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Moo Cards


#5
I had the free sample pack recently - 10 images (with their info on) and all you pay is the postage.
Figured it was best that way rather than have loads printed if it turned out I didn't like the quality.

I had the matt laminated samples which were great! The feel and the print quality is great. I would happily hand them to prospective clients.
 
#7
It is a bit steep, but it seems that any company that prints decent cards has quite steep postage.
Thats why I'm requesting samples to ensure if I'm going to pay significant postage costs, I want to know how my business cards will look and feel first.

IMO the £2 cost of requesting samples is worth the hassle of having a whole load of printed disappointment.
And lets face it, a good business card should bring in enough business to cover the postage ;)
 
#8
I think they look good and I've spoken to a couple of people that have used them and they have been pleased.

I think we are likely to see more very specialised niche printing as time goes by.

Moon Pig have had enormous growth over the last year
 
#10
I took some silly pics of my dog in a santa hat against a christmas wrapping paper back ground and had them made into card by moo. My partner and i then sent them out as xmas cards to family and friends!! The quality was really good and the friends and fam got a personalised card which gave them a chuckle, makes a change from cherubs and the like!! All in all ive had good experiences with 'MOO CARDS'.
 
#11
A client of mine used then for both business cards and the smaller mini cards - quality was really good, but I think for bigger quantities try talking nicely to a digital printer who will give you the same quality and maybe more scope for things like special finishes / die cuts etc.
 
#13
Well if you were gonna to run like 20,000 business cards yeah a litho printer would be best, but for a couple of hundred, a digital printer (especially if you built up a relationship with them) would do the trick!
 
#14
Well if you were gonna to run like 20,000 business cards yeah a litho printer would be best, but for a couple of hundred, a digital printer (especially if you built up a relationship with them) would do the trick!
Unfortunately this statement shows you know nothing about this...
 
#15
Sorry, I don't get quite what you mean.

Building relationships with suppliers is key in this business.

Over the years I have worked in design, and the various suppliers I have used in that time, when I need a 'favour' they are happy to help - it just proves the old saying, "Its not what you know, its who you know!"