Your first point of contact often involves a business card being exchanged. Then you might send a document and together these reflect on you and your organisation – supporting their first impressions.
Starting from your logo design we’ll keep going with unlimited iterations to get this most personal of print-items just right; creating a ‘front’ and ‘details’ side, with up to 6 different sets of contact details.
Depending on who you’re giving these cards to, there might be a need for a really luxurious feel or just nice and simple. The real key with a good design is to get your cards printed well, and we’re happy to advise (it’s not expensive!).
What you get
You’ll get both the original artwork files (for any updates needed) and print-ready PDFs, plus our independent advice on how best to print them and ensure they arrive in time for your needs.
Then you can print as many as you need. Tip: Only print as many as you can envisage using in a 12 month period, otherwise they can be expensive paper weights.
Sleek and simple this ensures everyone has your details, you are legally compliant (eg. company or charity details) and saves a lot of time administratively. Even a 1-line letter can look amazing on letterhead.
In addition to a file you can use with a professional printer, we also provide Microsoft Word-friendly templates of your letterhead because there often isn’t a need to print up an entire ream (500 sheets) of letterhead, more a case of printing-as-needed.
Based off the letterhead design, a simple way to say ‘Thank You’ without needing to write a letter. Eg. with a cheque for an invoice or when sending out a product. It adds the personal touch without adding a lot of time.
With Compliments come both as a file you can send to the printer and a PDF with 3 with compliments on the A4 sheet so it’s easy to print them out as needed.
Did you know that your emails are considered legal communications and for companies and charities are subject to the same laws as your letterhead?
A nice signoff (but not a hugely long legal one!) can add a sense of professionalism to your communication and meet your obligations. They’re a bit tricky to install but worth it.