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Business Card Crit

Discussion in 'Graphic Design & Logo Design Critique:' started by d_pipa, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. d_pipa

    d_pipa New Member

    Looking for some feedbacks on my business card artworks before I get them printed.


    Front: The background will be 100% black. But which black would be the best? (C=? Y=? M=? K=?)
    Logo will be the spot UV.

    Back: I am not sure if I should add Deaf symbol below in the corner? It is to clear up some confusion why I don't take calls.

    An example of Deaf symbol:

  2. aibrean

    aibrean Member

    0/0/0/100 is the best because it's less ink coverage. Doutbful people are going to know you are deaf by a symbol. It would be better to not even include a phone number.

    You might want to update post #1 on WP. You don't want potential clients driven away by

  3. Chris Lord

    Chris Lord Senior Member

    Although not entirely design - the name seems a bit random, almost like when you can't get the hotmail address you want so you stick some numbers on?!

    For me your logo reads 'ill 247'. I also think the typography could do with working into a bit more too.

    I would leave off your phone number all together - I'm glad I read the second part of your post before I responded! I would add some cyan into your black to make it a bit stronger. Something like C-30 M-0 Y-0 K100 - I wouldn't worry about ink coverage...
  4. d_pipa

    d_pipa New Member

    Doesn't make sense to me?

    And for the website, it is being under construction. I am not going to start my design work until everything is done. Thanks for the black details.

    May take off the symbol, I think it spoils the artwork.

    Anything else?

  5. aibrean

    aibrean Member

    People can still find it though. Having a live unfinished site is a big no-no.
  6. d_pipa

    d_pipa New Member

    Thanks, will take your advice and sort out my website ASAP.
  7. LovesPrint

    LovesPrint Member

    I would ask your printer what your black mix should be really, they will know best what mix will produce the best results on their equipment.

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