Everything we do in business today is digital -- sending mail, signing contracts, attending meetings, even networking. The business card is one thing that digital will not fully replace anytime soon.
Your business card template is designed with a professional layout. An experienced designer has taken this tiny 2 inch by 3.5 inch printable canvas and transformed it into a lead magnet. Every contact detail will be on it is own line, in some cases with icons next to them, or inside boxes. All the design elements will be setup on a grid. This allows someone looking at your business card to see the design as well-organized and find important information quickly. Below are some example of a business card grid.
Turn your brand values into a business card design. Do this by thinking about the customer you’re trying to impress, and deciding what would tell the story of your business for that customer. Your images (if you use any), colors and textures should all be consistent with your existing marketing materials, and all of those should be right in line with the brand values that distinguish your business from everyone else.
There are a lots of ways to make a visual statement with your business card. Whether it is adding a dash of playful creativity or introducing photos in an unexpected style. Making great use of icons, adding your logo and embellishments, or giving a visual nod to your expertise, are excellent ways to punch up your business card. Your design should make a visual statement that gives the innovative feel of your business to every prospect you hand your card to.
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