A recent post from Laura Foley, Networking 101: Bring Your Darn Business Cards!, got some strong comments when it was reposted on the CFC LinkedIn group, including this one from, Dana Manciagli, author of the forthcoming “Cut the Crap, Network for Success” (get a free chapter here) and one of our speakers at this year’s...
We designers are a funny bunch sometimes. Although many of us make a living creating marketing collateral for our clients, we sometimes do a pretty bad job of marketing ourselves. And at the last HOW Design Live, I saw a stunning example of shoot-yourself-in-the-foot non-marketing: designers with no business cards. I can’t imagine why...
Is Twitter a great way to communicate? Absolutely. But for many people it's not the preferred method. Making people search for other ways to contact you, while it might be a great test of loyalty and patience, is not ideal when you're trying to attract clients. Here's a better strategy from Laura M. Foley...
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MOO.COM expands their LUXE Business Stationery line, so you can create a complete identity package with this triple thick paper.
If you haven’t heard of The Luxe Project, it’s time to check it out. MOO began the initiative to connect creatives and great causes by encouraging industry professionals, like Sagmeister & Walsh, to submit designs.
From super low-budget to ‘the world’s most expensive,’ these cool business card designs do a great job of representing the design firms and clients they personify.
A design firm's identity system is a chance to declare their mission to the world.
Are your business cards going to waste? Is it worth printing more than 100 these days? Jeremy Flagg addresses these burning issues.
Designer Gerren Lamson breaks down the process of creating his frickin’ awesome hand-stamped business cards.