Tips for Your Next Business Card Design

August 31, 2020 / Inspiration
Design a Business Card

When utilized correctly, one of the most essential marketing tools for any company is a good business card design. The key to having a great card is designing one that stands out and ‘pops’ while keeping the correct business card etiquette. The best way to get a follow up from a customer is to avoid it being forgotten about and tossed away. Keep in mind, even the smallest detail matters when it comes to visual marketing. It is crucial to make sure your business card does its job and can engage your potential audience. Having a good design is essential when it comes time to spend money on printing to keep from wasting the investment. We have compiled a list of helpful advice and tips to help you ensure that your next business card design will have a positive impact on sales and return on investment.
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How to Create an Effective Business Card

May 23, 2020 / Inspiration
Business Card Design Tips

Your business card is a powerful marketing tool when used correctly. Besides having the proper business card etiquette, having a business card that ‘pops’ and stands out from the crowd is key. You want your card to avoid being dumped into the trash at a later date, and you want to get those follow-ups. Plus, having a well-designed business card plays a crucial role in how your potential audience views your company or brand. The little things can count the most, and you want your business card to be a visual marketing tool that does its job. That’s what you are spending your money on when it comes time to print, so make sure you don’t waste your investment. Checking out these helpful business card design tips and insights below to help you make an effective business card that won’t negatively affect your conversion rates or return on investment.
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Horizontal vs. Vertical Business Cards

January 30, 2020 / Conversation, Inspiration
Business Card Layout

One aspect of business card design that often gets overlooked is the decision to go vertical or horizontal. By that, we mean, do you want your business card to have a horizontal layout or a vertical layout? If you are creating your very first business card, or maybe you are looking to change this up a bit, this is a design aspect that you do not want to forget about. There are pros and cons to using either a vertical or horizontal card, so if you want help making a decision about your business card layout, read on to see if you should go vertical or horizontal.
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How to Make Print-Ready Business Cards

August 20, 2019 / Uncategorized
Print-Ready Business Cards

When it comes to printing your business card, one of the hardest aspects is formatting your business card correctly, so it comes out as expected when printed. During the design process, your business card needs to be appropriately formatted into a print-ready file so the printer can pop out your design perfectly. Otherwise, all of your hard work and time spent can go right down the tube. If you are looking to create print-ready business cards, check out these helpful business card printing tips.
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The Many Faces of Business Cards

July 31, 2019 / Inspiration
Types of Business Cards

Today we live in a digital world, filled with technology that is continually multiplying. Change is the name of the game. Even the way we network has changed thanks to social media. However, despite the influx of technology and social media, face-to-face networking events and meetings are still prevalent within business relationships. Within this context, business cards are still king and can help you make an excellent first impression on a potential business connect. There’s something to be said for having something physical to put out on a table, or hand to another person. It’s essential to be remembered, especially in the business world, so having a physical reminder to hand out is an excellent way to stand out in a person’s mind. However, there are different types of business cards so it can be challenging to choose which one to use.
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Benefits of Silk Laminated Business Cards

May 11, 2019 / Conversation
Benefits of Silk Laminated Business Cards

The use of silk lamination has become the popular choice for high-end custom business card printing. Also known as matte laminated business cards, silk matte business cards, or satin business cards, silk laminate business cards are an excellent choice to go for when you are shopping around for a business card finish. A great way to enhance your business card there is many benefits of silk laminated business cards. There’s no better way to make a lingering impression.
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The Best Fonts for Business Cards

February 13, 2019 / Inspiration
Best Fonts for Business Cards

When you are designing your business card, there are a lot of things to consider. You want a business card that will make an impression, so it doesn’t get thrown out or lost in the shuffle with the other unwanted business cards. While choosing your color scheme and coming up with a strong logo are important aspects to consider, picking the right fonts for your business card is an often overlooked design element. The type that you choose can have an impact on how a person perceives your business card and can help distinguish you from your competition, helping you get noticed.

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When Should I Use An Embossed Business Card?

September 4, 2018 / Conversation
Embossed Business Card

When it comes to business cards, you want yours to stand out from the crowd. Business cards are a dime a dozen, so if you don’t want yours to end up in the trash, you need to stand out. One way to get your brand noticed is by using an embossed business card as your design. Embossed printing is characterized by a 3-dimensional pattern that is pressed into the paper, and the use of ink isn’t always necessary. Using this printing method is an excellent way to impress potential customers or clients, and can give your brand that quality image that you strive for. Even though embossing can cost more, the benefits certainly outweigh the cost difference.
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