Business Cards.


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I've rebranded myself, redesigned my website and redesigned my stationary. Problem is, I'm not sure which set of business cards to use.

Any input would be cool.



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No. 3, the white type looks nice set against the yellow, but I'm not liking the space between the landline number and the mobile number.

I see what you mean about the branding on both sides but when you hand someone a card they'll only be looking at one side at a time so I don't think it's too much of a problem.
Cheers guys.

With regards to the TM, whilst it's probably not necessary, it's something I've always done. With work for clients I put the TM on there, it's something 90% of them always ask me to do, so now it's just a habit!

It adds something a little interesting to a regular logotype, as well as a little security until the name/brand is officially registered. (which I havn't got round to doing yet)

With the space between the landline and mobile numbers, I wasn't keen on the 2 numbers being on separate lines, it moved that block of text too far up the card for my liking, so want to keep it on the same line. I did use 1 space after the landlane before the mobile but something wasn't right.

Maybe a - in between to separate them? I'll give it a go.
It could just be me being picky but my eye was drawn to the space :icon_smile:

A small adjustment to the letter-spacing could perhaps help reduce the gap?
Being picky is the sign of a good designer ;) I wasn't sure about it which was why I posted them here :D

Have a look at these new ones.


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I agree - number 2 from your second set of four. The extra space in the middle of the details looks a bit strange.

I find myself using the Thanks button in the same way as Facebook's Like button - damn Zuckerberg's social behemoth!
Question is which one works hardest? That's the main objective. Business cards are powerful little things and done right can work wonder for your business..