No room I wanted to add it but I didn't want the card cluttered.
Ya think I should put it somewhere? I could place it on the front but I'd have to sacrifice something else... or shrink the font? I deal with alot of elderly people so I didn't want to make the font much smaller than it already is.
Grumpy, I like the card. Just one question, don't you have to have your license# on there somewhere? Here it has to be on all forms of advertising including business cards. Technically it should be on uniform shirts as well but I don't see many people doing it. Having been nailed a few times in the past, I now put them on everything.
I like the looks of the card. The only question of thought of was-- do you want the front of the card to give some indication of what you do? I guess it kind of depends on how you use the card. Just a thought...
Trekr that was a thought of mine as well but I have run out of room. I suppose I could remvoe the logo from the front, as that would be the only way to make more room... but the logo is important for my brand.
I was contimplating removing the web address and running a string across the bottom that read "Quality Roofing & Siding Instalaltions" or osmething similiar.
Grumpy, I kinda like your idea of moving the web address to the back and adding a tag line at the bottom on front. If someone picks up the card, they'll see the website, -- but w/o recognizing your company, they might not know they need to pick it up in the first place. Again, assumes that you intend to display stacks of cards etc.-- if you physically hand them out, probably a lot less important..
Nice job. I like how you used the road sign. I wouldn't bother with the email address on the card. People who want to contact you via email can simply go to your website (shown on your card) and email you from a link there. Chances are they are going to go to your site anyway after seeing it on your card. :Thumbs:
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