JNS Coffee Packaging Is Inspired By The Pharmaceutical Industry

by Chloe Gordon on 06/09/2021 | 2 Minute Read

Jawa Nie Sen (JNS) is a new specialty coffee with packaging designed by Valentin Nogues and Wide Vision. The result is a design that creates a premium experience for the brand's consumers. This is accomplished through the simple label design and the monochromatic colors in the branding system for each product. Not only is the packaging for JNS sleek and modern, but it's incredibly refined and helps emphasize the high-quality aspects of the brand's beans.


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Specialty coffees have made their way to the Polish market, and are here to stay. Jawa Nie Sen is a new brand offering farmers coffee for those who care about quality.

Inspired by the founder’s background as an health specialist for the government, JNS (Jawa Nie Sen / Reality, not the dream) is a new coffee brand structured around a model based on subscription plans. The brand’s message is focused on the health and nutritional benefits of premium farmer’s / specialty coffee as opposed to industrial ones. The early goal was to create a polarizing yet premium experience for the audience. Being based on an alternative model, packaging the brand and creating a consistent visual language was the main priority so we could then set to develop an online presence. The online aspects of the brand are directed towards leads generation through different funnels in order to increase the numbers of subscribers.

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The offer is composed of two products (medium and light roasted coffee) selected in small independent farms in the Brazilian mountains. The tonal palette was established in order to differentiate each pack per quantity. Design-wise, inspiration was taken from the pharmaceutical industry as a reference to the founder’s history, but was also a way to emphasize the health and nutritional benefits of high quality coffee.

The refined design aims at positioning the roasting process and the origins in the first place rather than the flavour notes or the variety of the beans. Traditionally, coffee brands tends to hide the roasting level while it is the primary factor responsible for the flavour when it comes to coffee.

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