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Get your design ideas percolating, friends! We’re brewing up a Weekly Warm-Up that will hopefully perk you right up. The creative task at hand is to design some packaging for a fictional coffee brand. Whatever elements you choose to design, make sure you dream it up, drink it up, and bring something awesome to life—we know you can do it!
Don’t fret, friends—our Weekly Warm-Up is no stress. These low stakes exercises are all about growing design skills, together, as a community.
This delicious, caffeinated Weekly Warm-Up runs until October 27, so make sure you serve up a hot cup of design goodness before it’s too late!
Use this week’s warm up prompt to flex your design muscles and hone your skills. Work however you want, but keep it low-stress and fun!
Design something and hit the button above to Rebound this shot before October 27 to participate in this week’s prompt!
Check out all of this week’s Weekly Warm-Up community submissions below, and keep an eye out for our blog recap and social features!
Black (Phillip) Coffee 🐐☕️🔮
October 21, 2019
Quick Brown Fox Coffee. Fake Brand. Weekly Warm Up
Coffee Hex logo | Weekly Warm-ups
Coffee Hex packaging | Weekly Warm-ups
October 22, 2019
Weekly Warm-Up: Week 08
Weekly warm-ups - packaging for a fictional coffee
Enjoy Coffe, Dirbbble Weekly Warm-Up
Coffee Packaging Design - Weekly Warm-up
Beans 'n Cream | Dribbble Weekly Warm-up
Black Cat Coffee
Expresso - Dribbble Coffee packaging design challenge
Witch's Brew Coffee
Sump Oil Coffee Syrup
Lone Light Roasters
"Tazza" coffee packaging design
Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice
Weekly Warm-Up #8- Café Sabor (Coffee Flavor)
New Cat on the Block - Coffee Packaging
Weekly Warmup - Sheikah Coffee
October 23, 2019
Big Bean Coffee Brand
Obscenely Optimistic /Балиар өөдрөг/ Coffee package...
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