Published at Wednesday, 27 November 2019. Business Card. By Clair Boisson.
The first thing you need to do is look for a completely new option. If you try to make some changes to an existing design, you will be unable to come up with something unique, thus your business will suffer in the end. Therefore, start designing your card from scratch in order to explore new ideas and test your creativity. Get some help from professional too, as they will update you about the latest trends. Another thing which needs to be done before designing a business card is a complete survey. However, you should look for bad business cards instead of good examples. This way, you will be able to figure out what ideas have been rejected by the general public. There is no harm in looking at some good options too, but that affects your creativity, as you look to copy those ideas rather than looking for new ones.
Round Corners: Round cornered cards are a variation of standard business cards. Once they are printed, a die cut creates round corners to give it a different shape. This can give your business card a softer feel than standard cards and is becoming a popular option for printing. Be prepared to pay a little extra for round corners, but it might be worth it to add a touch of personality to your business cards. Be sure to create your design with round corners in mind so that you do not cut off any of your information.
Fold-Over: Fold-over cards are great for companies that want to include a little more information in their design than a standard 3.5”x2” will allow. Folded cards are 3.5”x4”, giving you twice as much space as a regular size card. Be creative with your fold-over business cards by using the folded style in your design. Include a die cut on the fold to create a custom shape or die cut one side of the fold. Fold over cards are a unique take on standard cards, but will give you enough edge to stand out from the crowd.
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