Stationery

Are business cards past it? In short, no. In a world where digital is taking over print, I believe there is a place for business cards and will be for some time to come. When meeting face to face they give an opportunity to underline our professionalism. They are tactile and can reiterate your brand message in a more permanent way than an eshot. Yes, we exchange contacts with our digital devices, but not all are compatible, and it is no faster than handing over a card. We don’t need as many these days, but if you are considering having some done, go for it and go for the wow factor!

Together with the business card, the stationery suit works together as a function but also as brand awareness. Compliment slips and letterheads that have been beautifully designed will only underline further that they represent a professional company that means business.

We also supply stationery templates such as invoices and letterheads, so for companies who are keen to be paperless, we can help keep you looking professional in all of your communication channels.

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Guess the brand: this series uses the straplines from well know brands... so if you can guess them!

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Gosh Golly Limited4 days ago

Guess the brand: any ideas for what iconic bottle contains?

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Gosh Golly Limited4 days ago

Friday's Quick Tip:
We start a business with certain goals in place, but sometimes the route changes, it could be that one particular product or service has evolved to becoming known above all others. In this case you have to be sure that your...

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Gosh Golly Limited7 days ago

Guess the brand: What logo does this swirl appear on?

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Gosh Golly Limited2 weeks ago

Guess the brand: this series takes the first letter of a high street store. Last one of 8

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Gosh Golly Limited2 weeks ago

Friday's Quick Tip:
I'm currently having a bit of a print challenge with pantone 072. For other designers you will know what I mean... looks great on screen, really vibrant and bouncing off the light, but when it's printed out of the CMYK colour...