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5 Best Received Name Card Template Design Fonts Of 2017

30 May

5 Best Received Name Card Template Design Fonts Of 2017

The fonts you use for your name card template design injects a great deal of creativity, personality and visually appealing factors into the overall design. Using the right font combination with your corporate name card can actually earn you more networking opportunities and effectively get your corporation services noticed. If you are looking for new name card template design fonts to try out for 2017, here are 5 recommendations:

  1. King Basil

Created by Missy Meyer, the King Basil font is a brush type font that works with mainly connecting letters in beautiful natural swishes and loops. If you are looking for an aesthetically pleasing font to place as the centerstage of your corporate name card, against a backdrop of simple colours, then the King Basil font is definitely worth trying out!

  1. Setta Script25

For designers who adore modern calligraphy, the Setta Script font designed by freelance graphic designer Ian Mikraz is a definite must try. Simplistic and beautiful, this font is perfect for users who wish to add a touch of elegance to their own name card template. This font is suitable and adaptable, easily complementing a variety of colours while still standing out.

  1. Inkferno

Created by designer Muhammad Tio, the Inkferno type font is a unique typeface that mixes individuality with classic elegance. Clean, sophisticated and highly individualistic, this font can be used to create a sense of confidence and zeal in your name card template design. If you are looking for something different and exciting, this is the font to look for!

  1. Zero

Corporations who offer technological or IT related services would definitely be fascination by the Zero typeface. Created by designer and developer Sergio Vento, the Zero font creates a sense of digital intrigue and complements cool colour tones. With it’s unique patterns and structure, this font is definitely one that makes others sit up and pay attention. Imagine using it on your corporate name card- what other combinations can you use to display it to it’s full effect?

  1. Friedrichshain

Inspired by the buildings in East Berlin, designer Tomas Clarkson conceptualised and designed the Friedrichshain font type. This font essentially works in a condensed typeface with individualistic edges and angles that work well to retain style and personality while remaining highly professional for corporate name card templates. If you prefer minimalism and sharp crisp lettering, this is the right font type to choose!

 

 

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