The viewpoint of the company, its forte, specialization, and classification are conveyed to the citizens through name cards. If the appearance of a name card is enticing enough, it will ultimately turn out to be a significant key point in the company's subsequent growth.  

Today, I'm going to show you 5 different styles of printing methods for name cards, along with samples, so you can get a full understanding of how name cards can be made and look so classy.  

1. Examples of Varnish / Spot UV Printed Name cards  

This printing technique is very common these days; people like to have a shiny effect on their name cards so that they do not seem as ordinary as a rough old card. Varnish is a matte coating on the card that increases the card's longevity while still protecting it with a reflective coat on top.

This printing method improves the appearance of the name card. Spot UV makes only specific parts/zones of the name cards look richer and glossier.  

2. Letterpress Name card Designs with Embossing and Debossing  

Embossing is a procedure in which heat is usually forced into the card; no foil or ink is used in this method. It is a technique for making the name card a thick texture.

On the other hand, the method of Debossing is the inverse of that of Embossing; it has the same result but the paper is directly squeezed rather than bulging out. It generates visual effects in 3D. These embossing and debossing effects can be seen on logos as well as letters.  

3. Designs for Foil Printing Name Cards  

Foil printing is another type of printing that gives the name card a very fine and nice shiny texture. To make the namecard look impressive and sleek, a colored foil is pressed onto the card paper with a heated die.

This printing process is usually used to improve logos and typography.