3 Name Card Designing Tips to Make it Appealing

Regardless of how much technology has progressed in recent decades, as an entrepreneur or businessman, you must consider the value of a name card and not ignore it just yet. It is undeniable that you can share contact details with your smartphone through the internet. However, you can't totally ignore the importance of name card printing. After all, it still has a lot of benefits in the business world as a professional.  Now all you have to do is get ready to create a fantastic name card using these guidelines and have it printed right away.

1. Emphasize the Strong Points
Your name card should be able to tell people how good your business or organization is, in addition to offering contact information. It's a tool that represents you and your business, so it needs to be able to accurately communicate your advantages. Of course, packing words into a little name card isn't going to make it. Instead, you can do so with the design and, at the top, a small amount of the business slogan. What is the right way to do so? If you work in a diverse business with a laid-back atmosphere, for example, you can represent this in the design of your name card by using bright colours. Be sure to add the company's slogan, colour scheme, and typography into the layout.

2. Size and Shape
The shape and size of your name card may also relay more detail about your business. People are printing more and more unique shaped name cards to reflect their companies these days.  Die-cutting helps you to cut out your name card into amazing shapes and produce special designs. In a subtle and fascinating way, this may show the company's characteristics and more. Aside from that, there are other alternatives that you can discuss with your printing shop.

3. Use CMYK Colour Scheme
Many people are unaware of the significance of creating and printing a name card in CMYK colours. The explanation for this is that RGB colours are the default in design applications. Since these two colour processing methods use different primary colours to generate more colours in the palette, the result can vary slightly if you design in RGB and print in CMYK. Before you start making your own name card, make sure to update the colour settings to CMYK from RGB to ensure correct colour reproduction. But don't panic if you forget to do it right away. You can convert the colours to CMYK at any time during the process or at the end.

If you are a complete beginner in design and do not know how or where to start, don't worry. Kiasu Print can help you with the making of your name cards. Contact us to make your order, and we will assist you with it.