Business Card Design

Business cards might be small, but don’t underestimate how large an impact a smart, professional business card design can have in establishing credibility and continuing or establishing a fruitful conversation.

What is business card design?

The days of the Rolodex are not over, though many have taken to computerizing their physical cards. Whether your card will be organized alphabetically on the desk of your prospect or transferred to a computer or smart phone, it’s important that your card have a snazzy design (it has to make it all the way back to the prospect’s office).

Your business card is often your first impression with your customers, and “you only get one first impression” after all. Good business card design exemplifies your professionalism and the quality of services and products your company has to offer. Furthermore, it’s important that your business card remain consistent with your brand—colors, messaging, and logo, for example. Whether you’re handing them out yourself or dropping them in local businesses, it’s important that your design properly reflect your business.

Business card design services:

  • Interactive design – QR codes, though questionable for some channels, are a great way to pique the interest of your prospects—helping you make sure your card doesn’t end up in the washing machine.
  • Future card development – Hopefully, your new business card will help you grow your business and hire new team members. As your business grows, I’d be happy to assist providing personalized business cards to your recent hires.[/creativ_col][/creativ_columns]
  • Professional business card design – Especially at events where your potential customers will go home with dozens of different business cards, it’s important that yours stands out. That’s where I come in. I’ll provide well-branded and clean business card design services.
  • Impossibly quick turnaround – Have an event next week? That’s works for me. With a fast printer, I’ll make sure to meet any deadline.

Tips for effective business card design

  • Adding an interactive element like a QR code to your business card design is a great way to pique a prospect’s curiosity.
  • The most important part of a business card is the contact information. Thus, it’s important that this information isn’t overwhelmed by busy graphics or textures. Simple is best.
  • Choose a sturdy, embossed card stock for printing your card. Pairing a snazzy design with high quality paper will help ensure your goals are met.

Let’s get to work!

It would be my pleasure to help you bring the design of your business cards up to snuff with the professionalism of your business.

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Evan was incredibly easy to communicate and work with. I am very much a beginner at this and he worked with me to develop a logo that represented exactly how I wanted to portray my company (and had creative ideas that I never would have had). I have already recommended his services to multiple potential clients.

Will Ritmiller, Founder

Culpeper Baptist Church

[Evan] is extremely easy to get in touch with and knew exactly what we wanted. His costumer service game is on point… Our church has not really used graphics before, but now our website, bulletins, and signs in and around our building look fresh and up to date. Thanks for being our go-to guy for great graphics, Evan!

Samantha JonesYouth and Children’s Ministry Intern

Qvt Financial LP

Evan is a creative graphic designer who seems to have a knack for understanding exactly what his customer is looking for in a particular project. Evan designed a corporate team t-shirt for me which involved creating avatars for more than a dozen people. The end product was perfect and turned out much better than I expected. I absolutely plan to reach out to Evan for any future design project needs.

Nikki Jebson

Bag Om Buret

Evan’s work is something that I can highly recommend. Sent the first draft in a matter of days and delivered beyond expectations. Very skills. Such impressed. Wow.

Christian Vinge Frederiksen

Roberta Falkner

Evan created an avatar for me, and I couldn’t be more pleased. He was able to take my likeness from an old, faded driver’s license and create an avatar that actually looks like me. Evan’s a gifted artist and a fantastic graphic designer, and I’m delighted our paths have crossed. Thank you, Evan!

Roberta Falkner

Adventure Mom

Evan is a Jedi-mind reader:  A skill that’s a must-have when choosing a designer. Often times, what’s written in an email to a designer doesn’t translate to a finished design. Evan was able to visually communicate what we were trying to accomplish and each project turned out BETTER than expected.

Kathy Dalton, Founder

Snowball Copy

Evan is a communication triple threat: design, digital and social. Not only did he design a dynamic logo for my business that completely mirrored my vision, but he artfully and efficiently created my website, ensuring it was SEO-optimized and easy to use. He did all of this while advising me on my social media implications and opportunities. I can’t recommend Evan highly enough.

Toni Schaetz, Founder

Exloc Instruments, Inc.

Evan migrated our previous WordPress (WP) site across to a new, modern, mobile friendly Wordpress site. We were surprised at how quickly Evan had us up and running on the newly-designed site, and we are now receiving a lot of positive feedback from our customers. Thank you Evan!

Ed Beardshaw, VP Sales & Marketing

Earthbound Geospatial

Evan is an effective communicator who successfully manages end-user needs requirements in order to deliver the desired results. He responds with very quick turn around times and has always made himself available at a moment’s notice to troubleshoot. I’d recommend Evan to anyone. Great job!

Kate Lyndegaard, Founder


I seek to empower small businesses and start-ups with the services and skills needed to build and promote a successful online presence.

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