Automotive Business Card Design I-86 Business Cards are getting printed this week. We added a personal touch to each card by featuring the employee's photo on the front of the card. A generic card was also created for the front desk. The cards were design in a branding package for I-86. In the fall,
I've been dying to do a white border business card. I love the crisp, clean look of this design. So many thanks for Loren for letting me be creative. Simple and clean design for the new year. Visit The Jovial Journey blog and follow Loren on his travels.
We love designing these cards for Mary over at AbiliTrax and Fenton Mobility. We have it on good authority that she's been known to drive them across her desk. Folded Business Cards are perfect if you need more square footage on your card to share more information. Plus they stand up on a table for
I suggest going with our linen business cards if you want the capability of writing on your cards. Glossy cards are shiny and bright and cost less but if you're looking to take notes and hand the cards out to clients linen is the way to go. For Marsh, I updated the Weber Knapp cards with a white
Jennifer Olson, of the Brindle Bean wanted new cards. She let us play with the design and typography which we love. The Brindle Bean creates hand painted wooden signs hence the wooden background. To enhance her brand natural business cards were used in production. Tint Press's 14pt Natural
Tint Press designed a new business card for Olean Therapeutic Massage. The client wanted to match an existing gift certificate we created for them. The appointment cards were printed on a 16pt matte card stock so appointment information could be added on the back.
Bruce Gleason (AKA my husband) let me create a new look for his business. First project is a folded business card. We used glossy on the cover and on the inside a matte finish to allow him to add appointments and notes to the card. A combination of dark brown and blue tints.