Maybe you have read our article about handwriting and why it is good for us? Well, being on the receiving end of something written, or created, by hand is also a truly positive experience.
Since we communicate digitally to a constantly increasing extent, the printed ”messengers” that do find their way to our hands get an exclusive quality and quite a bit of attention, simply by being analogue. That goes for magazines, books, direct marketing, post-its and notes on a piece of paper. And it most certainly goes for letters, greeting cards and drawings. Plus, there is something about the tactile experience and sound of turning a page in a book or unfolding a letter, just taken out of an envelope.
Why not give the exclusive gift of something handwritten, drawn or printed to somebody you care about? Here is a bit of inspiration from us at Multicopy:
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This spring the Swedish postal company PostNord has been busy. They report that sales of stamps and postage-paid packaging surpass the estimated levels for the period by 30 percent. Their app “Riktiga Vykort”, which is a service that turns your favourite photos into printed postcards, has doubled in sales.
The Stora Enso head office in Helsinki is an extraordinary building. It was designed by the iconic Finnish architect Alvar Aalto and dates back to 1962. Covered in white marble on the outside – full of exquisite details on the inside. However, this masterpiece does not really meet the requirements of a modern office space.