Business Card Design

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I currently have the following Business Card and would like for someone to give me more design ideas as far as the layout of the logo and the services that I offer. I'm not an artist or graphic designer and would like to get some feed back.

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The services should be there for informational purposes, but not overwhelming on the card. You could just go with a standard white card with black text and I think it would look fine too. It's like a vanity plate. It should fit your personality or at least what you want to convey about your business.
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I like it, definetly different then what I had before. Is the name of the owner necessary to have on there?

Also, could you give me one more design idea so that I have something else to go by?
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You don't have to have the names on there. I would then make the main phone number in bold blue. It would be no problem for a printer to change the name to accommodate each employee. When you hand someone YOUR card, they kind of expect it to have YOUR name on it. You could have a batch of generic (no name) cards for general distribution.
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Ok, thank you! I can start working with this design until you have time later today to give me at least one more design to go by. Thanks again tommyBoy.

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let me know what you think about this tommyBoy. i'm having a problem with getting the text the same size as you will see.
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Center area looks good. You are going to have a tough time reading the perimeter text at business card size. I don't mind that the text strings around the perimeter don't meet at the corners, but I think it's important that they are consistent. I had to convert my text strings to paths (objects) so I could resize them to fit the space I wanted to fill. Don't worry about keeping a particular font size or sticking with the text as it is produced by the text tool. Convert them into something you can resize at will.

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ok, i'll give that a try. what about using green for the phone, email, and web? also, let me know when yuo get a chance at any other design ideas that you may have.
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It didn't quite work out the way I had planned it. The power was out when I got home from work. I put this together this morning, so it's a little rough, but you can get the concept.
A subtle background that implies 'technology'. I downloaded this one from google images, but it could be better. Important information on a light background, secondary information on a dark background. Relegate the services to the lower right. Thrown in some curves for affect.
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I LOVE IT!!!!! VERY NICE tommyBoy, I can't believe that you call this a rough draft, it would have taken me years to come up with this idea, very good work.

Some questions:
1.) how did you determine that this implies a subtle background that implies 'technology'
2.) did you do the curves yourself? where did you find the textures, patterns, brushes, etc. to make these?

Also, most importanlty, I was wondering to have some more color to my website and wanted to ask you in the other post what colors you would recommend? If you think i should just stick with blues and greys than i will but I wanted to put color out there but not sure if it was a good idea since blue is in my logo and not other colors are. Let me know your thought....

Good work tommyBoy, you should be very impressed with your work and your ability to come up with ideas like this. I wish I had that artistic side to me :)
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Thanks for the compliments.
I say a little rough, because compositionally, I think it needs work. The curves are smooth, but the white text is inconsistantly jagged. The space above the logo is a little awkward yet. The contact info fills the blank area on the upper right nicely, but the upper left seems empty. Also the logo seems pinched between the contact info and the blue curve. I don't believe that the background I choose implies technology as definitively as I would like. It was just a quick pick from Google images to convey an idea. That's why I say it could be better. The curves are easily created in a vector image program like Illustrator. I used Fireworks and I only did the blue curve. The background I used pretty much as I found it. I would be cautious about adding too many colors. It could tolerate one more, but it could get too busy. Instead, you might consider adding a small image that conveys 'technology'. Maybe a close up of the plug end of an ethernet cable could be in the upper left space. That would add a spot of color without another hard-lined graphic element. I'm not at my web development machine right now or I would post an example.

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ok, so when designing my website you only suggest using Black for Text, Greys, and the Blue in the Dot? I'm not to worried about adding color to the logo or business card but just on the website if you think thats okay, if not then i can just stick with blue, black and greys, let me know...

can you tell me or shoe me what you would do with this business card since you said it was a rought draft even though i think it's nice?

