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Business Card Design: Which One Do I Print?

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A client recently asked that we design a simple business card for her. The only information to feature was her name, phone, fax and email. Business cards should be a conversation starter – something to be kept and acted upon. Our client is a lobbyist – a female lobbyist – and we wanted to embrace her femininity without being too girly. The color palette we chose is cheery and bright. The hard part? Picking just one. And why should we? In the end we printed a yellow and blue version. We’ll see what the reaction is when she starts handing them out. Can’t wait to hear what you think!

 

Stewart Bus Cards Yellow

 

Stewart Bus Card Blue

 

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International marketing communications strategist with extensive experience in corporate communications, direct marketing, branding, event-based marketing, cause-related marketing, non-profit marketing and advertising campaigns. Specialties Focus on brand development and management; strategic development and creative communication development.

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