As a business owner or solopreneur, you know how important it is to have professional, well-designed business cards. Your business card is the tangible representation of what you do and who you are, that people will take away after they meet you. You want this card to represent your unique value and communicate exactly how you can help them.
We often pay attention to font and colors when building a logo or a brand, but shape is just as important as any other design element. Like color and typeface, different shapes can evoke a wide range of emotions. Choosing the right shapes can help your logo and marketing efforts better resonate with potential customers.
The Internet is full of questionable and sometimes hilarious marketing designs that went viral for all the wrong reasons. Whether due to unfortunately placed words, nonsensical acronyms or bizarre juxtapositions of images, it’s all too easy for your new design to become the meme of the day and to possibly alienate customers.
Classic graphic design trends can serve as a nearly limitless source of inspiration for today’s designers.
Having a well-made business card is essential for any photographer who is looking to build their brand. Decisions such as font style, color, images, etc. should all play a part in the design of your card. If you want to grow your customer base but aren’t sure where to begin with your photography business card, the following tips can help you develop one that your customers will be sure to remember.
The typical business card is white with color printed on it, but that's not how we do things at SILKCARDS. Getting a full-on black business card would be difficult anywhere else, but with our Onyx business cards, you can turn the tables on white. Not only are these cards dark and elegant, but the texture goes a long way too. This showcase highlights the best of our Onyx line.
Marketing is an ever-evolving, ever-changing practice, and making it an effective one starts with making the right choices based on data and ROI. We've found some mind-boggling visual marketing and business card statistics that might change the way you think about some of your print strategies.
The visual impact of a business card may be more important than you think. You've probably been handed many business cards in your encounters with friends, colleagues, and business acquaintances. Do you throw them out, toss them in a drawer, or leave them out where you can remember to research or contact the business? That may depend on several factors, but one major one is the appearance of the card.