Posted by Olivia dela Rosa on October 17, 2014
Thinking of getting new business cards? We think it's time to ditch your old-fashioned ones and go square.
I've never been a fan of square cards until I saw one from a movie. The first square business card that really made an impression to me was from Hitch. Alex Hitchens is a professional dating consultant, and there was this scene where he met up with a potential client and handed over this small black square card. Apparently it was his business card, and that small black business card on his fingers for me was a symbol of who he is professionally: simple, stylish and successful.
Aside from the obvious advantage of size - so small it only eats up a portion of your wallet - it's the sleekness and cutting edge design of the card that makes square business cards stand out. They are great especially if you have a unique brand style, and they are customizable and offer more design and printing options.
Moo thinks square is the new cool because it's a proof of you being a "thinking-outside-of-the-box" individual - and we couldn't agree more. You can check out Moo's square card templates and avail of the discounts that they're currently offering for printing your business cards.
If you're feeling uninspired and thinking of a new look for your business card, here are some of the square card designs that we think really work and that you can try as your own.
The design ideas are limitless and you can experiment with whatever type of branding that you want. Whatever industry you find youself in and no matter what type of business you have, you can find a square card design suitable to your needs.
Love the designs or want to share a design of your own? Send us a link or leave us a comment below!
Nothing but positive! Great turn around times (cards were delivered much faster then expected) Amazing quality of both paper and print (super crispy colors) and the best customer service I've experienced so far.
Tiny Prints did not deliver my order by the delivery date, even though I paid for super rush delivery. The did not contact me to say anything was holding up my order. The auto message when you call even said they weren't experiencing delays and all orders were being sent on time. Two different Tiny Print reps aid I would get the order the following day. When I called again to question that, because it was the night before the new delivery date and they still hasn't printed yet, they admitted after some questioning that I would not receive the order the next day. I wasted hours creating the invitation on Tiny Prints and now need to start over with someone else because Tiny Prints has false advertising, poor customer service, and claim copyright issues for not sending me the file to go elsewhere.
They are cheap for a reason.
We had a wonderful experience with Overnight Prints. My husband and me wanted a new business card design, and after creating the perfect design with their online design tool we decided to give them a go and placed an order.
Unforunately we had made an error in the design that we noticed a couple of hours after ordering. We gave them a call and spoke to a friendly person who immediately corrected the error for us.
Our new business cards do make a good impression, and we are impressed by overnight prints good old fashioned customer service.
I love Cafepress, this company has the best customer service: My sister ordered a printed sweatshirt for my son from them. Unfortunately it didn't fit him (the sweatshirt was to large). We contacted RMA and within a few hours they replied: we will send you a new one in the correct size. we didn't have to ship the old one back, which saved me postage and a trip to the postoffice. I never had this happen before, very impressed by Cafepress!