The often overlooked business card. It’s amazing what a little thought can do.
Shaun Barnes of Jigsaw Internet approached me to redesign his company logo. He knew he wanted a jigsaw piece shown, and preferably more than one (to symbolise a connection).
Tammy Lenski LLC is a business that deals with conflict resolution in the workplace.
I was approached by the California-based Fidelity Hearing Center to design a mark that stood out.
Bad business card designs are great way to lose that potential client. However, when it comes to being unique, a small, costly print run might be enough to win you top-of-mind positioning. Have a look at these business cards and tell me if they’re good or bad?
Fancy some business card design inspiration? There’s a nice Flickr set from dailypoetics that features (at the time of writing) 584 different designs.
“Look at that subtle off-white colouring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my God, it even has a watermark!”
What makes a business card effective? Is it originality? Legibility? Simplicity?
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Printed on white 330gsm Plike, black on the front and pearl white foil blocking on the back.
Very often the solution is in the problem.