Just wanted to share this quick design made with Affinity Designer.
Had an old line of products done with Photoshop and Illustrator. https://www.totalfix.com.mx But now migrating the workflow to Affinity products for Packaging, Branding and promotional materials. Brochures, posters, business cards, etc.
By the way, the Client was looking over the shoulder as I did some adjustments and asked about what software I was using. Had some time to do a little evangelizing of the Affinity Line,. He was happy with the results.
Too many fonts! Try reducing to 2-3 fonts (including styles, header can be treted as logo, so it doesn't count). If you need more emphasis on something use rather color or size instead of another font
While background image is pretty it has very vague connection with content. Not really criticism here, just observation.
Colors are very aggresive and not really fitting togheter - they make something I call visual puke If you struggle with palette, there's a lot of online tools which will help you
Margins, aligments etc. - why text about competition is far closer to edge than icons on left? Same goes for top and bottom, and few other places
Be consistent - if you decide that background for text frames is green, use same green for most of them. Reserve different color for something special, that should pop
Text kerning, spacing, leading, size - Well... it's wrong in too many places. Let's just say that "justify all" isn't always best solution. Also pink titles on left - remove line break in top one. It's just one place, and disturbs spacing in whole block.
General advice is to stick with established rules and be consistent - use same style for all similiar elemnts.
And remember - rules can be broken to achieve extraordinary results, bu ONLY if you master working within their limits first