Bold, modern typography, like Chocolat Factory’s packaging, has a super-simple, stripped down approach. But is this its primary flaw? This popular look, if applied without enough of a differentiating element, can end up looking generic. Colour blocking is great for differentiating flavours, but something else has to be going on to create an ‘ownable’ design.
Below are some examples. Some seem to rely too heavily on colour and don’t make their packaging distinctive enough from other brands, while others are doing a better job. Can you tell the difference between the brands well enough? Are the differences memorable enough so you’ll know where to go back for your next chocolate fix?