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Some Tips for Designing Your Business Cards

It might sound self-evident, yet the first (and most critical!) thing to consider when designing your business card is the data you need to pass on. Like:

  • Your name

  • Job title

  • Logo

Are plainly shown. Ponder which contact subtle elements to incorporate – you have to strike a harmony between sufficiently giving purposes of contact, without influencing your card to look jumbled. From our experience:

  • Your website

  • Email address

  • Phone number

  • Fax number

  • Address

Make it Readable

In the event that you have a great deal of data to show, you might be enticed to contract the span of your content. Be careful – little content can frequently look decipherable onscreen, yet transform into an indecipherable smirch when printed. When in doubt of thumb, don't go smaller than 8pt. additionally, remember about the text style itself, keep it expert and straightforward

Color Choice

Use some colors to match with your brand, like logo, picture or any specific thing you use in your business card.

Colors have to be friendly when they are beside each other also friendly with eyes.

Borders and Bleeds

If you are not a designer, the best way before you start to design your business card, to have a look on the general information and templates in the website to get all points for design and make your job ready for offset printing.

By the way your text has to have fine distance to the borders and the background has to cover all the surface.

Paper Thickness

Consider the thickness of your business card. Thicker cards tend to feel more expensive – making your business seem more professional. A business cards printed on paper thinner than 300gsm look and feel rather thin, which can make them feel tacky and cheap. Try thinking of your card as you would a handshake – nobody likes a limp handshake, so why would they like a limp business card?

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