If you are looking for inspiration for a new, modern design for your office stationery you may well find what you are looking for amongst the following examples. These creative designs are particularly suitable for people setting up new businesses or freelancers who want to launch their business with completely new and high-quality office stationary.
The first evidence of printed forms which aided correspondence is from the 17th century. The final breakthrough did not take place until Alois Senefelder developed lithography between 1796 and 1798. He recorded the development process of this flat printing process in a textbook about lithography.
The lion’s share of office stationary consists of paper like letterheads for example and can be printed individually and personalised. Every entrepreneur should be aware that high-quality communication emphasises their professionalism. With painstakingly designed office stationary you can show customers and clients your tendency towards perfection and quality.
In the age of websites with cutting-edge designs you should also continue to attach importance to communication in paper form. I recommend that you closely examine the following designs in order to gain ideas and inspiration for future office stationary designs. Under each graphic you will find a link to the source of the design and its designer. Have fun and I hope you find plenty of inspiration.