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From
$33
standard business cards
• The most popular choice: premium as standard
• Printed on a thick 19pt silk paper
• Choose from matte, gloss, or velvet lamination
• Standard business card size (3.5" x 2")
• Finished with square corners only
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$22
economy business cards
• Budget-friendly yet high-quality business cards
• Printed on 14pt silk paper
• Choose from matte, gloss, or velvet lamination
• Standard business card size (3.5" x 2")
• Select rounded or square corners to finish
From
$28
• Perfect for rewarding customers and appointment cards
• Printed on a 14pt uncoated paper 
• Easy to write on with no smudging
• Standard business card size (3.5" x 2")
• Matte finish for smooth feel
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$30
square business cards
• Quirky and eye-catching business cards
• Printed on thick 19pt silk paper
• Choose from matte, gloss, or velvet lamination
• Measures in at 2.52" square
• Select rounded or square corners to finish
From
$30
piano teacher printed mini business card double sided with contact information
• Half the height of a standard business card
• Printed on thick 19pt silk paper
• Choose from matte, gloss, or velvet lamination
• Measures 2.76" x 1.1"
• Eye-catching and easy to carry around

Four Ways To Improve Your Business Card Layout

 

You’ll never get a second chance to make a first impression – so, what’s the secret to optimizing your business card design for the biggest and best impact on a new potential client or customer? When designing your own business card, layout is the key detail that’s often underestimated but it can often be the difference between being forgotten and making a sale. Here are our 4 top tips on how to improve your business card’s layout.


Double Up!

 

With how cheap business card printing is nowadays (not to mention the extremely little space business cards offer in the first place), there’s no excuse for leaving the back blank. You could use the extra space for a clear call to action – ‘call today for a free consultation’, ‘scan code below for 10% discount’ – or a list of features/benefits/unique selling points. If you’re a designer or work in a creative industry, you could even add an illustration to give a taster of your talent and turn your business card into a work of art! We particularly like the idea below of using the back of the business card to note down an appointment reminder – just remember to use an uncoated paper stock for smudge-free writing!

 

Add Interactive Elements

 

One way of incorporating this winning combo into your business card design layout is by adding a QR code. QR codes are uncommon enough to create a sense of intrigue and you can link them to pretty much anything online – your website, an ‘about us’ piece on your blog, your social media channel or even your company’s downloadable app! The following example uses the shape of the square business card to perfectly fit the QR code.

 

Never Underestimate White Space


For a sleek, modern and minimalist design that doesn’t overwhelm, white space is crucial. It’s a little bit like breathing room, but for your eyes, and can improve readability dramatically. Sometimes known as negative space, white space can be any color – as long as its free from content. It not only makes your design more aesthetically pleasing, but it can also be used to focus attention on key details. For this style of business card, just include your personal contact details and logo. We love the simplistic layout of the business card design example below, especially how all the important information is centrally aligned.

 

Make Text Legible


You’re a passionate business owner with a lot to shout about. But if you’ve got a lot of information on your business card, you might be tempted to shrink your text. Use a teeny tiny text at your own risk – ideally, you want your business card to be as readable and clear as possible. We recommend using an easy-to-read and professional font that’s no smaller than 8pt in size. Cursive fonts may look great for small pieces of text, but for your contact details stick to a sans serif font for clarity – like the example below! See our blog for a detailed approach to the psychology of typography.

Most importantly, remember to suit your business card design to you and your business. When you’re handing it over at an event, it’s you who the contact will remember – so have confidence that your new, fantastically designed business cards are reinforcing that great impression you’ve already made just by being you!