How can I create a letterhead template that doesn’t break our company branding guidelines?

I’m a director of a nonprofit, and I’ve been working on a letterhead for my group that we can use.

Nearly a decade ago, we had an actual graphic designer draw up a branding guide for us that we try to abide by, but I’m being stumped by the requirement that our logo not go at the top of the page (as dictated on p12).

I was wondering if you had any ideas on what the “right” way to do this is, (or examples of letterhead where this is the case?). To my knowledge, I’ve never seen one like this, but I’m definitely not a graphics designer by trade.

Thanks!

Answer

Similar to Ryan’s answer but more a choice from your own branding guidelines.

You can use Ryan’s suggestion, or you can use the one that’s even better from your guidelines. The one on the bottom left:

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I think it’s beautifully branded by the way.

Something like this – you can pull the template straight out of the PDF you linked to:

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