Thanks.
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You get a lot more leeway with a website than you do with a logo or business card. You should keep the logo shape and lettering consistent between the three, but as you noticed with the first card design, it's ok to throw in for example, a motion effect on the arrow. On the website, I would even consider inverting the color scheme so it's light text and graphics on a dark background.
For the second card design, I would just keep working with it some more. Maybe stretch some of the lines of white text, shrink others to try to mimic the blue curve better. I would look for or create a background that would convey the type of business services offered better than what I have in the sample. Ultimately, it might look very similar to what you see now, but just the fact that I picked it from Google in a 15 second search makes me feel it was not well thought out and could be improved. Maybe if the background got darker or morphed into something more substantial in the upper left corner, the whole composition would be more balanced.
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ok, so you think i should change the font color of my logo and apply it to a dark backround color such as a dark charcoal grey or even a blue?? If so, then should I make the letter and Circle white or what color? I'm going to assume the the dot stays blue?

Also, i have seen logo's that have both a design and name, example "Nautica" clothing has the name but it also has a logo with any text. What could I use instead of adding text, what type of design could i use to repressendt my logo?
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I would certainly try various combinations when it comes to the website just to be satisfied I had considered my options. I could not say for sure without experimenting and without seeing it in the context of the website. I would probably not start the logo in mind. Rather I would design a nice looking website with the complete color scheme then modify my logo color scheme to suit the website rather than the other way around.

The black circle with the blue dot and the arrow would be the obvious choice. I sincerely hope your business grows to a point where people recognize it just from a simple graphic like the Nautica brand. Then I will send you a giant invoice for my design help!! :)

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tommyBoy, if my business would turn out great then I will send you a nice chunk. Also, can you send me your contact info and if I need help with a logo from a client would you be willing to help? Let me know, I don't offer that service nor have I been asked simple because i havnn't even marketed yet since I'm trying to get all my ducks in a row first.

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what about this for a background?
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Always looking for side work. Do you have a throw-away email address you would be willing to post here, like a yahoo or gmail that you use as a spam trap? (Doesn't everybody?) If so, I can send you my contact info on that.
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That's a great background!
You will have to work with the positioning of that RJ45 so it's not buried under the logo or the contact info.

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what about this one instead.
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i don't have my laptop with me that has my logo on it so i will have to play around with it later tonight and I can then send you what i have.
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That background has more potential. It already has something really nice to fill the upper left. You might want to fade it as it approaches the right end so you have a somewhat clear area to put the contact info.

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ok, let me go ahead and put together later tonight this card with all input and i'll send to you for review.

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let me know what you think so far tommyBoy. I have not used a background image yet because i have to purchase credits from istockphoto and have not done so far.
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I am wondering if the contact info (which needs to be larger to make it readable at business card size) should instead of being above and right, line up horizontally with the logo. I am anticipating the background you showed earlier with the 1s and 0s. Since it's mostly a horizontal line, maybe it cuts across the top, uninterrupted, while the logo and contact info are inline below it.
I think I would shove the white text to the right until the margin is the same as at the bottom to lock it to the lower right corner. Currently, it's just floating.
The blue curve on the left is nice. The right end is too small, not as graceful. Hump it up gracefully over the "WEB PROGRAMMING" (after you move it, of course).

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So to clarify,

1.) Make contact info larger. Make contact info under the logo?
2.) should logo move or stay where it lies?
3.) I will get the background of the 1s and 0s.

>> I think I would shove the white text to the right until the margin is the same as at the bottom to lock it to the lower right corner.

Not sure what you mean...

>> The blue curve on the left is nice. The right end is too small, not as graceful. Hump it up gracefully over the "WEB PROGRAMMING" (after you move it, of course).

So just make the right higher? the left is okay then?

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Ok, i'm using the following dimensions that i have used before for my business cards. I think the one that i submitted yesterday was a different size whch makes the 1's and 0's go across the screen.

what do you think of this so far, did not include names, and contact yet.

I made the right side blue curver higher.
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Go back to the other blue shape, just make the curve at the right more graceful, not higher. Start the curve down to the right edge sooner so that a nice curve sits centered over the words "WEB PROGRAMMING". This new curve does not allow you to put the contact info inline horizontally with the logo.The blue is in the way now. Plus it leaves too big of a void under the logo. The base of the arrow should fit comfortably in the left dip in the blue shape like you had before.
Can you stretch the 1s and 0s to the whole width of the card?
Slide the white text to the right until the right margin equals the bottom margin.

