Company business cards or personal business cards are a so-called face which can express the personality of a person.
Every single business card should be a means of expressing impact with a method.
There are also ways to make it comfortably, but it is also possible to give a strong impression to the opponent or to express mind with this one piece by design etc.
I believe it is good if it can work like a bridge between customers.
Business Card Order Form
* Note: For those ordering business card design work,
the order form below requires a telephone number.
This number does not have to be used on the actual business card though.
Get professionally printed cards easier
We recommend the best type of printing for your card design,
and can explain the differences between each type of printing process.
Including the pros and cons involved.
The 3 main types of printing
Below are a few samples for reference,
and a short explanation about the 3 types of printing we usually use.
On Demand Printing is used for most jobs, as it is high quality but cheaper than offset or laser printing.
With this printing process, you might not be able to get solid blocks of color (100% fills) but most people won’t notice the tiny dots as they are usually only about 0.05mm to 0.08mm in size. Below are a few pictures showing red text (22pt with a weight of 684) made with 100% magenta and 100% yellow. The line thickness of this font is about 1.3mm.
The gray line is 65% black and 0.75 pixels (0.265mm) wide.
The dots that make up line in on demand printing are usually straight and you can get nice gradients or shades of gray.
Offset Printing is great for designs with photos, especially faces. The dots that make up the image are close but usually on a slight angle.
The dots that make up lines are slightly diagonal so it is a little harder to get super clean gray lines.
Laser Printing is great for printing out cards when you are in a rush or if you need something straight away. Toner is slightly expensive so this is best for simple text based designs, not full color cards.
Most cards are made using 220 g/m2 (0.27mm) white matt coat card stock.
But thinner cards can also be made (180 g/m2), if you want to squeeze more into a card case.