Now that your business card is done, how will you display it in your portfolio? A mockup is a go-to choice for many designers on a tight schedule.
Tropical and botanical patterns are a big trend in brand design right now. Channel the nature-inspired look with this letterhead and business card set—perfect for making great first impressions with new clients.
Have no time? No problem! These ready-to-edit templates are professional and convenient… and great value to boot.
Whether clipped to the top of your resume or handed out at a networking event, the humble business card is an absolutely essential tool for reaching out to potential new clients. Compared to an email, a printed card is visible for longer, acting as a visual cue to the client to get in touch. With this in mind, the design of this tiny piece of paper needs to be spot-on—attention-grabbing, stylish, and instantly clear about what services you offer.
A business card is arguably the most powerful networking tool you can have in your pocket. It’s the very first impression of you and the business you’re representing.Although we’rein this digital age where social media dominates, a physical business card is still highly relevant as it forms a real humanconnection between you and your peers, where social media isunfortunately lacking.
Have you had the feeling recently that almost everything around you has turned pink? You wouldn’t be imagining things—‘Millennial Pink’ describes the pretty, sugary hue that designers and marketers are embracing wholeheartedly across fashion, technology, and graphic design at the moment.
If you’re planning to put together a magazine, book, or brochure, Adobe InDesign is without a doubt going to be your tool of choice. This software is perfectly tuned for creating complex layouts for print and digital, but sometimes you need a bit of a helping hand.