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Minimalist Business Card Ideas to Add Maximum Value to Your Brand

May 1, 2017 / Inspiration, Uncategorized
raised ink best business cards

In a world where so much information is being thrown at everyone all the time, sometimes taking simplest route will make you stand out the most. These minimalist business cards make every detail count to leave a lasting impression.

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Brand Your New Business with Color Scheme Ideas Inspired by Nature

April 26, 2017 / Inspiration
Baltic sea shore and a road through the sand dunes

Are you feeling uninspired? Sometimes there is so much tedious work that comes along with effective branding that colors begin to blur together. Regain a fresh sense of creativity with these brand color scheme ideas inspired by nature.

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Building an Identity: Tips for Branding Your New Business

April 14, 2017 / Inspiration

It all starts with an idea, and with the right strategies and practice, it can one day turn into a successful enterprise. As you foster your company in it’s preliminary stages, building an identity  is crucial. Here are some tips to help you in branding your new business.

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Printing 101: Commercial Printing Tips

March 21, 2017 / Inspiration
Commercial Printing Tips

There may come a time in your life where you have a printing project that cannot be completed successfully using your desktop printer at home. In these situations, commercial printing is required, especially if you want a quality product. Other reasons why you would need a professional printer often include the need to print in large amounts, you need trimming, or you want to have choices. By choices we mean you might decide to print your project using a particular type of ink or on specialty paper. However, commercial printing is frequently used when hundreds or thousands of copies are needed, as it’s the most productive and cost-effective approach.
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How to Add ‘Value’ to Your Business Card

March 13, 2017 / Inspiration
Business Card Manual

Do you ever take a gander at your business card these days and feel like it looks too dull, excessively straightforward, or it simply isn’t having the effect you envisioned? Or maybe you are about to create your very first business card, but have no idea where to begin. In either regard, it’s okay because at Japan Print we are here to help. If you are in the market for new business cards, make sure you hold off until you finish this article.
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How to Find Creative Inspiration in Unexpected Places

March 3, 2017 / Inspiration
Find Creative Inspiration

Jack London once said that “You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” Sometimes the creative process just doesn’t happen by itself. There are the times when you really have to work for it. When creative blocks strike, looking outward can a useful way get the creative ideas flowing again.
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2017 Logo Design Trends

February 26, 2017 / Inspiration
Logo Design Trends

Paying attention to current trends has been an important business strategy for decades. Knowing what is popular can mean the difference between a successful marketing campaign and a failed one. So, whether you are looking to redesign your brand’s logo or are just starting up, check out some of the top logo designs trends for 2017!
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Go Outside the Square: Creative Business Card Tips

February 20, 2017 / Inspiration
Creative Business Card Tips

Even though we live in a digital world, business cards still hold their ground. A powerful marketing device, business cards have been the go-to marketing medium for quite some time, and it looks like this is not going to change anytime soon. This means that one of the worst mistakes you can make professionally is not having a business card on hand. Not only are they an excellent way to break the ice, but they make it easy to network with others. However, you don’t want to have a generic business card. Because if you do, you run a much higher risk of being shuffled into a pile along with other business cards, or worse, thrown away.
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