Business cards are portable, versatile, inexpensive, and resourceful. A well-designed printed card is perfect for networking, including in an informational packet, or attached to products for reordering or contact information. Never underestimate the power of a well thought out business card that is professionally printed using full color commercial printing. Your business card represents you and your company, be sure it is perfect!
Follow the tips below to assist you in designing great cards with ease.
1. Simplicity is Key.
With business cards, you have such a small space that you don’t want to over design. Keep it simple and clear.
2. Use the Back of the Card for Eye-Catching Imagery.
This is where you want to draw in your customers. The back of the card is a great place for a large version of your logo, an eye-catching image, or both!
3. Use the Front of the Card for Important Information.
Company Business Cards
Personal Business Cards
|• Company Name||• Full Name|
|• Phone Number||• Job Title|
|• Email Address||• Phone Number|
|• Website URL||• Email Address|
|• Location||• Website URL|
|• Fax Number|
|• Special Offers|
|• Important Facts|
4. Design Your Correspondence Pieces to be Similar.
5. Use Our Templates to Help With the Layout.
By using our free templates, you will be less likely to have layout issues like including bleeds, safe zones, and trim area. Keep in mind that if you do not specifically request a proof at checkout, we will not provide one. If there are issues with the files that make it unable to print, we will reach out to you and have you make corrections to the file.
6. Take Advantage of Full Color Printing.
Full color printing is less expensive than two color when you order with PrintingCenterUSA and the quality will impress your customers.
The standard business card size is 3.5” x 2” (3.75″ x 2.25″ with bleed) and the best quality at PrintingCenterUSA is 4/4 full color ink on 14pt gloss cover paper. You can also get UV coating on the full color sides to make your card look even more eye-catching.
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