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what do you mean by making the curve at the right more graceful?

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is this curve ok?
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Well, now the left and right match. You are getting closer.

My opinion is, get the left curve back to the left curve on post 33164648, then create a mirror version of that graceful curve (except up side down) on the right and somewhat higher.
But, I don't want to harp on it.  It's your design.

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let me know if  the  curve looks better, please give me your honest opinion. i would like to get blue curve the right way before moving on to the grey curve above.
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Best one yet. I think it could curve down a little more on the right (attached).
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how is this for the blue curve?
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That looks good to me.
You like?

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yes, i really like it! i'm going to start with the grey curve now.

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Let me know which background you think looks better.
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I still think the 1s and 0s have potential, but the curve in the upper portion of the card should be defined by the background, not by a new hard-lined element. Is it possible for you to post the 1s and 0s background by itself so I can show you what I mean?

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Hi tommyBoy,

I'm going to just attach the Business Card with the background and the 1s & 0s background, this background is at full size so you can make adjustments as you see fit.
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Two possibilities with the 1s and 0s background.
1. Use the original version, with the 1s and 0s in a straight line across the top and the logo and contact info in a line below it and suggested earlier. The problem is, it does not leave much room for the contact info.
2. Warp the line of 1s and 0s into a curve that compliments the curve in the blue section (my preference). This is what I meant by allowing the background define the curve in the upper section rather than adding a hard-edged graphic shape. I can post my warped version of the 1s and 0s if you want to use it.

In the two samples attached, I moved your blue curve down a little to make more room. I also added a shadow to the upper section to create the illusion that the top section was raised above the blue section.
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Hi tommyBoy,

I like step 2 which was your preference!! I will recreate it in Photoshop to match yours and will submit later today for your approval. My wife and I are having a yard sale now and I will be away until 2 :(

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Hi tommyBoy,

This is what i currenlty have, please let me know your thoughts on what i'm uploading. As for the 1s and 0s, I like what you created for ee2-2 and definetly want to use that design. The problem that I'm having with this design though is warping the image to what you have. I'm not sure how to make the 1s and 0s image and warp that into the curve (grey curve) that i original had. I'm using Photoshop CS5 and would appreciate some feedback as to how I go about converting that into the nice curve that you have.

This is all i need to figure out and everything will be good to print.
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Hi tommyBoy,

Also what type of font did you use for the name, phone number, email address, and services in blue?
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I used an effect in Corel Photo-Paint called Mesh Warp. It places a grid over your image and you can move the points where the grid lines intersect. The underlying image morphs in the direction that you move a grid intersection.
For the fonts in the contact info, I really could not say. Once I had the text typed out, I converted to a shape that I could resize at will. You will need to make your contact info larger than what you have above. As for the white text, I did not change it from your post.
Attached is the raw background after warping. From that, I pasted it into a selection (mask) that covered the gray area of the card design. Then I desaturated it, lightened it and dodged in some white with a large feathered paint brush in the areas that would be occupied by the logo and contact information. I also faded the 1s and 0s where the logo crossed over to make a cleaner space for the logo.
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Well I have the image of the 1s and 0s in fine as it should be in the business card. The only problem now is that I can't find an option in Photoshop called "Desaturated" and I'm not sure what you meam my "Lightened" and "Dodged". I can only apply a layer mask to that im wear i can then remove parts of the 1s and 0s which will then display the light grey background color. it appears that in your example when you did what ever you did you darkened certain colors such as the 1s and 0s near the "T". Can you be more specific for me as to what i should be doing since some of these tools are not in photoshop? Also most there now just have to fine tune the colors. I will post what i can come up with but it's nothing close to what you provided.
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Look for a Hue/Saturation menu item. Run the Saturation into the negative numbers until the blue is almost completely gray.
After removing most of the blue color from the warped 1s and 0s it will still be too dark. You can just lighten it but you will probably want to look for a Shadow/Highlight menu item so you can get back the lost contrast.
By 'dodge' I mean to feather in some white to the background which, after desaturating and lightening will be primarily gray and monotone. To add the white, work on the layer that represents the upper portion of the card so the blue at the bottom is unaffected. Take a very large paint brush with white paint and feather the edges of the brush and increase the transparency of the white paint to a high degree. Then just slowly sweep the brush across the areas you want to whiten, feathering the white into the gray, ending with almost pure white at the edge below the logo and the upper right corner.
For fading the 1s and 0s behind the logo, Photoshop must have some kind of cloning tool. I believe it's called a Clone Stamp in Photoshop. A cloning tool takes pixels from one area of an image and pastes them under the cursor position when you click. Again, feather the edge of the tool and increase the transparency so you can slowly copy gray pixels from the surrounding area and paste them on top of the 1s and 0s that you want to fade out.

