Making a business card is fun and interesting as it allows you to use your creativity while designing your company's business card. First and foremost, think of what message you want People to receive when they look at your business card. Having decided your intentions, start designing your card with your own Personal information first. This should include your name or your credentials. Always keep in mind that the ability to read words and contact information is way more important than the Nature of your image or card's Graphic Design.
Once you have chosen how you want your text to look, think of other graphics you might want on the card. Too many things going on in one card can make it crowded causing it to be less effective and appealing to people. Look for a maximum of two graphics that can coordinate in color and yet complement each other. Other thoughts with the business cards are choosing the color of the card. Too much color can be distracting and turn off interested people. And how those colors on the card are placed is also an important question. However, you choose to do your business cards, keep in mind your audience and main focus of the card.
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There are other essential and useful elements that factor into a good business card. So before you start making a business card you should consider this information:
- Name of Business or Organization. A business card almost always has a business or organization name on it. The business or organization name is usually the most prominent text element of a business card.
- Name of Individual. The name of the individual or name of the business or organization that a business card is going to represent is usually the second most prominent text element of a business card.
- Address. A physical address or a mailing address or both combined are typical Parts of a business card.
- Phone Number(s) Multiple numbers are typically listed in order of voice, fax, cell but you can omit any numbers that are not the preferred method of phone contact. Do mention the area or country code too as it helps others to easily reach you with less of botheration.
- Email Address. Including an email address is an important element for many Web-based businesses.
- Website Address. Web addresses can be listed with or without the http:// preceding the URL. As with email addresses, it is an essential element for Web-based businesses.
- Job Title of Individual. Not a required element or compulsory element in a business card. However, the recipient of the card usually appreciates knowing the status of who they're talking with when associated with any business.
- Description of Business/Tagline. A brief description of the nature of business can be useful when the business name is somewhat ambiguous or doesn't clearly convey what the business does.
- Logo. Using a logo on your business cards helps to establish a company's identity.
- Graphic Image(s). Small companies without a logo may choose to use images or illustrations that help reinforce what the company does.