By On Jun 19, 2018 Invoice Templates
Why not bring some old world charm into your design by introducing some texture and warm tones for a vintage-inspired look. Check out this invoice by Rob Brink’s design and printing service that brings in some print-inspired textures throughout. It’s easy to go overboard with texture, so pick your battles early on and decide where you want to texturise and where you don’t. However, once you’ve chosen the right place for your texture, consider pairing it with warm, muted colours similar to the ones used by Rob Brink here to really evoke that vintage feeling.
This design as a whole is simple, elegant and clean. If we disregard the perforated barcode slip at the bottom of the page, when you first look at this design, the eye immediately focusses on the logotype which is placed front and center in the header, the largest header element by far. By using scale to draw attention to the logotype, Madison Scordino has managed to draw attention away from the small barcode in the header.
Chances are that when you design your invoice you will have to use some (or a lot of) lines at some point to help divide your information and make it all navigable and understandable. Some people choose to hide these lines by making them faint, subtle, or unnoticeable, but why not consider making them a focal point as Luke O’Brien has done in this example.
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