As the year is ending, you’ll be running low on business cards. You may even want to change the design or branding of the ones you’ve been using so that you can enter the new year with a new and improved image for your business, to increase your motivation levels and have an even more successful 2018.
Ensuring you have a good business card is the key to attracting new clients – if it looks impressive, chances are they’ll assume your business is the same too, leaving them wanting to know more.
At AB Print we have worked with many businesses over the years to create a variety of impressive business cards. Therefore, we have put together a few tips on how to design your new business card, to utilise the resources you have, and to grow your brand in the new year:
1) Use special finishes – One way you can make your business card stand out is to give it a special finish such as, foil blocking, spot-UV and metallic inks. This will give your card a professional yet quirky look, and help it shine brighter than the rest.
2) Cut into your card – This method of creating cards will add a fun touch as you can indent small designs onto your business cards, making them unique and memorable. This could be key in representing the creativity of your business and show that you like to “think outside the box”.
3) Minimalistic designs – Creating a card that communicates the message of your business, and who you are, clearly and effectively is key. After all, people like to find the information they need as quickly as possible. Keeping the design simple but leaving the recipient wanting to know more is also important as they are only small, meaning space is limited.
AB Print are based in Batley and serve clients throughout Yorkshire and the North of England. We work with companies to ensure their brand message is clear across all their marketing materials including business cards and other printed stationary. For more information about our services or if you’d like to enquire about new business cards for 2018, please do not hesitate to get in touch today on 01924 473481.
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