Regularly overlooked and often your Achilles heel as a result, business stationery can be a subtle yet highly effective way of getting your message across.
First Impressions Last.
Imagine you have just had a lengthy conversation with a keen customer and the sale is all but guaranteed.
‘Can I have your business card?’ they ask, to which you almost apologetically hand over a tatty, ugly piece of flimsy card.
Hard work undone? Afraid so – your business stationery design needs to be just as professional as you and your company or else it will always let you down.
Commissioning new business stationery doesn’t have to be complicated.
Everything we do is centred on making the process simple, valuable and aligned to your business goals.
We will help you…
- Attract more visitors, and ensure they stay longer
- Generate better leads, and make more money
- Ensure your web design is SEO-friendly
…with a website that:
- Works beautifully on desktop, tablet and smartphone
- Is a genuine asset to your business
- Is a genuine asset to your business
Dare to be different.
If you’ve seen one letterhead you’ve seen them all, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
By being bold in your business stationery design you can make potential customers sit up and take note when they receive your direct mail.
Businesses still get stacks of mail every day so ensure yours stays top of the pile through a slick, attention-grabbing visual.
Say it with stock.
It goes without saying that budgets are tight, and one of the first things to be hit is stationery. Yes, printing on thinner paper is cheaper, however what does that say about you as a company?
Hardly a business on the up would be the assumption. If you can, try to use the best stock available as cheap stationery can speak volumes.
Your Stationery Design Process.
Four easy steps to better stationery.
Stay on brand.
Companies rightly focus their marketing efforts on high impact online and offline activity, essentially doing their utmost to increase sales.
These usually involve comprehensive branding exercises yet stationery can often get overlooked.
Consistency is key, so you’ll need to ensure that what a customer reads, watches or experiences is reflected in your business stationery.
Add some colour.
So many businesses opt for mono or two-colour approaches to their stationery as there is often the perception that this gives a more professional look (and it’s cheaper too).
But why not stand out from the crowd and inject some vibrancy into your compliments slips and some life into your business cards so you give yourself every chance of getting that sought-after brand recall?
Don’t just take our word for it.
Check out a small selection of the kind words our clients have had to say.
Working with Jim and the team at Designers Up North makes the day to day marketing of our company stress free.
“From marketing brochures, displays, adverts and email campaigns they are on hand for advice on content and always come back with something that not only fits the brief but is creative and unique”Heritage HomesMarketing
A highly qualified and professional team
“The broad portfolio of creative projects that Jim has delivered for Golden Eagle Luxury Trains in the form of product brochures, website design, e-mail campaign design and marketing collateral in general, has been exceptional and invaluable to our operation. A highly qualified and professional team, who continually provide an efficient, honest and reliable service. We could not recommend them highly enough.”Natasha BakerGolden Eagle Luxury Trains
Definitely recommend the team at Designers Up North.
“We have worked together on numerous projects, both directly for our own requirements, as well as liaising on work on behalf of our clients. Jim has excellent flair and understanding of a brief when even we don’t know how to explain it and will turn it into a masterpiece!
When tight deadlines appear, he will work his professional magic with calmness, efficiency and humour!”Louisa HooperJackson-Stops