Layout Design Bootcamp – Episode 20 – Creative Label Design

Welcome to episode 20 of Layout Design Bootcamp where my goal is to take you through entire design layouts to show you the exact process of how it’s done. In this 20th episode, I continued to implement the brand of “Torque Toolz” that I developed in Logo Design Bootcamp Episode number 20. I decided to design a set of labels to go on product pieces. This tutorial will teach you so many things including:

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Professional Label Graphic Design Tutorial
  • Setting up your document
  • Preparing an image In Photoshop
  • Keyboard commands
  • Setting up multiple artboards
  • Clipping masks
  • Getting a QR code
  • Adding proper bleeds
  • Saving For Print
  • and much more!!

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  1. Thank you so much for another great Episode. Episode 20 was very inspirational just like all the rest. I was so happy when I received episode 20 in my email, I hope you continue to send me episodes every time they come out. The information you give and the detailed lessons are just what I need to get my creative juices flowing. Thank you!

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  2. Hello Stephen and thanks for all the great videos!! If you have already addressed the following subject please direct me to that video and I can thank you ahead of time. My problem concerns the art work I receive from a good friend to use in his projects. He generally uses company logos from vendors or sponsors to list them on his flyers or other visual media in his projects. The graphics he sends me iare almost always low quality small in size and suffering from the “Jaggies”. Have you already covered cleaning up individual graphics to use in projects or the best way to produce clean edges from crappy files? I waste countless hours trying to clean this stuff up. HELP!

    Mark

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    1. Mark, unfortunately sometimes it’s best to either recreate the logos so it does not become a low res eyesore on the piece. If they are logos that are known, you may be able to find them on brandsoftheworld.com. I would just set another charge per each logo you have to clean up.

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