📣 How To Make Good Name Card Printing

How To Make Good Name Card Printing

Choose the size and shape that best suits your needs

Before sitting down to design a Name Card Printing, be sure to know the size and orientation of the Name Card Printing. This will not only affect the size and amount of information you can include, but also convey some information, such as whether you are a regular user or a bold non-compliant person. Horizontal rectangular cards are a format familiar to most people. Vertical cards are less common and can be used to distinguish you from competitors. If you want to stand out is your goal, then you may also need to consider the use of special plastic Name Card Printing or "three-color layer" ultra-thick Name Card Printing with a striking layer between the front and back. Make sure your business is somewhere between underestimated and bold.

Choose the design that suits you

Choose colors and design elements relevant to your business industry to make your Name Card Printing easy to identify and represent the products or services you provide. If you sell luxury goods such as jewelry or evening wear, you can use metal foil details to express. Or, if you are good at stone masonry or carpentry style, you can attach a photo of your work to show your area of expertise. Choosing surface treatment and paper materials can let your customers know whether your company is the most affordable solution or the high-end service you provide. The paper material you choose can also suggest that you are a new and interesting new company or an old company with decades of history.

Be consistent with your website and other promotional material

This way, your customers will more easily remember and recognize you. If you do not have a website or other marketing materials, but your company has a fixed logo or is known for something (such as your logo, building, employee uniform, etc.), please try to integrate it into your Name Card Printing design.

Give your Name Card Printing other uses

Use appointment reminders, membership cards or even a convenient calendar on the back of your card. Think creatively, don’t just use basic calendar templates, but mark important dates for customers based on your business. For a landscaping company, it may be useful to mark the best time of the year in the calendar to trim or fertilize plants-and the beautician may mark the days when its business offers cheaper prices or free samples. If you run a food-related business, write a short recipe on the back of the card; or if you sell art or handmade gifts (such as jewellery), you can use the card as a label.

Make sure your contact information is easy to follow and correct

The way your information is laid out is an important consideration. If you are not sure how to organize your contact information, the classic arrangement of text fields is as follows: company name, first and last name, job title, contact information (email, phone number, social media handle, etc.). Clear contact information, correct spelling, and selection of clear fonts in readable sizes are all things that require triple checking. In addition to your name and job title, please make sure to mention your business, phone number, website, email address and social media processing (if relevant to your marketing activities). Make it easy for your customers to contact you in the most comfortable way.

If in doubt, please consult the designer

If you are recognizing someone with experience will be able to ensure that design elements such as logos appear clearly on the physical card. It is important to ensure that your image has the correct resolution and that your text field is the optimal size for readability.