If you are working in QlikView, or just want some good ideas in general, you can download the Developer Toolkit which is an app that not only provides well designed objects but also gives some UX suggestions such as organizing your app according to the DAR methodology.
Brand style guide
If you are working for a larger company they will very probably have a brand style guide. Style guides layout the rules for using the company logo, the approved colors, fonts, and other design considerations. Sometimes people look at brand guidelines as limitations on their creativity - that style guides are cramping their style. Well it’s true, part of the purpose of a style guide is to stop everybody from doing whatever they want. A brand should have a single unified voice and not look like a bunch of people all went wild.
Depending on your perspective style guides can be liberating, freeing you to have more time to focus on UX challenges and scripting development instead of focusing on colors & fonts. When creating your design template: save time and use the style guide to help make smarter creative decisions.
Do your future self a favor and set aside some time now to create a design template where all of the objects have a consistent design voice (typefaces, weights, colors, etc.) Your future self will be free to think about other things and thank you.