Understanding The Impact Of Vape Juice Label Designs

Whether you are looking to open a store that sells vape products or you simply want to make sure that you are always going to be an educated consumer, you will want to learn about product design as it relates to the juice that is used in the vape pens that you are used to seeing.

Consider The Experience

There are many reasons why people will vape e juice and you want to have a firm understanding regarding how the design on the label can impact the decision-making process for the consumer. For example, those who are looking for a zero nicotine vape juice because they like the relaxation impact they get from it, along with the taste, the label will want to appeal to their senses by using fonts that flow instead of being ridged. Vibrant colors can also give the consumer the feeling that the flavor or intensity of the vape juice is a little on the light side.

Also, consumers tend to respond better when they notice a design on a label that seems familiar to them. Of course, this does not mean that labels should ever be a copy of something else, but iconic images, soft fonts, and gentle colors can have different meanings to many people, all while still seeming to be extremely familiar to each person.

Read The Reviews

Check out some of the online reviews that you are finding for the vape juice. You will want to make sure that you are considering how the expectations of the consumer might have impacted their opinion of their vaping experience. Look for talk about them being disappointed or highly surprised and how that might be so different than what they thought they were going to end up with based on the look of the vape juice bottle.

Get Some Advice From A Group Study

If you have some e juice vape labels in mind, you might want to go ahead and have some samples printed out. Then, you will want to offer some people to take part in your group study. Allow them to take a look at as many samples as you can. Get each one of the participants to select the labels they like the best and the ones they really do not like. You can even ask each person to write down some feeling words that come to mind when they look at the various labels.

The study is something that you could put together on your own. However, since there are many moving parts with such a project, you might want to consider hiring a professional company to assist you with this. Just make sure that the company you are considering using is one that has a wonderful reputation for providing their clients with the results that they were looking for. Once you have a better idea as to how the general public is going to react to the label designs that you are considering using, you can move forward with putting them out on the market.

As you can see, there are a lot of things that have to be taken into consideration when trying to use the best possible design approach. Therefore, if you are in the market to start designing your own labels or you are simply trying to figure out which ones should be brought into your store – you should have much more information now to make use of.

  • Brian Castner

    The unfortunate thing about Rush (and one or two clueless Congressmen) screaming about gun control conspiracies is that there is a very real issue here that mainstream legit leaders raised over a year ago. It has only leaked into the election year because the justice dept hasn’t been forthcoming. I am bored bored bored about fake scandals, but this one is fascinating, because 1) the Obama admin resurrected a program that even Bush folks realized failed, and 2) we really did supply fully automatic weapons to the Mexican drug war, without tracking devices, thinking we’d magically get them back. Rush does *your* (read: Democrats, Obama supporters) work for you, going to an unneeded extreme that distracts better than any Obama smokescreen could.

  • JimOstrowski

    Whitewater, Monicagate, F & F are circuses the GOP uses to distract its rank and file away from the fact that the GOP has failed to shrink government each and every time it had the power to do so and in contradiction to all its rhetoric for the last 50 years. 

  • JimOstrowski

    Whitewater, Monicagate, F & F are circuses the GOP uses to distract its rank and file away from the fact that the GOP has failed to shrink government each and every time it had the power to do so and in contradiction to all its rhetoric for the last 50 years. 

  • JimOstrowski

    Of course, the rank and file are themsleves to blame.  Fool me a thousand times–shame on me.

  • Jesse Griffis

    Yeah, I’m confused how anyone could defend giving guns to the Mexican cartels. Brian’s comment here is 100% correct.

  • George_Jefferson

    “Rush does *your* (read: Democrats, Obama supporters) work for you, going to an unneeded extreme that distracts better than any Obama smokescreen could.”

    Agree 100%. And if that doesn’t work, just blame Bush.

  • tonyintonawanda

    Fast & Furious ain’t too phony for the family of the dead border agent.

  • jamesholstun

    “Gin up”? Just because Republican creeps are attacking it doesn’t mean that Democratic creeps have not screwed up, big time. And shouldn’t anyone who remembers Watergate be able to vomit, just a little, when some White House or DoJ suit invokes “executive privilege”? Really, I know the “Defend Barack at all costs!” reflex is hard to resist, but try, try, try!

  • Correct, and the biggest reason for the rise of the Tea Party.

  • hwhamlin

    You lefties are obviously afraid of this inquiry, and have trotted out the intellectual heavyweight Colbert to make it go away.

  • ckg1

     Funny…way back in the day, I think that was how you and the rest of the righties defended Bush.

    And, BTW, Obama’s only invoked executive privledge once. Reagan did it at LEAST 20 times. And presidents have done this for MANY years.

  • jamesholstun

    Well, if President Babykiller (i.e., Dick and Jerry and Jimmy and Ron and George and Bill and George) did it, then it’s Jake by me. I don’t remember defending Bush way back in the day–I thought I wanted him tried and convicted at the Hague, and then sharing a cell for the rest of his life with Bill Clinton–but if that’s what you remember, you must be right.

  • hwhamlin

    In 2005 the Media hangs on every word of Cindy Sheehan, who has lost her son in Iraq–a war fought in the open with the assent of Congress. They follow her to Texas where she–and they–harrangue the president for weeks.

    Kent and Josephine Terry lose their son Brian–a U.S. Border agent–killed by one of thousands of weapons sold by our government to drug runners in a harebrained scheme hatched in secret at the highest level in the Department of Justice. The Media ignore them, and the White House press secretary conveniently forgets their name. The president tries to withhold evidence on this from Congress.

    This site, along with the rest of the Media, dismisses any inquiry into the scheme as a “Phony Fury”. That’s pretty much all you need to know about The Media.

  • starrrbuck

    hamlin, good points. 
    At least there’s one exception so far – Jon Stewart’s take sounds very different from most of the media about this.

    http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-june-21-2012/glocks-and-spiels

    and

    http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-june-21-2012/differentiate-your-party-s-assertion-of-executive-privilege-from-the-previous-administration-s

  • ckg1

    Hmmm…then why did Rep. Issa admit on Fox News Sunday yesterday that there was no evidence that the White House had any involvement in Fast and Furious, contrary to Speaker Boehner’s statement a few days ago?