We could also think about it. Designing a business card may be a lot of fun, but it’s also a terrific way to think about who you are and what services you provide to others. Knowing what your brand is can help you develop a business card that precisely expresses what it stands for: you.
In order to provide someone a nice, thorough impression of who they’re meeting, there are a few things to keep in mind while you create your business card.
Get yourself in shape.
This is normally where I show you a picture of all the numerous possibilities you have when it comes to choosing a form for your business card. It would take an eternity for that image to load on your screen.
When it comes to the shape of your business card, the possibilities are unlimited, ranging from a plain, sharp-cornered rectangle to a business card with a hole in the middle.
The standard is rectangular business cards, and there’s nothing wrong with it. In the next section, we’ll go through how to size them.
The appearance and function of round-cornered are distinct. Yes, they’re also business cards. However, because their corners don’t fold over as easily as square-cornered business cards, they hold up a little better. The rounded shape also gives the card a friendlier appearance, as it removes the card’s sharp edges.
Size that is appropriate
A business card should be small enough to slip into your pocket. Nothing fits in that little front pocket on a pair of women’s jeans. It should, however, be small enough to fit in your palm.
Professional designers can get a little crazy with their shapes and sizes (as seen above), but if you’re not sure where to start, at the very least learn some of the typical sizes.