Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Business cards that make an impression

In the age of LinkedIn, FaceBook and email, its surprising that people still rely on business cards to make an impression. Because of all these ephemeral means of connecting, a real business cards is still important. The best way to gain new clients and contacts is still with a face-to-face introduction. What better way to make a good impression than a firm handshake and a good looking card? Fubiz collected 70 of the most unique business card designs. If you're looking for inspiration for your next card design, this is a good place to start.

[Note: I still believe that a business card should meet the one constraint that it fit comfortably into a wallet or pocket for both the owner of the cards and whomever they intend to receive it. While I think the clothespin is clever, it stretches the boundary somewhat.]

1 comment:

Bob Atkins said...

I wholeheartedly agree. There's nothing more intimate than giving someone a letterpressed business card.

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