Grammarly’s Business Card Business Card Design Example

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The grassy backdrop of this business card is so serene; one look and the reader feels like a weight has been lifted over his back. It’s minimalistic and simple and has a calm allure.

Most experts believe that it’s always better to keep a business card straightforward, honest and fresh, instead of overdoing it. Sophisticated and over-complicated business cards never perform well. The designer has crafted this business card, keeping this information in mind.

It’s better to invest in the right printing method and a high-quality stock of paper because they contribute a lot in the final equation. The images and fonts and geometry have their place but if you’re using a poor quality stock, they aren’t going to mean anything.

The design elements of this card ― the white central logo, the round edges, and white background ― are crisp and clear because the designer has invested in a high-quality printer. It gives a professional feel and look, and doesn’t seem off-color or pixelated.

These little details in a business card will go a long way in making a difference for your business. Make sure you cater to them to ensure your business card comes out a winner.

Austin Terrill

Austin is the founder and CEO of Print Peppermint. He loves art, graphic design, printing, music, recording gear, synthesizers, and ice cream. He lives in Berlin with his wife and two children.

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