October is here, and you know what that means? Vibrant colors, falling leaves, colder temperatures, and of course, Halloween! Halloween is fun for both children and adults. Who doesn’t like dressing up and getting free candy?! OK, maybe some of you don’t, but maybe you like Halloween decorations? In either case, getting into the Halloween spirit is fun. If you own a business, there’s no better way to get into the spirit of the holidays than incorporating Halloween-themed elements into your design work.
Even in today’s digital age, a business card is still considered to be one of the most effective ways to create and sustain business connections. Business cards are often the first impression made on a potential client, so it is important that you have a well-designed, effective business card. Yes, designing an effective business card can be tricky, but when pulled off correctly, they can be quite memorable. However, you don’t want your business card to be remembered for the wrong reasons! The best way around this is to learn from other people’s mistakes.
In today’s high tech, ultra graphics world getting your business card noticed requires fine tuning every detail. More often than not the paper choice is given very little attention, apart from what is printed on it. But there is more to paper than what meets the eye, and there are a variety of business card paper types available.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned vet or a newcomer to the world of design, knowing the history of your profession can help one change how a profession works and can help you become a leader in your field. Plus, you should know who were the ones who challenged the status quo and paved the way for today’s designers, and which designers are doing so at this very moment.
Business cards are considered to be a commodity, and the function that they serve is to get your contact information into the hands of a potential client. However, since they are considered to be a commodity, business cards often get misplaced or disposed of, and they can be easily forgotten. If you want your business card to stand out, you must have one that is appealing, and the best way to achieve this is to have a good design. Having a solid business card design is an important tool that can help you be remembered and help you succeed.
Keeping up with the trends is crucial when you live in New York City. The current trends define what we wear, what we say, and now even our business cards. It’s always important to take the current image trends into consideration when choosing how you present your business to clients and other potential business contacts as well. You want to make sure you are attracting the right kind of customer and putting your best foot forward no matter what! So without further ado, here are four hip, new image trends for you to try on your next business card!
Do you look at your business card nowadays and feel like it looks too plain, too simple, or it just isn’t making the impact you had hoped? If you’re in the market for new business cards, look no further than these 4 tips for improving what you already have. Even if you are fresh out of college or this is your first experience getting business cards, this is a phenomenal guide to make sure you’re getting it right the first time!
Everyone knows the importance of having business cards, but what about how you use them? Most people don’t realizing what an art form networking actually is! When do you choose to exchange cards? What do you say? How do I handle receiving business cards from others? Lucky for you, we have put together a guide of business card exchanging etiquette, so you can be prepared and ready to take on your next networking opportunity by storm!