Tutorials Roundup – How-To Design Creative Business Cards

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Tutorials Roundup - How-To Design Creative Business Cards

In today’s age all and sundry are of the view to make a good business among the masses and in this regard business cards a form of Printing Services playing a vital role. There’s only single chance to provide a good and optimistic first impression to your potential clients. Business card Tutorials expresses for a brand and they are an actual and effective tool to impress and continue relationship with clients in the flux of business.

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Tutorials Roundup - How-To Design Creative Business Cards

How to Design an Abstract Business Card in Photoshop

In this tutorial I will teach you how to design an abstract business card using a combination of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. We will be using Photoshop as a base for our business card, all whilst using Illustrator to create some clean, abstract shapes to use in our abstract business cards.

The reason I will be using Photoshop as our base application is because it has some tools which just makes it that little bit easier and quicker to produce the image I’m looking for. Some people think Illustrator is a lot better when it comes to files that are being sent to press, but so long as the image you produce in Photoshop is a large file no less than 300dpi, you should be fine!

Once you have followed this tutorial and finished designing your card, you can get your cards printed. There are some great business card printing services online.

Tutorials Roundup - How-To Design Creative Business Cards

Design a Print Ready Business Card for Designers

Business cards are a useful resource for any business, for designers in particular it gives an opportunity to create something a little out of the ordinary and artistic to showcase their creative flair. Follow this walkthrough in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign to create your own double sided business card design, resulting in a print-ready file to send to your favoured print firm.

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Cardboard And Torn Paper Business Card

Cardboard And Torn Paper Business Card

Making a Print-Ready Business Card Using Only Photoshop

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, but it is in fact possible to get by with just our trusty old Photoshop.

Making a Print-Ready Business Card Using Only Photoshop

Design a cool and original jeans style Business Card in Photoshop

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.

The business card has the standard USA and Canada cut of 3.5×2 inches , approximately 10×5 cm.So if you`ll follow the tutorial,at the end you`ll be able to print the business card for your use,or why not,to start offering business card printing services.

Design a cool and original jeans style Business Card in Photoshop

Making a Grungy Business Card

There are many different ways to attack a business card design. Clean & corporate is always nice. But why not get a little wild? This tutorial will walk you through setting up a vertical grungy business card template, front to back and ready to print.

It’s important to set up our PSD file correctly right off the bat. The document needs to have an eighth inch bleed area, to ensure our background completely covers the card. So we’ll add a quarter of an inch to the width and height of our template. Standard vertical business cards are 2″w x 3.5″h, so our canvas size should be 2.25″w x 3.75″h. Also, change the Resolution of the document to 300 pixels/inch to ensure high quality printing.

Making a Grungy Business Card

Business Card Design Project Walkthrough

I recently worked on a business card design project and thought it would be a great opportunity to use the work as a base for a walkthrough of the design process.

The project was for James Clarkson; a driving instructor working out of Tadcaster near York with his business, Visibility Driving Tuition. I really enjoy working with James, and with a high level of creative freedom on his projects the design process is really fun! Let’s look back at my process for creating the final concept of his business card, resulting in the finished printed product.

Business Card Design Project Walkthrough

Create a Business Card in Illustrator

Create a Business Card in Illustrator

Create a Stylish Business Card in Photoshop

Create a Stylish Business Card in Photoshop

Making your business cards dynamic in Illustrator

Making your business cards dynamic in Illustrator

Design Slick Print Ready Business Card Using Photoshop

Design Slick Print Ready Business Card Using Photoshop

How To Create Print Ready Standard Size Business Cards

Designing business cards is a fun process. And you can create them really fast, because they are generally simple things. In this tutorial you will learn how to create print ready standard size business cards with Photoshop. If you follow these guidelines you’ll soon be able to create your own business cards.

How To Create Print Ready Standard Size Business Cards

How To Create A Sweet Bokeh Business Card In Photoshop

How To Create A Sweet Bokeh Business Card In Photoshop

Creating a Colorful Vibrant Business Card

Creating a Colorful Vibrant Business Card

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