Curious if the supporting text above and beneath is needed. Would you rather use a thank you card with the additional text or just with the word "Thanks"?
9 months ago
I think it works, makes it more personal in a sense! (and now for a bit of unsolicited feedback) for me, the "cardboard" texture isn't doing the great type and line work justice. I kinda feel like it doesn't fit the overall design.
@Andrew Miller Thanks for taking look. I probably should of noted the textured background is just kinda for placement at the moment. Since I'll be letterpressing these, I want there to be a lot of texture and feel to the print. I want it to feel hand-done. So this, of course, is just a quick photoshop mockup.
Thanks so much for the feedback.
ahh! no problem!! haha pointless feedback ;) lol great work though, loved seeing the process of this design too! thanks for sharing that!
Hey @ampersandrew , I also feel what Andrew said, but noted it's temp.
I would pick this card out of a selection of cards just saying "Thanks". It adds genuinety and personality. Not for everyone, but those people aren't on Dribbble ;-)
So YES to the accompanying text!
Also, Are you doing a series?
Like changing the sub line to e.g. A genuine dose of Thanks - for being you or - for all you are etc?
Hey @Suzie Creamcheese! You know I really hadn't put much thought todays actually changing the supporting text. The thought was to do a series of "Thank You" cards but that centered around doing a few different "Thank You" designs, not just changing the supporting text on this one (see another sketch here: http://instagram.com/p/WlLibDn6BZ/). Originally, I was just going to make a plate for the entire design since it was going to be letterpressed. Thanks for the idea!
Hey that looks cool too! Just go with a series of different thanks and designs all together, keeping it inline with one another somehow. You could totally sell 'em :)
I'd be your first customer for sure!
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