If you are a designer that works with print, you know how important paper quality is to finished product. In today’s world, there are a million and one online digital printers that offer business card printing on the cheap. More often than not, the phrase “You get what you pay for” rings true with these.
About a week ago digital printer MOO introduced a new line of cards called “Luxe“.Printed on 600gsm (32pt), Mohawk Superfine paper with an optional color line sandwiched between the outside substrates of paper, these cards stand out. The cards are triple the thickness of standard business cards, and feature a stunning, tactile quality that you won’t find anywhere else with digital printers on the web. Oh and the cost won’t break the bank. 200 cards will run you about 100 bucks.
Founded in 2004, MOO produces millions of business cards, postcards and minicards monthly, all while maintaining a special place within the design community thanks to their high standards, and innovative processes.
In today’s ever more electronic world, if you want your business card to stand out and be remembered, you better make sure its well designed and unforgettable. Your card is a primary extension of your visual brand identity, and that visual staying power has a direct impact on your business. Below are twenty business cards that are hard to forget.
The point of your business card is to create an impression with a potential client. I know that the literal point is to leave your contact information behind, but in today’s electronic world with people swapping info via phone and laptop, your card better do more than that.
Below are some examples of business cards that go the extra mile, and deliver clever lasting impressions. Somme work better than others, and a few break the one rule I can’t let go of; A business card should be able to slip into a wallet or pocket easily.
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