

  1. Define your business goals, expectations; describe your vision and mission.
  2. Describe how the package will make a difference to your product. Will it help to blend or stand out?
  3. Consider the type of packaging, labels, transportation methods, and corrugate.
  4. Identify product weight, size, and weight to ensure the accurate size and shape of the bottles.
  5. If you use large quantities, you need to select a sophisticated design yet easy to handle.
  6. It will help if you research your available options. The good idea is to seek references or professional sources to identify your best choice. It helps to narrow down the selection process.
  7. You can call the shortlisted agencies and discuss your requirements. You can also help them better understand your brand, its objectives, and expectations.
  8. You can achieve a sample design recommended by the business that suits your requirements from the above process. It helps you understand the quality and design outcomes to be expected from the designers.
  9. Collaborate to define product details, features, audience profile, and competitor strategies.
  10. Ask for a cost estimate for the samples.
  11. Compare the outcomes of the shortlisted agencies and deliberate on the possible pros and cons of selecting the particular supplier.
  12. Make your final selection and hop on to personalize your shortlisted design.
  13. Describe your brand’s look and appeal. It means that you need to describe the labels and symbols needed to differentiate your brand.
  14. Fonts and styles are also important to catch customer interest.
  15. Avoid cluttering designs and labels.
  16. The copy must captivate the customer’s attention. Choose visuals and styles to match your USP.
  17. You can also customize your package style and quantity. Review the final design and follow up with clients.
  18. Create a test market plan to identify if the package suits your clients and their expectations. Jot down their recommendations.
  19. Iterate and review the process.
  20. Once done, wait for the packages to arrive

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