Front and back mockup of my business card. I am going to be getting them printed by the folks at Print Pinball.
over 1 year ago
Franchise? I may just be nit-picking but the T on "Kurt" seems to be just a tad bit alone from KUR. I like the mock ups otherwise. On a side note, are you from Youngstown?
They will look great! Veery nice!
Thanks guys. @Andrew Merritt Yep, that's Franchise and you're right, that T could use some tightening up. For the website, I'm planning on using Freight Sans for pretty much the whole thing. And yes, I'm from near Youngstown / went to YSU.
Cool man can't wait to see it. We'll catch up about Youngstown soon.
Have you already had them printed? One thought would be to play with the opacity of the text on the back to put emphasis on some text and not have a huge block of bold text. I love the format, layout, and the logo is sweet dude.
@Timothy Whalin No, not printed yet. Thanks for mentioning that because I was worried about the readability of the headline text. Might try some different weights too. In the end, that side is going to be black printed on chipboard.
Been awhile @Kurt Emch. Where you been? :) I want to know if this happened!
@Danielle Evans Oh, it's happening still! Just submitted a tweaked design to printpinball last weekend and will post some updates when they ship. I think I'm finding that personal identity projects are always a WIP. Am I wrong?
@Kurt Emch Truth. I am working on my site and identity perpetually. I like to think this is an unfortunate side-effect of freelancing, though I can't be completely sure. It was otherwise motivated from bad days on the job when working for others.
Best of luck! Pics or they didn't happen!
by Kurt Emch
Finally got around to getting my business cards re-touched and ordered up. I'm pretty satisfied with the result. CMYK on White / Black on Chipboard.
over 1 year ago
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