They say the devil is in the details, so make no mistake – stationery design matters. A poorly designed business card, or even letterhead, leaves exactly the wrong first impression. Why let the brand you've worked so hard to build up, fall down at the first hurdle?

Stationery design is but one part of a typical BGN branding project. Alongside stationery, we typically mock up the new identity being used in the following contexts:

  • Digital
  • Sales presentations
  • Uniforms
  • Liveries
  • Advertising
  • Print literature
  • Email

Print-ready versions of these files can then be requested, or sent directly to your printer. Beyond stationery design and artworking, we typically include the following elements in a BGN brand manual:

  • Elevator pitch
  • Brand definition
  • Brand vision
  • ‘Why’ statement
  • Brand essence
  • Brand values
  • Brand key
  • Tone of voice
  • Example messaging

This is all the result of workshops, competitor research, one-on-one interviews and so on to establish your brand strategy, which then informs the three-phase design process, of which the creation of business stationery is but one part – making sure that your stationery fits perfectly with the rest of your identity.


Before starting any project, no matter what scale or scope of project, we establish a clear strategic direction before starting any design or development. In doing so, everything we produce sits perfectly in line with your brand message, and as such, stands the best chance of helping you achieve your business goals.

With a clear brand strategy in place, we put pen to paper designing brands and digital solutions that balance our creativity and intuition with your business goals. In doing so, we bring your brand strategy in line with your business strategy, and vice versa.

The solutions that we design are specifically engineered to appeal to your current and ideal customers, first and foremost. We determine our success in this endeavour by the extent to which we transform your bottom line.


The transparent business cards convey the sense of Drella being a blank slate for artists work.

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