Tips on how to Design Business Cards

A good business card should convey the overall image of your business — not easy, considering the card measures only 2 inches by 3.5 inches. How can you possibly get a message across in such a small amount of space? TIPS: Use your logo as the basis. Make it the largest element on the card. Keep it simple.... read more

Introducing Zach Naranjo

The NexCards family just got a bit bigger! Zach Naranjo has joined our team. Zach is a Graphic Designer who has 5 years experience in the field. He has worked on many projects including beer and wine labels, logos, and wedding invitations. Zach lives in Seattle metro area with his wife and adorable puppy, and... read more

Our Plastic Family of Business Cards

TYPE FEATURES COMMENTS Clear Clear Plastic 20 pt. stock Smooth Printing on 1 side only Full-color printing Supports full bleed (color can run to the edge) Rounded Corners Minimum quantity 500 You can make this card appear like any color. For example if the card had a blue background, the card would look like it was made of blue plastic. Anywhere on the design that is white will remain clear. Card comes... read more

Trade Cards.

“Let’s be honest, I don’t think it’s natural for any human being to walk up to another and strike up a conversation. It’s just not built into our DNA. Me, I think I’m one of the world’s most social people, but approaching someone at a convention still feels like I’m throwing out a pick-up line... read more

Full Color Raised Ink

I have always love raised ink. It has a timeless quality to it. My wedding invitations had raised ink which gave the invitations that special something. Traditionally, raised ink comes in one or two colors due to the limitation in the way it is printed.  However, that is all about to change. Raised ink is... read more

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