A clean, uncluttered design shows that you care about appearance and immediately sends out a professional vibe. That is what a client is looking for, someone they can rely on, trust and ultimately deliver the project they require. That is what your business card must reflect.
How do you design a business card that portrays who you are, what you do and how you do it? This selection of tutorials will show you some techniques for designing business cards, as well as give you all the information you need to get set up the right way to make the design a success.
This tutorial will guide you through the process of designing a professional jeans style business card. The tutorial features some great techniques, effects and layer styles in which you can use over and over for future projects.
This business card is quite simple but looks clean and attractive. You will learn how to create vibrant background with popular light effects, also you will see how to create attractive button for your business or website name.
In this simple tutorial, we are going to create a dark business card in Photoshop and get it ready for print. Normally you would do some of this with a tool like Adobe InDesign, but it is in fact possible to get by with just our trusty old Photoshop.
In this tutorial, going to design up a print ready dark themed business card. Let we get in to the tutorial.
Learn how you can create a cool old grudge looking print ready business card in photoshop and also learn some techniques which you can use in your future designs.
This graphic design tutorial will show you a way to create a standard two-sided business card design in Adobe Photoshop that you can take to your printer.
In this tutorial we'll take the Rockable Press brand we worked through in Part 1 of this set of tutorials and apply it to create and print business cards with UPrinting.
There are many instances when you will want to simulate or mock up how a design would look printed out and photographed. it might be for a client to help them imagine a concept design.
In this tutorial, we are going to design up a simple business card in Photoshop and get it ready for print with crop marks and bleed. Normally you'd do some of this with a tool like InDesign,
In this tutorial I will teach you how to design an abstract business card using a combination of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
In this Advanced Photoshop tutorial we'll create a nice cardboard effect and play with a neat torn edge effect. it's have been made about your ability to get around inside the Photoshop interface.
First we need to grab a standard business card template. A PSD file will be necessary for this tutorial since I will be using photoshop. Here is the template I will be using.
Let’s look back at my process for creating the final concept of his business card, resulting in the finished printed product.
This tutorial from Chris Spooner will show you how to create a two-sided business card using Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
going to "Create a Stylish looking Business Card in Photoshop". Its an very easy and simple tutorial to understand. This tutorial is something inspired by "Ismaelgnc's Business Cards
This tutorial will walk you through setting up a vertical grungy business card template, front to back and ready to print.
GreatFX provides some basic Photoshop templates for designing your own business cards, and a tutorial for working with them.
Create business card in Photoshop. Step by step easy tutorial.
Should your promotional piece have a gimmick? Here’s an original idea that doesn’t use card stock.
This tutorial that is really simple to follow to create yourself a really colorful and vibrant business Card.
Learn how to design a cool business card that's print ready in Illustrator & Photoshop!
in this tutorial show how simple it really is to create an effective card that will impress potential clients and help them to remember your name. All this with just a small rectangle of paper.
Free tutorial on how to create a professional business card using Photoshop
If you're having difficulty, we'll discuss a little about printing requirements to help you out. Since where already at it, we might as well discuss some design idea you could easily recreate. You can even revise it to fit your own personal taste.
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