Additional business card options:
Our extra glossy business cards are printed on top-of-the-line printing presses ensuring that you get the best and the most eco-friendly cards possible.
14 pt Recycled Gloss Cover Stock
Premium quality 55% recycled stock with glossy sheen is coated on both sides.
16 pt Recycled Gloss Double-Thick Cover Stock
Extra thick cover paper featuring glossy finish on both sides perfect for cards that need to stand out.
All our business cards are printed full colour, with eco-friendly, vegetable based inks. Choose between printing on both sides (4/4) or one side only (4/0)
Round Corners - Eliminate sharp edges by rounding the corners. Subtle rounded corners edges on your cards will truly help you be remembered.
Spot UV Varnish - Add spot gloss to highlight or feature areas of your artwork.
You can submit your files in various formats:
Business Card Printing Tips
Business cards say a lot about a group or person. This is why it is wise to invest in the best possible business cards. Designing such marketing tools takes time. It is important to think about the impression a person wants to make and one’s personal taste when selecting the paper, font, ink color, and overall design for business card printing. The following are some things to keep in mind when entering into the design process.
Choose the Paper
The paper that card is printed on is important. After all, business card paper needs to be durable and memorable. Thus, the type of paper should be firm: card stock or high quality options are important. Additionally, one needs to think about the size, shape, and color of the card. People could go for a traditional rectangle shape or could be creative and invest in business card paper that folds out or comes in the shape of a circle or a heart. The type of paper should reflect the mission or focus of the group as well as the intended audience.
Decide on the Font
The font and message on a business card is incredibly important. What information is conveyed during business card printing determines that a person knows about the card holder and also explains how to reach the individual. Everything from one’s website to email and phone number can be included on the front of a card. Sometimes, people even have the back printed with company logos or messages or even coupons. The type of font used for the message as well as its color and placement affect the tone and overall impact of this marketing tool. This is why it is important to play around with business card printing options.
Images and Text
It is important to always think about the balance between images and text. Does one’s company have a logo or image that represents it? Does a person want to include a symbol to represent their career or industry (i.e. a car to represent a mechanic or a pen to indicate a teacher or writer)? A business card isn’t super large in size. Thus, it is important to think about the placement of the image in relation to the text. Business cards should be easy to read and memorable.
Think about the Audience
Professionals need to think about what they are trying to say with a business card and whom they want to target. For example, someone in the stock market world may want a design that is clear, polished and bold whereas someone in the web design business may want something more creative, colorful, and original. The card needs to represent the needs of the individual as well as the industry they work in.
It is wise to experiment when designing business cards. This ensures that a person can see how different options look in order to choose the right one for him or her. These cards are valuable when conducting business or networking at social events or conferences. Having a memorable and professional card speaks volumes and could help create important connections.