Terrible Visiting Card without Lamination (Min. 100 Qty.)


Terrible Visiting Card without Lamination

Terrible Visiting Card without Lamination – 92 mm x 54 mm dimensions.  250 GSM Art Card Paper.

(Mini. order 100 Qty.)


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Terrible Visiting Card without Lamination

A Terrible Visiting card without Lamination is a small, printed, usually credit-card-sized paper card that holds your business details, such as name, contact details and brand logo. Your visiting card without Lamination design is an essential part of your branding and should act as a visual extension of your brand design. In this guide, we’ll run through everything you need to know about visiting card design so you can tell your designer exactly what you want. Visiting cards should above all be personal, so this guide explains what your options are for the card that’s most… you. But before we get into the 8 steps of Visiting card design, let’s talk a little about what you’ll need before you start.

American Psycho has taught us nothing else, it’s the importance of Terrible visiting cards without Lamination.

Teriable Visiting Card One Side
Fig. 1 – Terrible Visiting Card without Lamination


Business Visiting Card

These business multi-tools fulfill many of the professional’s basic needs: advertising, brand recognition, call-to-action, and of course contact information. When designed right, these pocket-sized billboards can leave a lasting impression and create life-long customers from passing strangers.
There’s one other preliminary activity that makes the rest of the visiting card design process run more smoothly. You need to know what you want to communicate. What kind of brand are you, as an individual or business? What do you want your business card to say, not just with words, but with the design?

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This is also a topic worthy of its own discussion, so if you want to dive deeper, here’s a shortlist of questions to ask yourself for determining your personal brand identity. Taking a few minutes of reflection about your personal brand will help with some business card design questions down the line, particularly when it comes to displaying your personality.

How to design a Terrible Visiting card in 8 steps —

Once you have your logo, brand color scheme, and a good idea of what you want your card to say about you, you’re ready to start. Just follow the 8 steps below to determine which business card design would work best for you.

1. Choose your shape

If you’ve already decided on a traditional rectangular business visiting card without Lamination, you can skip ahead to the second step. If, however, you want to learn about all your options, even outside-the-box strategies, keep reading. As printing techniques grow more advanced and affordable, professionals have more room to explore alternative shapes. The printing technique of die-cutting allows you to cut out any shape you want and still print in bulk.

2. Choose your size

Your next decision is the size of the card. This mostly depends on the standard of the country, so that’s a good place to start. Even if you plan to stand out, you have to know what everyone else is doing to go against it.

  • North American Standard: 3.5 × 2 in. (88.9 × 50.8 mm)
  • European Standard: 3.346 × 2.165 in. (85 × 55 mm)
  • Oceania Standard:  3.54 × 2.165 in. (90 × 55 mm)

No matter the size, you always want to consider three factors when designing:

  • Bleed area: the outermost part of the card likely to be removed.
  • Trim line: the target line for cutting cards.
  • Safety line: anything outside this line is subject to cutting mistakes. Don’t let essential elements like text or logos fall outside this line.
Business card design format for bleed area, trim line, and safety line
Bleed area, trim line, and safety line on a standard U.S./Canadian Terrible Visiting card, 3.5 × 2 in. (88.9 × 50.8 mm). Design by kendhie.

While these areas vary depending on the size and printer, a safe bet is to set the trim line at 0.125 in. (3 mm) from the edge. From there, set the safety line at 0.125 in. (3 mm) from the trim line. That’s 0.250 in (6 mm) total from the edge of the bleed area to the inside of the safety area.

3. Add your logo and other graphics

Now we begin plotting the visual elements of your business card design, first and foremost the logo. Your logo should take center stage on your business card, although other flourishes and secondary graphics can sometimes be useful as well.

Additional information

Dimensions 92 × 54 mm
Teriable without Lamination

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