The King's Dairy Cheese
To create an original Dairy brand with a distinctly British feel, to appeal to the export market.
We were approached by Smylies, for whom we had previously created The King’s Deli range of crisps. Much like the previous project, we were initially asked to create an original brand with a distinctly British feel, to appeal to the export market. However, this time for a yoghurt brand instead of crisps. As the project progressed, the brief evolved into creating an umbrella brand for not only Yoghurt but Cheese too.
Name Generation, Initial Logo Concepts & Pack Concepts
We began by researching the yoghurt market and our name generation led us to use ‘Daisy’s Dairy’ as an early concept. This was run across pack mock-ups for two flavours and then fed back to the client. The designs were similar in style to the King’s Deli packs, with inviting ingredient imagery used to entice consumers.
With feedback received it was decided that it would be an excellent opportunity to follow up on the success of The King’s Deli crisps and change the Dairy brand’s name to ‘The King’s Dairy’.
This, in turn, led us to develop a logo and packaging that tied in with the existing King’s Deli branding. The product descriptor was then added below the main lockup. This has the added benefit of easier integration for any future products to be released under the King’s Dairy moniker, as the main logo won’t need to be changed.
The Final Packaging
For the King’s Dairy Cheese, we chose an artisanal feel with a chalkboard effect background accompanied by bold rectangular product name boxes for each flavour in the range. The finishing touch was a simple flavour descriptor at the bottom to give the customer an instant idea of what to expect from each product, allowing them to select the cheese that best suited their taste.
As the website was now accommodating two products instead of just one, we decided to create the main entry screen where the visitor can choose either the King’s Dairy Cheese or King’s Dairy Yoghurt products. We then customised each product’s page to reflect its branding.
Visit the site: https://thekingsdairy.com/