Business Stationary Touch Points

Business stationary such as letterheads, business cards and compliment slips are an easy way to expand the and sell a brand. This is why it is important to have a sophisticated and clear looking design which makes it easy for customers to view that crucial information.

First up is the business card. After doing some research into layouts and what to include in my design I decided on the elements that I wanted to include on the design. These were…

  • brand logo and name
  • secondary line
  • contact information
  • address

I felt like these were important so customers can get a quick sense of what Creu Cof is all about. I feel like this design does its job well in providing essential information to the customers as it is in a nice structured order which the customers can follow easily. There is also a good hierarchy as the logo is the first thing people are drawn to, this leads nicely onto the contact details down below. In addition to this, on the back of the card I have the logo bleeding off the back of the card, just making it that little bit more interesting and down the bottom, three social media icons. These are simply so customers know what platforms of social media they will be able to follow Creu Cof on. The final point about this design is the secondary line. I have placed it on the top of the card t anchor the logo and enhance the modern feel and vibe of the brand.

The second piece of design is the complimentary slip. This has similar features to the business card, like the address, contact details and secondary line etc, but also has “With compliments” in the bottom right. The reason for this is so the customers know that the brand is thankful for them using their services, hopefully meaning they will revisit the business, creating brand loyalty.

The third and final piece of business stationary is a letterhead. This is used when the company will be sending out a letter to a client etc. It simply has the logo bleeding across the page in a low opacity. This is so the text over the top is still visible and also makes the design more interesting than having it the brand logo contained. Contact details and an address is also placed at the top of the page, which will then nicely lead on to the written letter. Finally at the bottom we have the brand texture with the second line typed into it. I made this design choice because I feel by having the second line at the bottom would round off the letter very nicely.

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Jacob G-D

Hi!! I'm Jake, I am 21 year old and a Graphic Communication student in my second year currently at Cardiff Metropolitan University. On this blog I will post snap shots and explanations of my work during my time at university.

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