That is all the info they need =)
over 1 year ago
This is so clean it makes me feel dirty.
Splendiferous! These look nice and simple. And letterpressed too?
Nice work Bill. Let me show you the Elastik ones I was working on sometime....definitely similar =]
Very clean and very cool.
Simplicity is what they need :) Awesome!
Beautiful sir! I love the red.
greaaaaaat!! =) its all
Love it. This is exactly how I made mine and I got some major hate for it. Everybody has a different eye for cards and what should go on them, but I hate clutter. I put my website on one side, and my name on the other.
Where did you print these, the quality looks amazing.
@Brian thank you sir! I knew we might get some haters but whatever. Everything is subjective right.
We got these printed by a new place in town thesodashop.com
The question I bring to the table is this: 6 months from now, someone sifts through their business cards looking for a designer. From what I can see here, they will have to view your website in order to figure out that you're a designer. It is more likely that they will keep looking for a card that says designer on it. Don't get me wrong. I LOVE the card, actually tweeted it, liked it and bucketed it. Just my feedback. =)
@Matthew I can't worry about the random sift after 6 months. The goal with these cards is both filter the lazy and send them to what is our best selling tool besides the initial conversation.
Less is more. Well done!
Bold move. Love it. I was thinking about doing mine with just my name on one side, and a QR code on the other.
Awesome and so so clean! Love it
Thanks! @Daniel @Jeff @Nuruzzaman
You're missing a few things:
— Your bio
— Your twitter handle
— Your social security number
— A witty phrase from a respected theologian/philosopher
— Your avatar
— Random references to baldness and beards
— Anything about bacon or beer
Please change this.
@Rogie I was thinking something might be missing. Thanks for the heads up!
Lovely, simply lovely Bill.
Where did you print them?
@squirl. Thanks! A local place called The Soda Shop
Thanks man, looking forward to seeing more brilliance on your dribbble :)
this is the right way to make the business card... awesome :D
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