It’s that time of the year again when you review your performances, looking back the good/bad of all experiences and make the best out of them! Here on CardDsgn.com, it’s truly a remarkable year ever since we decided to change our featuring style – request detailed information from the designers to share with our readers, especially what inspired them to design the business cards. The results were amazing! Here are the reasons why:
1. We see things from the creator’s perspective
It’s so easy to overlook some of the design details and we’re so grateful that the designers we contacted are patient and always willing to answer our questions.
2. We learn to appreciate the process of ‘making’
Sometimes designers need to go through a very lengthy process to get the work done. We’re glad that we get to share those information, encouraging one another that hardwork and patience do pay off in the end.
3. We get to connect with the designers
We always find joy in connecting with people, so having the opportunity to contact the designer himself/herself, that’s rewarding! We’re fortunate that these people are just as friendly and helpful as well.
Also, the last quarter of 2017 was also the time we started our social media presence, especially for Facebook and Instagram. The latter had given us access to fine arts, great inspirations and best of all, connect with fellow designers from all around the world!
We believe that the best is yet to come, so brace yourself! Let’s all continue to inspire and learn from one another. Finally, a big shout-out to the amazing designers who shared their work on our platform – Thank you and we truly appreciate you! We wish you the very best in all of your future endeavors. Stay awesome!
What makes a successful business card design? The fundamental purpose of a business card is spreading the word about your business and giving contact information to interested persons. No matter how well-designed a card can be, it needs to serve its purpose as a functional personal marketing tool.
In the last years, we have seen. Many companies have realised that this hard printed medium can be a part of their branding process and is a vital first look at a piece of the design from the company from many partners and customers.
That’s why we have seen companies working with new shapes and materials with a focus on high quality. You can still buy 500 business cards for 3.99 but then it’s also just a piece of paper with your name on. Let’s take a look at some of the trends we are seeing from designers and some examples. Continue reading
Colors do more than just attract attention to your business card design. They showcase your brand’s personality and evoke your audience’s emotions—which can lead them to react to your call to action. Because colors are so entwined in human psychology, it’s important to choose the right ones for your business card.
These great designs from our gallery and from the folks over at Company Folders will show you what color can do for your business card.
As a designer, you know it’s important to stay up-to-date on the latest industry trends. Which means you’re aware of all the cool business card options out there-like awesome imprint methods, die-cuts, and manufacturing materials.
But sometimes, having so much information can cause a different design problem: analysis paralysis. When you’re completely overloaded with choices, you reach a point where you can’t choose anything at all.
Business cards are often a blur of bright colors designed to make you look here! Take action! Call now! It can get a little overwhelming with so many different colors all vying to catch your eye at the same time.
Having a black and white business card is a way to make yourself stand out from the colorful crowd. Its neutral color palette makes it seem understated at first glance—but take a closer look, and you’ll see just how bold a black and white business card can be.
To help you get inspired, here’s a collection of great black and white business cards from the design gallery and from the creative team at Company Folders.
Having your own unique designed and printed business cards is a great way for you get noticed, there are many different printing techniques that can make your business card design stand out, from letterpress to die-cut effects. In this post I have collected a selection brilliant edge painted business cards, edge painting is a great way to add a final finish to your business cards.
Business cards printed onto thin or bad quality stock will not stand the test of time. They are not durable and can look pretty cheap after being kept in the pocket or wallet for a length of time.
Having wooden business cards solves this problem, wooden business cards are durable and will not wear out like a conventional business card, wooden business cards can really help project your visual identity and creativity.
Check out 17 wooden business cards I have selected, some are from the business card gallery and others from other creative folks on the web.
A business card is an important tool any designer, it is a platform for the designer to showcase their style and creativity on a piece of material that a client can take away with them.
The business card design is an extension of your branding representing you and your company, you should invest your time and money in creating a unique and well crafted business card design and not opt for a cheap alternative.
A well designed and executed business card reflects your design skill and attention to branding, a potential client will use this as an insight into who you are and what your brand represents. If you are new and just about to start designing your own business cards, check out these high quality business card design tutorials that will give you a great insight into the process behind the creating a print ready business card.
It is important to make your business stand out form the pack, a technique which can greatly help make your business card stand out is having it die-cut. Having a die-cut business card will give your business card nice rounded corners or a unique shape cut into it.
Die-Cut business cards are a great way to add a unique and and memorable twist to your card, take a look at 15 of these best die-cut business cards I have chosen from the gallery.
Creating a business card that stands out from the pack is a tricky business, often the perfect compliment to a great business card design is to have it letterpressed. Letterpressing can really help complete your design, take a look at the business cards below, perhaps consider getting your card letterpressed next time round!
I have selected 20 of the finest letterpress business cards that have been submitted to the gallery in aid of providing you some inspiration when you come to design your business card. Creating a business card that stands out is very important for when meeting a potential clients, it is a lasting impression of your brand that a client can take away with them.
There are many options to choose from when creating your business card and getting your business card letterpressed is a great way to make it stand out. Take a look at 20 clean and creative letterpress business cards I have chosen.