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The Reasons Behind the Popularity of Spot UV Business Cards

Did you know that spot UV business cards are some of the most popular business card styles? There are a number of factors contributing to why this is so.

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  • Spot UV business cards offer seemingly endless design and color options.
  • Spot UV business cards blend the best of matte business cards and high gloss business cards for a standout and attractive look.
  • These business cards can be customized to feature different shapes (i.e. rounded corners).

Raised Letter Business Cards

Raised Letter Business Cards Raise the Bar

Have you heard of raised letter business cards? These styles allow you to put the focus on key words or pictures on your business cards so they will attract more attention. These figures literally stand out from the paper of the business cards with a raised texture.

Raised Letter Business Cards

Raised letter business cards are appropriate for a number of industries and the color and style possibilities are plentiful. Choose from 1-2 color or full color business cards and choose from a variety of textures such as white matte business cards or smooth white linen business cards and custom options are available such as adding foil or printing business cards vertically.

Business Cards for Students

Students also benefit greatly by having business cards on hand. In this tight job market, students need to be ready for any opportunity that comes up to network and to market themselves.

A business card for a student should include his/her name, phone number, email address (professional email addresses only – not silly titles from high school), website (if applicable), major of study and any internship he or she is currently participating in.

The style is a personal preference – matte business cards, raised letter business cards, silk business cards… Feel free to use one side of the business card to briefly list skills such as Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD and more.

Students in creative majors should experiment with fonts, colors, shapes, etc. to show their hand at design. Good luck!

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