The one thing that gets us going creative is logo and business card designs. Who in the design field doesn’t love creating them? The designs can be simple or complicated depending on the client, freelancing pricing and their business.
But no matter what you design it needs to attract attention, but not just for the moment it is handed to a potential client, but so they will show it to others who might bring you business.
Your logo and business card are extremely important to your freelance business since you need to keep attracting more clients, so you need to keep that in mind. Don’t just throw something together for the sake of getting it done. Take your time and do it right.
And do not – under any circumstance – print it on your home printer. Why? Because it will look like it was printed on your home computer and you are supposed to be a professional. How will it look to a potential client if you hand them a flimsy and faded or blurred card?
We at The Creative Table took the time to do some surfing…wheee. No not the wave type. and we found loads of business cards and categorized them in folder to make it easy to research particular ares of design. And yes…700+ different card designs!
We could only post a few and put the rest in a convenient zip file you can download for free. We found a lot of unusual that attracted our attention. Please let us know what you think.
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