Is your business card bland an uninspiring? Does your business card motivate customers to call you, or does it end up in File 13? Do you wish you had a better business card design, but you’re not sure where to start? No worries – you can find inspiration in the following 10 business card designs. Each represents a significant break from the norm, featuring cool designs that command attention and motivate response. Without further ado, here are 10 business cards you wish were yours (so you can design a business card you’re proud to share!).
This unforgettable business card incorporates a perforated tear-off to represent what a personal trainer can do for you.
Scratch-offs are featured on this unique business card that fits its designer’s brand name perfectly. Scratch off the service you’re interested in to find out what you win!
This business card was printed on cherry wood veneer, adding an elegance that suits the company’s bespoke pitch without question.
I absolutely love these fun and distinctive die-cut business cards, which showcase different owners yet retain brand image nicely.
A rich foil stamp makes this business card design stand out from competitors. It love its new age, yet vintage appeal.
Sometimes the most memorable business card designs are those that leave no doubt as to which business their owner is in. This is a perfect example featuring a relevant design and a clever die cut.
Another unique die cut, this time framing a grayscale business card design, I typically prefer full-color business card printing, but this is a great example of black and white done right.
I couldn’t leave this excellent die-cut business card off the list, since its shape lends itself so well to the proprietor’s business.
This cleverly designed business card has a simple yet powerful message: the company will help you slash your credit card debt.
I’m a huge advocate for dynamic photos on business cards, mainly because the standard mug shots are drab and boring. That’s why I love this big, bold business card set that features a closeup of the designer’s face.
What’s your favorite unique business card design?