Designing quality company stationery in the North East for over 15 years from my studio in Chester-le-Street, County Durham
Why use printed business stationery?
After a creative logo, business cards and letterheads are the next most important must haves for any business. Beautifully designed, quality printed business cards are vital. They are often the first introduction a client has of your company so they need to do you justice. Although letters are often sent by email, a supply of printed A4 letterheads is also important. There’s no substitute for crisp professionally designed stationery as a hard copy when doing important letters or tenders for a more business like touch.
High quality A4 letterheads, business cards and DL compliment slips represent your brand and corporate values.
Cheap business stationery design can do more harm than good and damage company credibility. That’s why I make sure your printed business stationery is stylish, consistently branded, reinforces the quality and professionalism of your business and conveys your company details clearly, concisely and legally.
Helping you stay in touch.
Whether your customers are local to Newcastle,Durham, Washington, Consett, Gateshead, Sunderland, Newton Aycliffe, Teesside the wider North East Region or further afield, printed stationery is an elegant, professional and accepted way of communicating with them.
I make your company stationery look great with a minimum of fuss on your part.
After an initial briefing session, all I need from you is your basic information and logo…I take care of the rest. I’ll send you a PDF proof of the final stationery pack for checking and comment, and once approved I send it to print. All you have to do is sit back and wait for the fast turnaround delivery. It couldn’t be simpler.
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Stationery Top Tips!
- Keep your logo top centre or top left of letterheads
- Place your business address on the right in the top third of the A4 sheet, or at the bottom
- Leave the top third on the left hand side of letters clear for the delivery address
- Add feint delivery address container marks to letters matching envelope windows
- Make the A4 left hand margin wider than the rest so letters can be punched and filed
- Add a crease line 99mm down on the left of letters to help fold them into perfect thirds
- Avoid confusion by keeping trust indicators and affiliate logos at the bottom of letters
- Use both sides of business cards otherwise it’s a wasted marketing opportunity
- Laminate business cards to keep them clean and fresh in customers wallets for longer
- Leave plenty of white space on compliment slips for adding short personal messages
- Take the time to check stationery legal requirements...use Google and HMRC website