A new poll from The Conversation shows how the UK’s top 10 top stationery brands have changed over the last two years, from a focus on traditional prints to digital designs and more.
Read more The poll found that the majority of respondents said that their favourite brands were now either print-on-demand products or traditional designs.
But when asked what their favourite brand was, there was a significant gap between those who said they had an affinity for both products and those who identified only with print-and-play.
The survey found that just over half of the respondents were satisfied with the digital offerings of their favourite UK brands, while just over two thirds said they preferred the print-only offerings.
The poll also found that digital design is now the most preferred design type for the UK brand industry.
Respondents were asked which design style they preferred to use for their branded products.
The Top 10 UK stationery brand brands in 2018 are:Aeropostale, Armani, Alexander McQueen, Alexander Wang, B&M, Bottega Veneta, Ben & Jones, Brooks Brothers, Clarks, David’s, Dior, Dolce & ; Gabbana, Eau Claire, Fendi, Gucci, Hennessy, Guadeloupe, Guernsey &.; Mango, Michael Kors, Moda, Nigel Scott, Panerai, Prada, Schick, Stella McCartney, Tom Ford, Victoria Beckham, Zara, Zoya, Zoot.