Business stationery designs can be rather dull, dry, drab and mundane. Alternatively, it can be very well designed to convey loads of information to business associates, customers and others. Unfortunately, many businesses overlook the significance of their stationery, falsely believing that few would be interested in studying the bit of paper carefully.
What is Business Stationary?
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines stationery as: “Materials (such as paper, pens, and ink) for writing or typing (and) letter paper usually accompanied with matching envelopes.” Business stationery varies a bit in the definition. While it includes letter paper or letterheads and matching envelopes, more items including invoices, receipts, quotation sheets, business cards and loads of other stuff. These are usually customised to denote the identity of the business. For nearly two decades, corporate stationery also includes printer papers of various kinds, as users move from typewriters to computers.
We provide designs for following things:-
- Return Address Labels
- Mailing Labels
- Appointment Cards