Four Very Cool Business Card Ideas

Four Very Cool Business Card Ideas for Inspiration

The days of remembering which business card belongs to which face is outwardly dwindling; these days cards are made with colors that pop, pictures that are worth a thousand words, QR Codes and even follow up check lists. Here, for your inspiration are four very cool business cards. Enjoy!

Colors that POP

Not every business can pull off these POP colors, but kHyal, the owner of this card just happens to have hair to match! kHyal of fiZz Agency is a lover of design, graphic art, marketing, communications and social media. Her card leaves a lasting impression because it truly projects her passions. It should also be noted these colors don’t pop nearly as much as they do in real life. Twitter – @kHyal

fiZz Agency (front of business card)
fiZz Agency (back of business card)

Show Face

This business card makes it impossible to forget the face that owns the card. Emily of Mouth of the Border also makes it hard to forget what it is she does, she’s sipping wine, how insanely professional of her (Emily is a food blogger in NYC)! Twitter – @ecava

Emily Cavalier, Mouth of the Border (front of business card)

Half the Size, Plenty of Impact

Gabrielle is as stunning in person as she is on her business card and I will never forget her face, partly because it’s right there on her card, but also because Gabrielle is as approachable as her card may lead you to imagine. The half card is a bit more eco-friendly, professional, fun and worth a double take! Twitter – @GabrielleNYC

Gabrielle Laine – Peters Business Card (front of business card)
Gabrielle Laine – Peters (back of business card)

Follow-Up Just Got Easier!

Jeff Gibbard, President of True Voice Media LLC has a check list on the back of his business card and it is just what I need when recovering from a conference – it’s a friendly reminder to stay in touch. When I told Jeff I loved this idea, he was all for sharing. This made him cool enough to make my list of very cool business cards by (mostly) women. Twitter – @jgibbard

Jeff Gibbard, True Voice Media (back of business card)

There you have it, have fun with these very cool business card ideas for your inspiration. Next time you’re designing your card remember it is what needs to remind others of you! Don’t be afraid to add a photo, cut down on size, research QR Codes, be colorful or even send a follow up reminder.

Have a cool card? Tweet or Email me a photo and get featured in a future post! @Kristen_Durkin Kristen@SheTakesontheWorld.com
*A special thank you goes to the owners of these cards for allowing me to feature their awesome designs and ideas. I met these fabulous folks at the #140Conf in NYC. I owe my thanks to many others – formal thanks to follow.

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9 thoughts on “Four Very Cool Business Card Ideas

    1. Thanks for reading Freda! These ideas really leave lasting impressions. Sometimes cards begin to blur together if you don’t have great notes scribbled on the back. These really broke the mold. Be sure to send us a photo if you’re trying something outside the box! -Kristen

  1. Great article.Your business  cards ideas are really very impressive & Inspirational.I think your business card is all about how  you represent yourself.Thanks for sharing this ideas with us.Its really great.Keep it up.

  2. Great article.Your business  cards ideas are really very impressive & Inspirational.I think your business card is all about how  you represent yourself.Thanks for sharing this ideas with us.Its really great.Keep it up.

  3. Its  very informative article the business card is very important for the online business.This article described the full information about the business card.Its very helpful information.Great job is doing here.Keep sharing with us.

  4.  

    Business cards are the essential part of our business. It
    typically includes includes the giver’s name, company affiliation and contact .It
    can also include telex, bank account and tax code. Thanks for this informative post.
    Keep it up.

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