Common label design mistakes include:

  1. Inappropriate font selection: Using overly complex, difficult-to-read, or overly generic fonts.
    To avoid this, choose legible fonts with distinctive features, ensuring that the information is clear and easy to understand.
  2. Inharmonious color combinations: Using too many colors or poor color combinations, resulting in visual confusion.
    To avoid this, use a limited color palette, ensuring that the colors are harmonious and consistent with the brand image.
  3. Excessive design elements: Adding too many design elements to the label, leading to visual clutter.
    To avoid this, keep the design simple, emphasizing the core information, and ensuring the label is easy to understand.
  4. Too much or missing information: Placing too much information on the label, causing key information to be drowned out; or neglecting important information.
    To avoid this, clarify the purpose of the label, highlight key information, and ensure all necessary information is included.
  5. Low image resolution: Using low-resolution images, resulting in blurry print results.
    To avoid this, use high-resolution images to ensure clear print results.
  6. Not allowing for bleed areas: Failing to allow for bleed areas in the design, resulting in white borders when printed.
    To avoid this, allow for bleed areas in the design, ensuring the edges of the printed product are complete.
  7. Ignoring regulatory requirements: Failing to follow relevant regulatory requirements when designing labels, such as food safety standards, chemical safety standards, etc.
    To avoid this, research and follow the regulations applicable to your industry, ensuring the label meets the relevant standards.
  8. Incorrect label size: Designing a label size that does not match the product packaging.
    To avoid this, measure the dimensions of the product packaging before designing to ensure the label size is suitable for the packaging.

To avoid these common label design mistakes include:, it is recommended to collaborate with a professional designer when designing labels, ensuring the label design meets brand requirements, regulatory requirements, and print quality. Additionally, maintain close communication with the printer to address potential issues during the printing process. For more information, please contact and consult us at, We will provide you with a full range and quality of products and services.

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