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!