Business Card Design
Nothing is more convenient than being able to hand a new client your own personal business card. Our business card designs will give you the professional appearance to promote your image. Your business card is used, in many situations, as a first impression.
Make sure the card you pass to perspective clients is one that you would be impressed with if handed to you. Use your cards to make new contacts, write down an appointment, or list hours of operation. Place a tag line on your card if the business name does not explicitly state the nature of your business. Use your business card as mini-billboard to market your products and services.
Equally important as the content of the card is what is not placed on the card. Do not over crowd with with text and graphics. Business cards should be clean, neat, and organized so that the message you send is clearly received by the person reading it.
Why you need a business card
- Makes a good first and lasting impression
- Lists your products and services
- Convenient to carry
- Quick reference for future business
- Inexpensive marketing tool
- Business cards
- Loyalty cards
- Teaser cards
- Appointment cards
Professional design and quality stock will out perform your competitors. Business cards printed on cheap stock with rough edges do not make a positive impression. Using cheap clip-art is also a bad idea. Electronic Media Design uses only professional photographs and art work for your designs. Color business cards offer a more attractive and professional look. Full color makes a card stand out and gives a memorable impression. Printing information on the reverse side of the card gives you the extra real estate you need to point out your products and services.
The standard US business card dimensions are 2” x 3.5” and printed on 12 to 15-point stock. This size card fits in business card holders, wallets, and organizers.
Printing your business card in full color gets attention! Full color printing is remarkably inexpensive. Business cards can be printed on a variety of materials by certain vendors such as card stock with UV coating or lamination, plastic, or even stamped metal.