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2567QCA Graphic Design 1 Monique Huddleston S2852834


Monique Hey, I’m twenty, I work casual at a fruit shop and currently have an internship at Digital Glare designing email templates. I graduated from QIBT with a diploma of graphic design which got me here second year at Griffith I award my self with being a grate procrastinator a lover of the beach and hopeful designer. My goal and dream job is to work as a graphic designer for a surf company in California.

Huddleston Second year, Full Time, Bachelor of Digital Media, Majoring in Graphic Design


GYM THIS WAY > Reception

CLASSES ON! LADIES

GENTLEMEN


The Problem? Nail Polish Remover (Spillage and Label Design) As many of us have experienced nail polish remover bottles spill due to their tall thin bottles and open tops. It’s not a hard product to spill as the consumer is constantly picking up putting down and changing between different products and tools when doing there nails it is any easy accident. When nail polish remover spills it isn’t a simple spill due to the chemicals in this product. They can wreck and damage surfaces it has extremely strong chemicals smell and remove varnishes and eat away at materials. The damage of a spill isn’t just to the surface but to your wallet as the average cost of the most popular nail polish removers being $5.00 for 100ml it is also a big time waster. The other problem I found with nail polish removers is they all look the same pale pints and blues in the same shaped container sitting together none stand out from one another.


Home Experiment After undergoing a simple home experiment I roughly worked out how much a spill can cost you up to $4.00 worth of nail polish in just one spill not to mention the cost of damages to the surface spilled on. The design of my nail polish remover takes into consideration all these factors.

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Contents After being dropped and immediately picked up Contents After being spilled and left for 1-2seconds Contents line after being dropped and unattended for 30seconds

$5.00

Hopefully you have quick reactions and this will only cost you $1.50 Wow that sucks you lost haft your nail polish remover and have a big mess to clean up $2.50 Waste of money and a ruined piece of furniture $4.00+


The Design Improvements to the packaging include making it first of all bigger 177ml nearly double the size but without the bottle being oversized or uncomfortable to use but still being profitable to the company. It has also replaced the screw open top buy a pump top that releases an even amount or remover each time. The container has squared corners to make it sturdier and by having the push top even if it were to be knocked over wouldn’t spill. The push top is simple and stops the user from continually having to pick up and put down the product. Improvements to label design, this label is bright and bold with thick text and a funky name ‘nude nails’ it is sure to stand out of the crowd the transparency it dynamic and interesting to entice the consumer and is simple to choose between the strength of the nail polish.


Furthermore This nail polish remover could be paired with nail polish remover pads and sold as a package or as part of a promotion to entice customers and make sure that the consumer is getting the best results by using the right products. It could also go into packs containing nail care essentials such as clippers, ďŹ les, buffer and hand cream.


2567QCA Graphic Design 1

Assessment: Marks & Feedback The following items were included in your portfolio: Item One: Corporate Identity: weighting 50% Criteria

Criteria weighting

Creativity and Innovation

40%

Technical Standard

30%

Presentation Quality

30%

Mark (0–10)

Feedback and comment ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Item Two: Packaging: weighting 50% Criteria

Criteria weighting

Creativity and Innovation

40%

Technical Standard

30%

Presentation Quality

30%

Mark (0–10)

Feedback and comment ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Marking criteria 0 No Submission; 3 Poor; 4 Below Pass; 5 Pass; 6 Sound Performance; 7 Good Performance; 8 High Performance; 9 Very High Performance; 10 Exceptional Performance

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