We believe it's important to make a great first impression to continue an excellent relationship, so our mission is to create creative business cards that you are proud of. Our advanced equipment allows us to quickly and efficiently print high-quality and creative access business cards. Social media, e-mail marketing, direct sales. Is that enough? On the surface, it may seem that these options can fully ensure the healthy functioning of the company, but this is not true.
Let the creative business card speak after you!
By giving people a uniquely personalized and creatively designed business card, you establish bonds of trust and stay in touch long after the physical meeting. Based on scientific research, it can be said that humans are a species for which touch and sensations are important. From the first days of life, people learn through touch and its interaction. A creative business card is a relationship built in a tangible way. Today, graphic design works as a game feature to provide creative and unique approaches to each brand, company, and industry. The game allows you to break various stereotypical rules. The secret of creativity does not lie in the abundance and inclusion of all options. The most important thing is to make the brand's characteristics stronger through these effective physical properties of the business card.
Often we can find a business card in the back of our wallet or in the pocket of trousers, and someone may think it's a minor piece of paper leftover from long-met people. But how old is the history of these leaflets and how has it become a worthy name for a creative business card today from a normal handwritten flyer? The first evidence of business cards dates back to Europe in the 17th century when it was necessary to inform the local population about the arrival of aristocrats in the village. Initially, they were trading cards made of cotton fiber materials. Then appeared engravings in gold and creative designs of letter shapes. In the 19th century, the business card was supposed to be for everyone in middle-class circles. Interesting fact: the houses were even equipped with card trays, where guests could leave personal business cards. It had become a label issue. Every lady had to leave her card when she entered someone's house and then, after that given card, was judged and told to others what the first impression was made by this woman.
The label of the business card has diminished over time, but not lost. As today, the world is more digitally organized and cryptocurrency becomes more topical, the creative business card approach becomes the commonplace norm.
There is no hard-coded standard for business card size, but usually a card size of 8.6 x 5.4 cm. There are two characteristics, image and informative, they can be combined in one business card. For example, if the business card of a bank employee is made in the form of a banknote folded in half, a person will instinctively reach for it, thinking that it is money, and the revealed internal information will be especially strongly remembered.
For employees of a construction company, business cards printed on wood are suitable. An employee selling glass products can be offered business cards on transparent plastic, and if you are making business cards for representatives of a car insurance company, it is appropriate to make them on metal so that the first impression inspires confidence and car owners want to ensure their car with this promising company.
In another example, an American firm that installs a time and temperature board put a temperature gauge on the business cards of its employees. One has only to touch them, the degrees change to the current time. Isn't it a functional creative business card?
„FDS cards” is a company incorporated in London with offices around the world. With many years of experience in the European and global market providing our services for different sectors, from SMEs to large corporations. We offer high-quality Creative Business Card printing services from plastic, metal, and wood.
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71-75 Shelton Street, London,
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