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"10 BEST AND 10 WORST BUSINESS CARDS"

  • slider 29 Nov 2012        By: Ginger

Are you looking to upgrade your business card? Do you want something that sets you apart and helps your customer remember you? Check this out!

Around here our founder, Andrew Field, is pretty adamant about avoiding the sin of a boring business card. This card for Alexander Termite and Pest Control does a super job of grabbing attention and communicating the problem that their business can solve for you. It is decidedly, not boring. Brand Designer Pamela Trow-Johnson created these materials for the company. It is always a good idea to solicit the help of a professional for materials that are sure to have a polished look.   

Bold contrast and the vivid green color selection on both the brochure and business card demand your attention and are aesthetically appealing. In fact, this card is memorable. I know that if I was looking through my stack of contact cards, I would remember to look for “that bold green and black one with the bugs.” I bet you would too.

 When designing your business cards, keep in mind that being memorable while effectively communicating who you are or what you do is important. All business cards tend to hold the same basic information, yet some are so well done, they are not easily forgotten. Creative Business Card Ideas

So this week’s “gold star” goes to Alexander Termite and Pest Control for outstanding business cards with complimenting brochure design. We appreciate your business and wish you many years of successful de-bugging!

If you want to take a shot at designing your own amazing business cards or brochures, visit our online interactive design tool! With over 1,200 stock images, a logo builder, and thousands of layout options, we have provided you with the tool to help you get the results you want.

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