At DigitalPrinting.co.uk, we receive questions relating to the topic of business cards on an almost-daily basis. From business card stock weight to lamination options – there’s nothing that we haven’t heard before. Therefore, in this post, we have provided answers to a list of the most popular business card FAQs, helping you learn more about the be-all and end-all of marketing material.
What Is A Business Card?
It may seem like an obvious question, but you’d be surprised at how often we hear it! In essence, a business card is a small piece of marketing material that includes a business’s key information, such as a logo, contact details, web address and so on. Their manageable size enables business owners to distribute them with ease through the likes of direct mail campaigns, trade shows, exhibitions and corporate meetings.
How To Design A Business Card
Business card design is totally dependent on your specific requirements; however, there are a few guidelines which everyone should adhere to:
- Business cards should have a brand-centric design that is consistent with all other business channels
- Selected fonts and typefaces should be clear and easy-to-read
- Contact details must be clearly displayed
- A business logo should be included
What Is Business Card Stock Weight?
Stock weight refers to the thickness of the business card. As a general rule, the higher the stock, the better the business card. At DigitalPrinting.co.uk, we offer a selection of luxury business cards with stocks weights from 540gsm to a staggering 1190gsm – they’re sure to enhance your business reputation!
Can I Customise My Business Cards?
Of course! We let you choose from a wide range of sizes, including 85mm x 55mm, 90mm x 50mm, 90mm x 55mm or 170mm x 55mm folded cards. Cards can be printed portrait or landscape; single-sided or double-sided. We have a selection of high-quality papers, such as uncoated paper and a silk or gloss coated paper (a recycled option is available in silk and uncoated). To add some extra durability and a sense of professionalism, why not add matt or gloss lamination? Finally, DigitalPrinting.co.uk lets you upload your own artwork, such as a business logo, to your promotional business cards so that you can really make them your own.
Business card printing at DigitalPrinting.co.uk
After having read through our selection of business card FAQs, be sure to visit www.DigitalPrinting.co.uk. Here, you can create the business cards of your dreams and get them delivered fast to any UK location. We use only state of the art HP Indigo Digital Presses, ensuring the highest possible quality. For more information, visit our business card page today!