Design Ideas for your Standard Doubled PrintsAbout the Author:
If you remember starting up a business, preparing for different promotional strategies was the first move that was needed to get a jumpstart for your business. Usually, with every concept built there is a corresponding print material used. But for non-promotional reasons, standard print materials that come in twos are essential needs for every business.
The usual trend for coupled prints is to create matching designs, but concepts that have contrasting designs can set you off differently and help have your company be remembered more.
1. Greeting Cards and Envelopes: One concept can be to have half of the design printed on the greeting card and the envelope also. On the flap area and opening of your envelope, you can have half of the print just exact, that as you open the card, you have the other half displayed to complete the design concept.
2. Pocket Folders and Sales Sheets: For a more professional type of print, you can have a contrasting effect having the sales sheet work in much darker colors than your pocket folder. If you have a dark concept for your logo, invert the colors at UPrinting just for the specified occasion.
3. Letterheads and Envelopes: Changing backgrounds can be one idea that can be used. For example, if your logo is generally in green, you can have a full color mustard background for your envelope. The letterhead can be an inverted version of the envelope; you can improvises and have the logo in mustard and a light green background color for the letterhead.
Unique designs are not necessary but fun to do, and by using them with essential prints, the daily use of the prints establishes stronger brand recall for business clients and customers.
Kristine is a content writer, with years of experience in the marketing and public relations industry. Currently, she resides in the Philippines working in the field of marketing.
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