Keeping your Business Card Updated

over 2 years ago from Pablo Stanley, Design at Blush

  • Nate vNate v, over 2 years ago

    Didn't catch enough traction last time?

    18 points
    • James LaneJames Lane, over 2 years ago

      I thought exactly the same

      3 points
    • Pablo StanleyPablo Stanley, over 2 years ago

      Yeah, sharing again ❤️

      8 points
    • BAKA .kidBAKA .kid, over 2 years ago

      LOL, busted. can't wait to see it again in a week.

      EDIT - I thought it was going to be a discussion about ways to keep your cards up to date with out having to reprint 1000 cards every time.

      When I moved to Japan, I got cards made before moving that didn't have a phone number on them, as I didn't have a phone number. I have since run out of those cards, but now I am thinking of getting smaller run stickers made up (as my work is more in the playful illustration areas of design) and I fucking love stickers.

      2 points
      • Jerry TJerry T, over 2 years ago

        I’d be curious to hear from your experience how that was received.

        I heard that business cards in Japan are considered the extension of one’s being, and are hence treated with the utmost level of respect...

        Did you feel that at all?

        1 point
        • BAKA .kidBAKA .kid, over 2 years ago

          my cards had a bunch of nice stuff on them, and I think they were nice objects to hold. holographic foil on on side, raised lettering on the other, thick uncoated stock ( I love me some uncoated stock). some people on here thought they were ugly, but they weren't my target demo.

          business cards in Japan are next level, and I definitely found that when handing them over in a professional setting.

          the lack of phone number didn't really matter, I had email/insta/and I think line on there at the time, and as I was dealign with mostly younger creatives, the lack of phone number didn't seem to come up at all.

          2 points