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Designing a CD cover and Point of Sale Display

Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by Douglas Boler, May 12, 2014.

  1. Douglas Boler

    Douglas Boler New Member

    Is there tips anyone can tell me about making a point of sale display, suchas materials, sizes, types of images and pictures used in the design and the main types of tools required for constructing and designing these products! :)PLEASE!!!!
     
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  2. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    It really does depend on the context for a point of sale display, the location, the brand etc all have an impact on the design, without more information it would just be endless.
     
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  3. Douglas Boler

    Douglas Boler New Member

    It is a CD Point Sale Display to advertise the artist Skrillex
     
  4. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    For a start I wouldn't use Comic Sans ;)
     
  5. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    You could use Comic Sans Neue if you're really set on that font though....

    Douglas, the 'artist' (debatable) and the product going on it isn't really enough information, you have to consider the other aspects more than what is going on it.
     
  6. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    ^^^^ Like Levi said ^^^^

    Is it for a counter top display or a wall or window one?

    These type of things tend to be made from thick, die cut cardboard and often as a self assembly, slot together construction.

    I guess the imagery would fit in with the CD's marketing such as the artist, CD cover imagery and such.
     
  7. Douglas Boler

    Douglas Boler New Member

    It is for a counter top display
     
  8. Douglas Boler

    Douglas Boler New Member

    Thank you guys for the tips
     
  9. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    counter top... that corrugated plastic (like cardboard box material just plastic), thick cardboard or plastic sheets (usually acrylic/polycarb)
     

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