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Ultimate List of Stationery Design Resources

Fri, Jan 1, 2010

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Stationery design plays an imperative responsibility in the corporate identity of a company. Stationery design includes office items such as business cards, letterheads, continuation sheets, slips, etc. The content and the overall appeal of stationery items is important to increase the efficiency of any brand. I have selected some very helpful resources containing Stationery design inspiration, galleries, templates and tutorials. Hope you find them useful. And yes, “Stationery” has to be spelled with an “e”, not an “a”…Please!

Stationery Design Inspiration & Galleries

Below are some of the best stationery design galleries for inspiration:

Stationery Design Templates

Stationery Design Templates with the right sizes and proper guidelines:

Stationery Design Tutorials

Stationery Design Tutorials to get you started with designing:

A tutorial to show you how to lay out an A4 letterhead, choose type sympathetic to a company’s logo, and select paper stocks and print techniques. Furthermore, it demonstrates how to convert your design into a Word document for internal office use.

A really smart and easy way to design a letterhead at very little expense that still looks professional.

Suppose you have dozens of names and their data to be put on cards, invitations etc., you can save your time by using the “Data Merge” feature in Adobe InDesign. With the Data Merge feature, you actually merge a data source file with your design and InDesign automatically produces each personalized version of the design. You can use this time-saving technique for designs such as letters, envelopes, invitations, mailing labels, post cards, etc.

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Abdus Salam is a freelance Graphic, Logo & Web designer, currently graduating in Telecom Engineering. He is passionate about every kind of creative stuff. You can follow him on Twitter or find him on Facebook.

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7 Comments For This Post

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    Excellent post with great resources. Thanks for the include.


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