This purely typographic business card belongs to Jos Buivenga, a typographer, owner of exljbris type foundry and creator of the popular Museo family of typefaces. The minimal design allows the “type” to speak for itself and represents the principle business activity of the company.
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SearchEngineWatch.com is great source of information on online and search engine marketing. An article by Mark Jackson from 2009 makes three points on having a successful Web presence that should be repeated. Most companies worry about getting into the top three positions of Google search results related to their product or service. Most don’t worry [...]
Let me count the ways: black and white business cards are simple, elegant, minimal, beautiful, bold, classic, handsome, etc., etc. Here and here are some galleries of minimal business cards. I can’t argue with the author on one post who says: Why go too crazy when you can keep it simple and elegant with black [...]
This has got to be my favorite business card designs of all time. It’s the work of the talented Spanish designer Sergio del Puerto, who runs the Madrid-based design and art direction studio called Serial Cut. The card’s design demonstrates some important aspects of good communications, corporate identity and marketing design: It’s humorous without being [...]
I noticed this recent blog entry on a website geared toward graphic designers that—in addition to an impressive gallery of images of business card designs that use traditional but more advanced printing techniques—brushes upon some important points. The first is that it is pretty hard to stand out from the crowd these days as a [...]
No one but no one talks about business cards or business card design these and certainly no one talks about business card etiquette on the web. So when we found this blog article entitled Business Card Elegance And Etiquette by Search Marketer Max Kalehoff we took note. In a digital world comprised of social media, [...]