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Business Card Headshots: Do’s and Don’ts

Having your photo on your business cards is a request our graphic designers often get. It’s popular with realtors, medical professionals, people in banking, and others whose fields require facial recognition. But many times, there is some confusion as to what makes the best headshot to use.

Breaking Boundaries as a Female Graphic Design Director

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting five business-savvy women. We’ve interviewed professionals from various industries including graphic design, real estate, the nonprofit sector, and business owners. These women…

New Product Options

Introducing natural greeting cards, inline foil presentation folders, buttons, car magnets, shrink wrapping, and custom-ordered painted edge business cards with stamped foil. We hope you’re as excited as we are about these new product options. Learn more about each new offering below.

10 Ways to Market Your Dental Practice

For some, the idea of going to a dentist’s appointment can be nerve-racking. According to, it’s estimated that between 9%-15% of Americans avoid going to the dentist due to…

How to use YouTube as an Educational Resource

A Brief History of YouTube YouTube first came onto the market back in 2005 when three former employees of PayPal noticed that there was a gap in the market for…

10 Crucial Parts to an Effective Business Card Design

Your custom business cards are an extension of your company, brand and the people behind it. With this in mind, there are several considerations to make when designing your cards. Sometimes these simple networking tools can make a great impression on customers and clients before they get a chance to meet you in person. Their appearance can enhance the credibility of your business and create an image of professionalism.