Halfords is producing a Lumbar range of back support products for motorists. The supports were designed after consultation with the National Back Pain Association and back specialist The McKenzie Institute International. Roundel, which designed the packaging, uses bold colours and clear, simple type to produce an end result which is characteristic of Halfords. ‘The visual language was developed to enhance the core values of the Halfords brand: trust, quality, reliability and innovation,’ says a Roundel spokeswoman.
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