By On Apr 29, 2018 Invoice Templates
This design uses a lot of obvious lines, and it uses them well. From the simple outside border, to the grid-like header that divides information, from titles, from logos, right down to the clean, simple table. The result is an organised and functional invoice that also looks really good, and happens to complement his logo. A win/win!
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.
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