Brand management professionals are outspoken about the need for templates.
The gap between the skill sets of specialists around the organization and design discipline is obvious. By adding the right design elements in templates, we bridge this gap, and hand back a little more brand control to where it belongs – at the very fingertips of the organization. Templates help you enable all users to comply with brand principles.
However, these gaps can also be bridged in other areas of the organization. Whether we’re talking about legal compliance or project excellence governance, the template should be the first place to invest.
Let us tell you why.
The template is your chance to guide any type of structured work throughout your organization.
Essentially, the template is the framework for the work it will support. As an example, look at the letter template, a framework for creating letters. You can control almost anything: the font, colors, margins, logo(s), space for sender and recipient addresses, fitted to the envelopes of your choice. The list of items controlled by a template is long and could even include paper size for different geographies or letter purposes.
Take the list of things mentioned above and imagine asking a specialist colleague to do these things before they get down to their real work. Nah, wouldn’t do that, right?
Well, let’s make every workday work (a bit) better with excellent templates that support the people that make up your organization.
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Templates are the starting point of any large scale document journey.
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