How to Design a Flyer

How to Design a FlyerLearning how to design a flyer is a fun and fast activity.  There are a wide variety of materials that will suit a flyer design including printable design paper, printable letterhead and neon paper.  Geographics.com offers a wide selection of printable stationery and paper to work with flyers for all occasions.

There are a variety of methods you can use to design a flyer.  It may be helpful to first create a layout or template on standard 8.5”x11” printer paper.  It is most important to make a list of the information that your viewers need to know—this may include dates, times, and addresses for your event, etc.  You’ll want to present this information in a brief but bold style, such as by using bullet points.  Consider adding some extra details about your event or embellishments like clip art to make your flyer unique and eye-catching.  There are really no limits when designing a flyer, but make sure that your most important information is clearly displayed on the page and visible from a distance.

Once you have an idea of what you want to include in your flyer, the next step is choosing a method to help you make it.  If you just want to make a standard 8.5”x11” size flyer with text, you can use a word processing program to write your text and print out your flyers in minutes.  Geographics.com  also features free downloadable templates with a pre-made layout and suggested wording—they are an excellent resource for making holiday and themed designs.  If you prefer a hands-on design experience, Geographics.com’s free design program, Click n’ Print, offers a variety of fonts, colors, layouts, suggested wording, clip art and creative design tools to help you make a reusable flyer template.

Geographics offers some great materials and tools for making flyers.  Visit Geographics.com to find a wide variety of printable stationery items for all occasions.

How to Design a Business Card

How to Design a Business Card with Click n' Print
Designing business cards is easy with Click n’ Print

If you’re ever wondered about how to design a business card on your own, you’ll be glad to know that there are lots of free templates and fun, easy design programs out there to help you get started.  Don’t be afraid to experiment with new technology.  The latest software makes designing your business cards an enjoyable and painless process.  Instead of ordering business cards, you can save a lot of money and time in the long run by making them yourself.  Geographics.com offers printable business cards in a wide selection of styles.

The first step to designing a business card is finding a set of printable business cards that works for you and your company.  Since printable business cards come in a variety of pre-printed designs and styles, you may find a set that has already done the design work for you!  However, blank printable business cards are also available in many colors if you prefer to have free reign over your business card design.  At Geographics.com, you can find embossed business cards, foil business cards, design business cards and a versatile selection of blank business cards.  Also check out the Business Suites category to find collections of business stationery that include business cards, letterhead, tri-fold brochures and more!

There are hundreds of software choices out there that will show you how to design a business card, but if you do your research you can find free programs online that can guide you just as well.  Click n’ Print, a design program offered by Geographics.com, is a great example.  Using Click n’ Print, you can create your own customized business card template using ready-made layouts which will help you edit and print with ease.  A business cards layout in Click n’ Print is based off of an 8.5” x 11” sheet of Geographics business cards that includes 10 business cards total.  You’ll be given a text box for each business card which you can edit however you like.  Once you are satisfied with the text for one business card, you can use the handy “Synchronize All” feature to copy your customized business card text to the rest of the business cards on your sheet.  From there, you can edit your font and colors, add decorative shapes and clip art, insert your company logo and much more.  With Click n’ Print, you can make your design ideas a reality!

Learning how to design a business card may seem like a complicated activity, but with the proper resources and a bit of practice you’ll be a pro in no time.  Visit Geographics.com for a great selection of printable business cards and printable business stationery!

Free Business Cards with Free Shipping Help You Stay Professional at Low Cost

Blank Business CardsWhether you’re just starting your business or you’ve been managing your business for a while, promoting your company can be difficult on a budget—did you know that you can nab some free business cards with free shipping online to make your life easier?  At Geographics.com, we offer a free gift of 250 blank business cards on orders over $75—since your order will be over $50, you’ll also qualify for free shipping!  If you’ve run out of office supplies, why not seize the opportunity to get some free business cards with free shipping while you’re doing your supply shopping?

Taking advantage of free business cards (and free shipping) offers will save you valuable time and money when it comes to designing and printing your business cards.  Printable business cards come in an assortment of styles and designs that you can easily print on using a template or a design program.  All Geographics.com business cards are premium 65lb weight and come in 8.5”x11” perforated sheets, ten business cards per sheet—choose from embossed business cards, foil business cards, design business cards or blank business cards in a variety of colors to find a look that fits your company.  Whether your style is bold or simple, you can create unique and professional-looking business cards in minutes with the right tools.

To use your free business cards to the fullest, you’ll want them to make an intriguing but professional impression on your business contacts.  You could hire a designer to create your business card’s aesthetic look, but consider taking a crack at it yourself first—no one knows your business best but you!  Geographics.com features a variety of free business card templates that you can use to design and print your business card from Microsoft Word.  Also try Click n’ Print, Geographics.com’s free design program, to access all of our templates in one place, plus free clip art, wording, and creative design tools .  It also features a “Synchronize All” option so you can quickly apply a business card design to all of the business cards in your sheet without having to copy and paste.  Finally, you can always save your business card templates and edit or re-use them again in the future, free of charge.

With some free business cards and a template or design program, you can easily create attractive business cards from your own printer.  Discover the convenience of making your own business stationery with Geographics.com today!