Water Babies: Infant Brother (Toys R Us Exclusive) - The Art Director gave me complete freedom over the design of the back panel. We both thought it was appropriate that it should have the look or feel of a scrapbook...something that would exude warmth and tug at the heartstrings.
Water Babies: Infant packaging inserts - These are suspended from the inside of the display by thin strips of PVC, which gives them the appearance of floating. This solved a huge packaging issue.
Water Babies: Infant (tray for Sam's Club Exclusives)
Water Babies: Newborn packaging inserts - As previously mentioned, these are also suspended within the display by PVC strips.
Genuine Leather Bracelets - I did all the mechanicals, art, logo, packaging and production.
Razor Thin Skins (for RAZR cell phones)
Fritos Lime & Salt Snack Chip Bag
National Geographic Kids: Metal Detector
Shoe Charm Jewelry Set (easel w/ PVC tray)
Shoe Charm Jewelry Set: Jewelry Card
Attitude Cell Phone Case: Card and Cases - I designed the logo, packaging and dielines, and product (a mix of 12). The background pattern is a swatch I created in Illustrator.
Fritos Bean Dip: Small Label
Lays: Light Naturel Chip Bag (Spanish)
Just Like Mom Sunglasses: Easel, Hang Tag, Lens Sticker
Blues Brothers: Sunglasses and Easel
Alien Ooze Frogs
Old Navy: Matchbooks (Experimental)
For Dummies: Online Backup - I designed this in Illustrator CS2. I looked up common icons that stood for "security," and thought this was the obvious choice. It also needed to be a simple image and "flat" to complement the overall style that "For Dummies" maintains.
For Dummies: Internet Parental Control - With all the "...For Dummies" sets in my portfolio, I was given full artistic reign for packaging. I did the mechanicals, die lines, and art. I quickly designed these pieces so the small start-up company could easily have one of their artists re-flow text and turn them over to print by end of day.
For Dummies: Prepaid Cell Phone - With all the "...For Dummies" sets in my portfolio, I was given full artistic reign for packaging. I did the mechanicals, die lines, and art. I quickly designed these pieces so the small start-up company could easily have one of their artists re-flow text and turn them over to print by end of day. This is why there is still 'greek' in place of copy.
Packaging
Jenny Owens
Graphic Designer, Packaging Designer Daly City, CA