Join Sean Adams for an in-depth discussion in this video Mailing labels and other pieces, part of Layout and Composition: Marketing Collateral.
…And now we move onto the stationery system option package.…In addition to the basic elements of the…system, the letterhead, business card, envelope and mailing label,…your client may need items such as a fax form, memo form, note card or name label.…One of my favorite items in this system, is the mailing label.…This is the piece that has a sticky backside and…can be affixed to a blank, large envelope, tube, or box.…I love using the same paper stock as the letterhead and other items.…
Most good paper lines carry a crack and peel option.…This is exactly what it sounds like.…Crack and peel the protective backing off the paper to reach the adhesive side.…Mailing labels are typically four inches by six inches.…They contain the same items as an…envelope, the company logo, name and address.…And make sure to leave room to type the recipient's address.…If I'm printing a mail label, I like to ask the printer…if there is room on the sheet to add a name label.…
These are smaller pieces that might only contain a logo or name.…
- Deciding on the media for your message
- Defining your target audience
- Setting the budget
- Writing and placing copy
- Choosing paper and printing
- Formatting a brochure
- Designing letterhead, business cards, and envelopes
- Creating posters and media kits
- Designing specialty items like holiday cards
Skill Level Beginner
Designing with Grids in InDesignwith Nigel French2h 12m Intermediate
Graphic Design Foundations: Typographywith Ina Saltz2h 23m Beginner
1. Preparing to Design: Essential First Steps
2. Preparing to Design: Developing the Content
4. Stationery Systems
6. Folders and Media Kits
7. Promotional Pieces
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