Hey, I'm about to design my personal business card and I'd like some inspiration. Can you show me yours?
You, sir, win.
Well now... that's aces.
Damn! You nailed it.
I am specialized in slide design, so for my business cards, I chose to offer actual slides.
Here is mine... http://cl.ly/VlXh
I recently got some simple ones:
It looks awesome!
Pretty cool. Did you order a custom stamp?
Yeah, it's from rubberstamps.net.
Havent had a business card in a long time. but here is mine (pointing also to an outdated website!)
also another card i designed i think about several years ago.
I had these made a few years ago at a place called Shinebox Print that specialized in these little booklets. They work great, and always get a little "hey I like your cards" when you do the little ceremony of tearing one out for someone.
Shinebox Print sadly went out of business. I wonder what I'm gonna have to do when I run out of these. :(
Shit. Woulda loved that.
There has to be another place that makes these. If there is no place I would think it wouldn't be a stretch to make one. Just need the the right die. Maybe a place that makes flip book can create this. Thanks for the inspiration.
We did personalized cards for each of us at the studio https://dribbble.com/shots/1154028-Our-new-business-cards/attachments/149331
i like to cut the bullshit and keep it real. http://cl.ly/image/393Q1W2i2q3W/o
I wasn't going to get some printed , but I was making some cards for a generous client and he offered to print me some!
I like to keep it simple. Printed on 700gr black uncoated paper with pantone silver ink.
Those are beautiful, where did you have them printed?
My first attempt at business cards: rounded corners on matte paper, printed at Moo.
Might get flamed for this but I never understand why people spend loads of money on professional business cards only to have an @gmail address, looks so unprofessional.
Although I don't think Gmail addresses are that unprofessional, I do agree with the sentiment of your post, which is: if you're going to spend a lot of money on business cards, make sure everything else also has the same level of detail.
Not mine, but these three are quite cool too:
I'm getting lost in the details on these. Graphically-overwhelming.
The info on the card is a bit dated, but here is my last iteration: https://dribbble.com/shots/926139-cards
these are my cards.
Doooood, I love cassette tapes.
Printed on Moo Luxe:
broken image, sorry man,
but how do you like your moo cards? last ones i saw, the type looked fuzzy up close :/
I haven't needed a business card for about 4 years.
The QR code will create a contact card on your phone with all that info prepopulated. Uses vCard format.
(Please excuse the bad photo quality)
Let's see Paul Allen's card......
The concept for mine, which I haven't made yet, came from an idea I saw on Gizmodo a while ago then implemented on my site. The idea is to take all of my contact info and combine it into one string.
- Phone number is 0-12:
760.JOE.BLAU(Google Voice Number)
- Name is 5-12:
- Website is 14-end:
- Email is 8-end:
- And then all of my social media handles are 13-20:
Here is the visualization, I'm still trying to find the right design to put it on a business card without confusing people. On the web, I use on hovers to highlight the specific elements: http://joeblau.com/
Personally - i would've though that whole thing was your email address. and wouldn't have figured out if that was your phone number :/
Yeah, that's why I never actually turned it into a card. Here is the original.
You are making me think way too hard to read who I might want to contact.
- Phone number is 0-12:
Our company cards: http://instagram.com/p/kh4c0kFHR5/
You got the same link on both.
Oh, thanks! Fixed
I hate them. I used 2 from 1000 I have.
I go through a lot of designs, but this is my current card.