Meet our Designers
Fatima AlzahraaDesigned a package for a medicine that focused on making sure the medicine bottle was intact, preventing it from spillage.
Alaa YounessMonopoly: A package made of cardboard, it’s easy to use, compact, and could be used in more than one occasion.
Alaa MagdyHer design has aesthetic appearance that reflects the identity of the product.
Alaa MohamedThe handle of the package design was inspired by the shape of the wheat.
Asmaa AhmedThe design is for ‘Asala’ product, a white henna composed of Natural ingredients. The logo design is based on its authenticity.
Marwan ThabetThe project to create a new overall package changing both; the visual look as well as the structural outer box to give the package more value.
Basma MahmoudThe package she designed will give the chance to reopen and re-close the package and keep the product safe and easily stored.
Doaa Ahmed ShnwanyThe package she designed will give the chance to reopen and re-close the package and keep the product safe and easily stored.
Malak KhaledProject was modernizing the existing package design of the Carrefour Spice Container. The redesign makes the product appealing and allows re-using the empty container.
Doaa MohamedA design for a Data card for carrefour’s spices. The graphic design of the package reflects the nature of the product & achieves the basics of design (unity – balance – harmony).
Eman AamerThe idea depends on the name of the company, which indicates the Queen of Egypt Pharaonic Nefertari, a natural skin product.
Nada BakarChose textile to be her flour packaging material since it does not pose the same challenge, it’s environmentally friendly and can be reused.
Esraa SayedA special package has been designed for Holw el Sham product to add specially designed bottles to the product. The logo is designed to express the Arab identity.
Marina SaadAllahMarina designed a water bottle for carrefour. It’s inspired from carrefour’s logo, its easy to use hold and carry.
Fadwa AhmedShe designed a rectangular cardboard box for Venus Paper Products with a hand from the top for ease of use and grip. The box is equipped with a front slot to pull the napkins.
Habiba KhattabVenous needed re-branding that reflects its quality through a logo that’s versatile, elegant and distinctive. She also worked on the packaging of the main tissue packs.
Hoda DaffrawyShe designed a juice pack for (Beauty) company and used the shape of the fruit in a distinctive and unique shape and color.
Menna AymanChanged the packaging design for a milk company from plastic to pottery to store milk for a longer time & allow reuse.
Menna EmadDesigned a logo for Venous inspired by the cotton icon and flowers to express the softness. The logo’s style is bright, simple, and fresh.
Nour KhaledDesigned multiple packages that were visually appealing using warm colors such as gold along with roses for simplicity.
Ola DafrawyDesigned an African 7UP can for the African games of football which was held in Egypt using football stadium to develop the shape of the African continent with the football texture.
Hoda AhmedThe designed package protects the product (Luncheon meat) from exposure to air. The package can be reopened and re-closed many times and can also be cut without any special tools.
Sherine AhmedDesign instantly attract attention with new patterns of colorful palettes inspired from the Egyptian society.
Radwa AdelCreated a new catchy design for Lactuel shampoo and hair dye using uncommon color palette.
Salma SalehCollen’s brand goal is to send a message to the younger generation on how to embrace themselves in their truest form. Her Design was inspired by little girls’ natural curls.
Yassmen AymanThe product was designed based on the plant AMLA and the Jasmine flower. Appropriate colors were chosen for the product to become striking and modern.
Tasneem MohamedDesigned a box with 2 pieces of different functions. The first is to protect the exterior of the box, and the second works as a handle, to ensure the ease of use and carriage of the package.
Aya Mohamed A new design for kamar ELden package. It contains a small squared piece of the product which is divided into groups, each group placed in an independent plastic pack to allow the customers to see the product.
Salah ElDin MohamedSalah’s design focused on changing the artwork and graphics to become more appealing to the customers and reflect the softness of the tissue paper.