At Takeaway Packaging, we know that branding your products promotes your business and gives continuity to brand identity.
We wanted to make it as easy as possible for you to brand your takeaway & street food packaging, which is why we introduced the ‘Fancy Product Designer’.
What is the Fancy Product Designer?
The Fancy Product Designer features on all of our product pages. It enables users to brand their own packaging on screen & send it along to us for quoting. We’ve also added an additional enquiry form, here you can add your sizes, styles, quantities, your contact details and any further information you want us to know.
How to use
To use the product designer effectively, begin by selecting the images you wish to incorporate on your food packaging. As with most things, higher quality images will produce better looking products*.
Once you’re happy with your chosen images, select add image & follow the instructions shown. Images you have uploaded can be accessed in ‘add image’ at any time.
Next, decide on positioning and size. You can easily drag and drop elements to suit your desired look.
The final step is filling out the enquiry form and pushing send. This is where you will choose the size style and quantity. It is also beneficial to add the colours you require – including the colour of the packaging. It really is that simple.
If you’ve got your artwork & logos, but aren’t the best at design, send it along and we can help you out. Just leave us a comment and we’ll get our in-house design team straight on it. All food packaging is uniquely designed with your brand values and guidelines in mind. If you don’t see the product you’re looking for, get in touch with us – we’re positive we can help.
For the best results, use PNG images or other files without backgrounds. This will create the most realistic and true to life appearance. please Ensure your images aren’t too large. This won’t hinder the process, but it will take you a while to shrink it down.
*Please note: this is purely for quoting purposes, the final artwork will be transferred onto a cutter guide prior to printing.