Got a business? Option 1: Get clicks. The more clicks, the more customers. But that’s a losing game because someone else will pay more for clicks and it’s a never-ending game. Option 2: Be a great story teller about your mission/products/services and put it on the web. Hope the story gets traction. Option 3: Do both. That works best.
Business card design is probably the most challenging design medium to create in. You have to put essential information in a pleasing format but are tightly constrained by the tiny 3.5″ x 2″. If it’s done right, it’s a wonderful branding tool. The golden rule of good design: remove whatever doesn’t add to the design plays a crucial role in this format. Business card design is a delicate balance of design vs information. Sometimes, design wins out but I think with business cards, information clarity and readability are more important.
TIP: The MOST important trick to remember: PRINT out the design before you send the final document to press so that you can adjust the final font choice and sizes. I like JukeBoxPrint.com but there are many good print shops out there.
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