Get Noticed with Unique Shaped Business Cards

At Primo Print, we print business cards and they are offered in a variety of shapes, sizes and finishes. Currently, some popular trends include the non-traditional shapes and sizes such as slim, rounded rectangle, square, oval and circle.

We understand a business card is an extension of you and your brand. But, they can also show off your personality and business objective.  We provide you a variety of shapes, sizes and finishes to make your business cards as custom as your personality. Currently, some popular trends include the non-traditional shapes and sizes such […]

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We understand a business card is an extension of you and your brand. But, they can also show off your personality and business objective.  We provide you a variety of shapes, sizes and finishes to make your business cards as custom as your personality. Currently, some popular trends include the non-traditional shapes and sizes such as slim, rounded rectangle, square, oval and circle.

Business cards tend to typically have a rectangular-shape, and the standard size is 3.5 inches x 2 inches. However, many businesses today are choosing to use non-traditional shapes. Not only is it a way for your business to stand out among competitors, these business cards can help reflect your business personality and set you apart from the crowd.

Business cards continue to be a strong marketing tool and can make a powerful statement. We offer an extensive selection right for you and your personality including silk laminated business cards, silk business card with stamped foil and 20PT plastic business cards. Plastic cards are great for membership cards, ID cards, loyalty cards, gift cards and access cards.

SEE ALSO: Details on How to Create a Great Business Card

 

Today, the one thing that will give you and your business the best odds of turning someone into a paying customer is leaving a lasting impression.

Do you need help designing your business cards? We now offer custom graphic design service for all your print projects. Contact us today if you have a question about a product that’s not displayed on our site. We’ll be happy to help you.

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How to Unlock the Power of Color for You and Your Brand

Before you choose your favorite color for designing your business cards, postcards, brochures or other printed marketing materials, think about the emotion that color evokes. Is that the emotion you want prospective clients to associate with your brand?

Color psychology is a crucial component of effectively portraying your brand. Before you choose your favorite color for designing your business card, postcard, brochure, or other printed materials, think about the emotion that color evokes. Is that the emotion you want prospective clients and customers to associate with your brand? Color is a powerful tool, […]

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Color psychology is a crucial component of effectively portraying your brand. Before you choose your favorite color for designing your business card, postcard, brochure, or other printed materials, think about the emotion that color evokes. Is that the emotion you want prospective clients and customers to associate with your brand?

Color is a powerful tool, and when used correctly, it has the ability to make your customized business cards and other printed materials not only shine, but work as an effective marketing tool. So what color is appropriate for your brand? Decide what feelings and thoughts your printed pieces should communicate. From there, select a color(s) that effectively depicts those emotions. We offer graphic design services, and our in-house designers can help you choose colors that best represent your business and brand.

SEE ALSO: Spring 2017 Color Trends and Combinations

Below you’ll find characteristics of some of the most popular colors when designing printed materials.

Most Popular Design Colors

Red

Red signifies boldness, passion, and youth. One of the boldest colors on the color spectrum, gaming systems such as Nintendo and toys such as Lego play on that bright and youthful connotation. Red has also been proven to trigger one’s appetite. Coca-Cola, Lays, KFC, Dairy Queen, and Nabisco have used this to their advantage.

Orange

Orange is known for exuding a cheerful, fun, friendly, and adventurous personality. A vibrant color, orange is representative of confidence. This color works well for television channels such as Nickelodeon, which targets young children and preteens with its friendly and cheerful programming. Well-known motorcycle company Harley Davidson effectively uses orange to convey the sense of adventure portrayed in its slogan, “Live Your Legend.”

Yellow

Often, yellow is considered one of the brightest and most energizing color. It’s often associated with warmth, positivity, caution and curiosity.Often, yellow is considered one of the brightest and most energizing color. It’s often associated with warmth, positivity, caution and curiosity.

Green

Green signifies peace, nature, growth, and health. Whole Foods, known for its organic produce and products, uses green as a representation of its dedication to providing healthy food options. In addition, television channels such as National Geographic and Animal Planet use green for their brands to represent nature and growth.

Blue

Blue is known for evoking feelings of trust, dependability, and strength. Product-based companies such as Lowe’s and Walmart are great examples of this as they firmly stand by offering their customers quality and dependable goods. Several social media sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, also successively utilize blue to showcase their media platform is reliable and inviting.

