We’ve helped to innovate and reinvent international brands for Colgate Palmolive, PepsiCo, Lion, Snackbrands and AYAM.
And in Australia, we’ve shaped and revitalised some iconic household brands including Gravox, Fountain, Saxa, Kettle, Natural Chip Co., Thins, Tooheys, West End, XXXX, Sargents, Nerada, Massel, Gastrolyte, Ostelin, Invisible Zinc, Manicare and Moosehead.
We’ve built brands that have grown categories through effective consumer insights and reinvigorated stagnant brands.
We have worked across many industries and categories including personal care, home care, food, beverage, alcohol, snacking and pharmaceutical.
We continue to explore new ways to connect with consumers through research insights, innovation and disruptive strategies.
Many of our clients have been with us for 10 years or more. Building long term relationships and brand knowledge has proven to be effective in achieving results every time. READ MORE
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To support Kettle's move into the cracker market Tweak leveraged the brand's flavour credentials and premium positioning. The crafted nature of Kettle Flat Bread Crackers is reflected in vintage typography, carefully composed photography and textual finishes. Designed to be enjoyed on its own or with a topping, the elegant food styling communicates the quality and flavour profile of the cracker. Black is synonymous with the Kettle brand and has been used to back the range
Reef Sunscreen is designed for sunlovers who love the Reef Coconut fragrance but want a high SPF sun protection. Maintaining functional communication for users to navigate via the SPF number was key to consumers discovering Reef 50+ in the sunscreen category. The pack architecture heroes the 50+ SPF, highlights the product name and signals the coconut fragrance through the use of metallic brown colour
Reef Shimmer is a new innovation in its category, tapping into the body glitter and shimmer trend. The minimalist clear bottle provides product show through to hero the glittery, metallic effect and elevates this to a more modern and luxurious product. A simple black square panel inspired by the beauty category highlights key product information breaking away from the core range
Tweak’s distinctive pack architecture for the Massel gravy range achieves maximum shelf cut through in the crowded gravy market while strengthening variant navigation.
Following the success of The Natural Chip Co. potato chip comes the launch of The Natural Cracker Co. taking on the power brands in the cracker category.
Charcoal is a trending ingredient in the personal care category and Tweak’s packaging for the new Palmolive Men’s Charcoal Soap communicates confidence and purpose.
Tweak developed a premium range of Speciality Teas to extend Nerada’s Tea range- Royal Devonshire and Earl Grey. Classic, premium cues such as gold trim, ornate patterns and script typography were used to convey the quality and authenticity of the product. The colours associated with the Tea type are commonly seen in this
Tweak’s packaging solution for Fluffy Nature’s Inspirations captures the essence of nature through the use of green and fresh evocative floral imagery.
Tweak’s design simply and elegantly conveys taste and premium cues, beginning with the expressive script used for ‘Taste Sensations’, which is underscored by an emotive product descriptor, ‘Decadent Flavour Collection’.
Fluffy Pure Scents is aimed at the consumer who enjoys a vibrant and long-lasting fragrance but is limited by hypoallergenic choices in the market.
Following the successful launch of the Kettle Popcorn bag, the range was expanded to include a convenient cup format. The smaller serving size and easy to hold format taps into the consumer demand for snacking on the go. Available in three varieties: Honey & Butter, Salted Caramel, Sweet & Salty. The Kettle Popcorn Cups was featured on PKN eNews October 2018 Source: Food&Drink Sept. pg 34 ...from the Exberry Colouring Foods, GNT. Popcorn goes premium
In a heavily saturated category, Ostelin needed to work harder to standout from the crowd. Tweak streamlined and modernised the packaging to increase premium cues and better connect with consumers.
The Kettle brand is synonymous with quality crafted potato chips and Tweak leveraged these credentials in the packaging for its new corn-based chip, Kettle Uppercuts.
Tweak adapted the existing Luminous Oils brand look and extended the range for the Australian market.
The market for foaming hand wash has exploded in recent years and the challenge for Tweak was to create packaging that would set Palmolive apart in the crowded category.
Massel’s new packaging features a natural fresh look that is synonymous with its brand values.
Following the global Cuddly Aroma Intense packaging design, Tweak extended the range with two new fragrance variants.
Tweak developed visually contemporary packaging to launch Green4Air's innovative vertical wall garden into the busy hardware store environment. The packaging references the product’s distinctive shape and vibrant colours on all sides to successfully communicate its function and style. Visually strong displays can be achieved by alternating the packaging sides to attract in-store
We evolved The Natural Chip Co. packaging to reinforce its ‘natural’ point of difference and create an easily identifiable mark to build brand recognition. The new pack heroes real tasty ingredients and introduces vibrant colours for standout. The brand refresh successfully communicates the naturally great tasting brand proposition.
Ajax and Palmolive have come together to introduce new limited edition fragrances for 2018. Divine Blends is a combination of two scents blended together to deliver a fresh burst of fragrance for an uplifting sensorial experience. Since its launch the range has experienced strong growth and customer
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