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20 Beautiful Stationery Branding Mockups

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These days, most communication is done via the internet and most designers get their jobs on the internet as well. That’s why it’s easy to understand why most people don’t bother to think about stationery that much. It just doesn’t seem all that important anymore.

Well, is stationery important? Very much so. First of all, if you don’t have custom stationery at your business, you don’t look all that professional. Would you hire a lawyer that doesn’t have their own stationery? Then why would you hire a designer without stationery?

As a designer, it’s even more important to have good stationery. It’s a part of your job – some clients will want you to give them the complete package – logo, color scheme, branding, stationery. You know, the works. What does having no stationery say about a designer? That he’s not that good. Why would your client settle for second best? Would you?

Good looking stationery is almost as important as a good logo and a good identity. As a matter of fact, you can’t really have a good identity without good stationery – business cards, envelopes, the whole package.

Furthermore, even for non-designers, stationery is very important. For one thing, stationery helps with networking. When you write your clients or another business (be it a holiday card or an invoice), the first thing they notice is the stationery you’re using. Shoddy stationery just serves to undermine your credibility in front of your clients and collaborators.

The same goes for business cards. Whenever you meet someone on a work function, you should leave them with your card. That’s just proper business etiquette. The business card is a great opener when at meetings or conferences. It should represent you well. Custom stationery just shows your client that you care about the business (your own, of course, but also theirs) enough and that you appreciate their business. Your card should be professional, but it should also talk about you.

Your business is constantly sending out communications. That’s just the nature of business. Most of these are online these days, but there are still plenty of occasions where you have to use print. That’s why you need stationery. For all those times. You need the whole range – business cards, letterheads, envelopes, pens, pencils, invoices, compliment slips, quotes and estimates, letters of recommendation, thanks and apology and so on. Of course, some of the things in that enumeration can use the same kind of stationery – but it shows that you care if you go the extra mile. The more you customize your stationery, the better.

These are the reasons we’ve selected twenty very beautiful stationery mock ups. These are examples of how much great stationery can say about a company. They’re here to serve as design inspiration for the designers reading this as well as to convince those reticent to use stationery to jump on that train. It’s really not something you can pass on.

Verndale by Bluerock Design

verndale

verndale

Maderista by Anagrama

maderista

maderista

Manor Studio by Benjamin Koh

manor

manor

Ali Sharaf Photography by Mash Creative

manor

manor

Siobhan Byrne by Passport

Siobhan Byrne

Siobhan Byrne

Kolektyw by Wojciech Zalot & Gosia Zalot

 Kolektyw

 Kolektyw

Branding / Stationery Mock Up by Zeisla

 Branding / Stationery Mock Up

 Branding / Stationery Mock Up

Mylène Poisson Sommelière by Caserne

 Branding / Stationery Mock Up

 Branding / Stationery Mock Up

Antalis Design Stationery by Ken Lo

 Antalis Design Stationery

 Antalis Design Stationery

Stationery Mock-Up by TechNative

 Stationery Mock-Up

 Stationery Mock-Up

Semet Identity Branding by Mohd Almousa

 Semet Identity Branding

 Semet Identity Branding

Personal Identity by Ben Johnston

Personal Identity

Personal Identity

Self Promotion Justin Yi by Justin Sang-Ki Yi

Self Promotion Justin Yi

Self Promotion Justin Yi

I. H. Francesco Petrarca by Ana V. Francés

 I. H. Francesco Petrarca

 I. H. Francesco Petrarca

frameLOGIC Rebranding by Necon

 frameLOGIC Rebranding

 frameLOGIC Rebranding

Curious Space Identity by Mash Creative

 Curious Space Identity

 Curious Space Identity

Sophie Cheetham Photography by Alan Cheetham

 Sophie Cheetham Photography

 Sophie Cheetham Photography

Eskimo Identity by Pavel Emelyanov

 Eskimo Identity

 Eskimo Identity

Frederik Laux Photography by Christian Vögtlin

 Frederik Laux Photography

 Frederik Laux Photography

Befak Identity by Christian Vögtlin

 Befak Identity

 Befak Identity

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Andra Postolache is the PR and Editor of Pixel77 and Designious. She enjoys a great vector pack, design tutorials, articles about Marketing and animal prints. Get in touch with her on Twitter and Google+.

 

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  • Ayman
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    Amazing !!

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