Purple

Purple is viewed as conveying feelings of creativity, fantasy, imagination and wiseness. The Syfy channel, known for its science fiction and fantasy programming, lives up to these characteristics. Barbie is also a great example, using purple to highlight a child’s opportunity to be creative.

Brown

Brown is associated with earthy, historical, genuine, traditional, and stability. Examples of brown logos includes UPS, Hershey, Cotton, and M&M’s. Each of these brands has are well-established in their traditions.

Gray

Gray signifies neutrality, balance and calmness. Wikipedia strives to be an objective and balanced virtual encyclopedia and brands itself accordingly. Gray can also be associated with sophistication and confidence. It’s commonly used in corporate design expressing professionalism such as Mac.

Black

Black commonly represents authority and timelessness. It is the strongest of all neutral colors. It is commonly utilized in fashion, such as Giorgio Armani, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton.
16PT Silk Laminated Black Business Card with Spot UV

White

White is a clean and simplistic color that can be partnered with any color. It often represents purity, new beginnings, and has medical associations. In design, white is typically utilized as a neutral background color that allows other colors to stand out more.  Examples of this include Blue Cross Blue Shield and the American Red Cross.

Choosing the best color to fit your brand’s vision can be overwhelming. At Primoprint, we offer custom design services. Contact our experienced graphic designers to help you design your next project.

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Primoprint Now Offers Custom Design Services

We’re excited to announce that we now offer custom graphic design services for your print projects; including business cards, every door direct mail postcards, letterhead, brochures, business logo’s and more. Whatever you need, we’ve got you covered.

We’re excited to announce that we now offer custom graphic design services for your print projects, including business cards, Every Door Direct Mail® postcards, letterhead, brochures, business logos and more. Whatever you need, we’ve got you covered. Our Graphic Design Process To get started, you’ll need to supply us with high resolution photos, logos, and […]

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We’re excited to announce that we now offer custom graphic design services for your print projects, including business cards, Every Door Direct Mail® postcards, letterhead, brochures, business logos and more. Whatever you need, we’ve got you covered.

Our Graphic Design Process

To get started, you’ll need to supply us with high resolution photos, logos, and a short description of what you are envisioning, and we’ll do the rest. It’s that simple! You’ll communicate directly with one of our in-house designers throughout the entire process. Take a look at our printed products we have designed.

The design proofs are usually available within one to two business days, with most designs are completed in three to five business days. We back-up the files, and we’ll send you copies of all the work files. You paid for them, so you should keep them too! Once the design is completed, we will assist you in placing your print order, making sure the print files are submitted for production.

Our design service starts at $75! Contact one of our experience graphic designers today and get started on your custom design for your next print project. If you have any questions, feel free to contact.

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How to Select The Right Fonts for Your Print Materials

Typography is defined as the style and appearance of printed matter. It plays an important role when designing and printing business cards, postcards, letterhead, brochures and more.

Typography is defined as the style and appearance of printed matter. It plays an important role when designing and printing business cards, postcards, premium business letterhead, brochures and more. Typography can be tempting and overwhelming with so many beautiful fonts to choose from, but when it comes to printed content, less font variety will leave more […]

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Typography is defined as the style and appearance of printed matter. It plays an important role when designing and printing business cards, postcards, premium business letterhead, brochures and more. Typography can be tempting and overwhelming with so many beautiful fonts to choose from, but when it comes to printed content, less font variety will leave more of an impression.

Limit yourself to two fonts per printed piece. Choosing a specific font style can change the look and feel of your printed materials and the message your trying to convey. Choose contrasting fonts to make the content more visually appealing. For example, use an eye-catching sans serif font like Gill Sans or Helvetica for your title or headline and make sure your body content is easily read by choosing a serif font such as Baskerville or Times New Roman.

 

Best Fonts for Print

When designing and printing business cards or other marketing materials, be mindful of space. Some typefaces are fat and wide like Franklin Gothic and will take up a large amount of space. There are times where there isn’t a lot of space available and including these fonts may be challenging. Other fonts can be thin and narrow such as Didot and can be a better choice when there is little space to work with. The information on your printed piece is generally the main focus, and it’s key to make a lasting first impression. Make sure that the fonts you choose are both visually interesting and comprehensible to your audience.

For general questions or information, please contact us by filling out our contact form. If you have questions about our graphic design services, please fill out our contact form on the design page.

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