We’ve thrown together a few business cards to pay tribute to some of the most popular television shows of the past 5 decades. Can you name them all?
We put our heads together and tried to come up with some ideas for what might be the worst jobs ever. If you are unfortunate enough to find yourself on such a career path, your printed business cards might look something like this.
Let’s be honest for a minute. Are your business cards a total embarrassment? The answer may surprise you. We have seen many terrible business card designs than we care to acknowledge. But there is hope. The way to design a better business card isn’t by looking at good examples, but by looking at bad examples, and understanding what makes them such visual eyesores.
Does this sound familiar? You rushed to promote a major event or the kick-off of a new sermon series. The big day came and went and it seems your marketing efforts fell flat. Not only was the initial turnout small, but the hope of church guests returning has faded like the money you spent on […]
Nerd is the word at NextDayFlyers this week as we bring you 4 über quality business cards templates for designers, photographers, coders, artists, techy’s, developers, and all other nerd entrepreneurs. All these templates in both Photoshop and Illustrator formats are prepped and ready for your own copy. So get editing and print your own business cards today and lets make nerd hay while the sun shines!
This blogpost celebrates the steampunk trend in all its many design facets from elegant vintage style business cards to bizarre poster collages and encourages you to use these incredible designs as inspiration for your own print designs.
When viewing these prints, let us never forget to keep a stiff upper lip and sing our steampunk praises to Queen and country!
You may think that logo design is all about design ability. Not true. The most successful graphic designers are those that communicate with their clients and let them in on every stage of the design process. This logo tutorial covers the actual design process from sketch to finished design, but more importantly, it outlines the need for meetings with clients.
If you’re looking for a design gig, then take a leaf out of these graphic design résumés that show some serious thought and skill. The following examples are the kind of résumés that could get you hired, or at the very least, get your portfolio through the door!