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Professional Business Card Design Trends For Spring 2017

28 May

Professional Business Card Design Trends For Spring 2017

Spring is often associated with new beginnings and positivity that is often reflected through design. If you are looking to revamp your professional business card and give yourself a fresh start to welcome the new year, why not consider some design trends catered for Spring 2017? Here are some ideas and colour combinations you can try out:

Colour Tones

Pastel shades are not only visually engaging, they can be a breath of fresh air when pitted against darker colours like black or blue. The combination of pastel tones in your professional name card allows prospective clients to take notice and form the impression that you aren’t afraid to take experimental steps towards both professionalism and creativity. Not to mention, softer colours tend to inspire a relaxed and happy mood amongst others.

Colour Blocking292

Colour blocking can also be an interesting technique to experiment with when it comes to designing creative business cards. This technique is often used for daring entrepreneurs and business owners who wish to go for bolder combinations as a focal point. A good recommendation for colour blocking would be to use 2 to 3 colours that are not only consistent with your corporation’s branding, but can also complement the overall effect. For example- Pantone shades Pink Yarrow, Pale Dogwood and Island Paradise work splendidly to paint vividness on creative business cards.

Fonts & Typography

The type of fonts present in your professional business card should also be a design aspect to pay attention to. In recent name card design trends, more corporations have opted to go for less traditional fonts. One good example would be flowing fonts. Flowing fonts recreate dynamic movement, draw attention with visual appeal and present itself in a luxurious elegant manner when paired with name card finishing effects like gold embossing or foil printing.

Function

A good professional name card should not only come with ready information presented for easy convenience, but also endear itself to the receiver by fulfilling use in certain methods. For example: Clients are likelier to be impressed and keep a name card that also doubles up as a bookmark or magnet instead of a standard one. It draws attention, highlights innovation and creativity to all that receive them.

Shapes

Shapes can also serve as as a design aspect that can be revised for creative business cards. Consider highly relevant design trends like making use of simple geometric shapes to draw focus to important parts of your professional business card, structural symmetry, the basic shape of your name card itself and more!

 

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