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The Standard Colour Schemes of Namecards in Singapore

23 May

The Standard Colour Schemes of Namecards in Singapore

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Colour is one of the most important factors to keep in mind when you are designing a namecard. There are various colour schemes for namecards in Singapore that you can select from to suit every taste and the kind of image that you want to display. 

Monochromatic Scheme

If you want to make your name card appear professional and elegant, a monochromatic colour scheme is a great choice. This scheme restricts you to a single base colour. All the other colours that you will include will simply be a different shade of this colour. Choose a monochromatic scheme if you are involved in a very professional industry that requires you to portray stability and strength. It would be difficult to go wrong with this scheme because it tends to be aesthetically pleasing most of the time. The only drawback is that there is no contrast and this may make your namecard appear somewhat boring. 

Analogous Scheme

In this kind of scheme, you will apply colours that are next to one another on the colour wheel. This scheme can be compared to the monochromatic option but it adds some contrast to your namecard, brightening it up. This is an easy scheme that will always make your cards appear attractive. If you choose to use blue on your namecard, you can complement this colour with some teal or purple. Avoid straying too far from the base colour when you apply this scheme. This is because you may end up with excess contrast and it can make your card seem boring. An analogous scheme can either be subtle or lively depending on how you use it. It can be used in different industries. 

Complementary Scheme

If you want to come up with a striking design for your namecard, you can use a complementary colour scheme. This scheme applies two colours that are opposite one another on the colour wheel. With this scheme, you can combine purple and green or yellow and blue. It works well if you want to create fun, bold namecards. However, you need to be very careful when choosing the colours and ensure that they look good together. The wrong colour combination can put your contacts off. 

Triadic Scheme

This is another great colour scheme option for namecards in Singapore. Triadic schemes allow you to design clutter-free cards that have balanced aesthetics. You also get great aesthetics with this scheme. The triadic colours are evenly spaced on the colour wheel. This scheme allows you to use three colours. 

Colour Choices

When you are choosing schemes, think about the impact the colour will have on recipients. Consider the kind of emotion that you would like to stir in them. Two-colour cards are one of the most popular options in Singapore but you have to come up with the right combination.

If you want no nonsense card that is straightforward, black is a great choice. You can combine the black with light cream or black. This colour will serve the purpose but it does not stand out. To make an impact, you should use a light colour in the foreground and a dark one in the background. Light colours tend to make a card seem less professionals. Use colours to communicate your values to the recipients. 

It is also important to think about the kind of audience that you are targeting when you select a colour. Think about their gender and age. 

Match the colour of your namecards with your industry. For the fashion industry, royal blue, turquoise, pink, silver, and blue-green are a good choice. If you are in the healthcare industry, you should consider using white, dark blue, turquoise, green, and light blue. When you are making a namecard for trade sectors, orange, green, white, royal blue, and medium blue are ideal. The business industry usually prefers a black on white, white, dark green, dark blue and dark red. 

White and grey make great backgrounds because they are neutral. These colours will allows you to use vibrant colours for the text. Careful colour combinations can help you make a significant impact with your business card. 

 

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