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Designer Problems #15: Wine Label Issues

Creative Market March 31, 2021 · 1 min read

Every week we’ll be poking fun at the all the best and worst parts of being a designer. Here’s our new issue of #DesignerProblems, we hope you enjoy it! Leave a comment below and let us know what you think.
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  • My expectations on food quality are instantly lowered when a restaurant has a poorly-designed menu. Typos probably mean the kitchen is infested with rodents; I'm sure there's a connection. 6 years ago
  • Haha @Tina Knoedler - YES! ;) 6 years ago
  • And please, for the love of good design, do NOT use Comic Sans. Totally cheapens your food. 6 years ago
  • In addition to bad typography, a menu with mispellings or incorrect words ruins my appetite. On the other hand, I have been guilty of buying wine for the sake of owning a beautifully designed label. To date I have several bottles unopened, with their labels standing in as art. 6 years ago
  • Does anybody remember how beautiful the old Celestial Seasonings teas box art was? I enjoy good typograpjy as much as the next designer, but the current box design just leaves me cold. In more skilled hands, the typography would have been smashing. As it stands now, it's just bland and doesn't stand out on the crowded supermarket shelves. 6 years ago
  • This weekend I was guilty of picking a mechanic based on the awesome old retro sign they had. :( 6 years ago