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Hi tommyBoy,

Let me know what you think so far with the contact text above top right and the curve for the 1s and 0s. Once you okay that then I will start messing around with the color, dodging, and everything else that I need to do to make it look like your ee2-2 example. My biggest concern now is just the 1s and 0s curve and contact text size and positioning.
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I have to use the Puppet Warp tool in Photoshop CS5 that is the only tool to make these type of warps, they do have a basic warp tool but not as advanced as the puppet warp tool.

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This one has a higher curve at the end of the 1s and 0s to the right.
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It's looking good compositionally.
The curve in the first one is smoother.
Be careful not let the 1s and 0s overwhelm the logo.
The phone number and email still need to be a little larger.
The contact information could go closer to the top of the card.

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Hi tommyBoy,

Let me know which one  you like better. Please let me know if the one you pick what i should do better.
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To my eye, the lighter gray will allow the black text to read better (ee 2). There's two things you can still do to improve it. If it's not too late, can you redo the saturation adjustment to leave a hint of blue in the gray? And second, whiten the area below the logo and in the upper right corner some more. I like the greater contrast you have between gray and white in ee1, but that is lost in ee2. You could feather to almost pure white by the time you hit the edges. Minor thing: slide the phone number and email closer to the name. It looks disjoined.
You are close!

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how about this version tommyBoy? Let me know what you think and if I need to make changes to anything. Almost there but don't want to rush it.
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sorry fogot to include the other one. Let me know which on you like based on the post ID, along with the changes i need to make.
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33190494 Has better contrast in the gray background. I would push it a little more.
Still looking for that hint of blue though. (Look back at my samples.) It really would help tie the top and bottom together so they don't look like halves from two different designs.
And the 1s and 0s behind the logo should fade a little so as not to take away from the logo.
We are really splitting hairs at this point though. Either of these would make for a handsome business card as is.
Before you go to the printer, plan on printing one out on your desktop photo printer using photo paper. If you don't have one of those, any drug store, department store or super market that processes photos will usually have a kiosk where you can upload digital files and print out photos. Either method will give you an eye opening example of how this will look in print. Designs always look brighter on a backlit monitor than they do in print.

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ok, how are we except for the 1s and 0s behind the "T"? I wanted to get your approval on the fading/shading of the grey and blue first before playing around with darkening the 1s and 0s behind the "T".
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sorry forgot to upload the other one. Let me know which one is better the one from post 33191436 or this one.
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Excellent!
They are both nice, but I have a feeling 33191443 will look the best when printed. The 1s and 0s look much sharper. That's good, but all the more reason to fade them behind the logo.

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Hi tommyBoy,

How is this one, i tried the fade the 1s and 0s near the "T" to make the IT pop out more. Do i need to fade the 1s and 0s more or make them more darker. Let me know, thanks again for your help!!!
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also, i don't have color ink now and wont be able to get any until this weekend nor do i have photo paper. are you able to do this for me and let me know how it looks?
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I would fade a tiny bit more behind the IT, but more importantly, I would feather out the faded area up and down the string of 1s and 0s so it doesn't look like you did just for the IT (even though that was the reason). Make it look like that's the way the background was and you just superimposed your logo on it. Also, push the feathering of the white pixels a little further to the left of the contact info for the same effect.
I used to have a photo printer, but I was never satisfied with the quality and the fact that the heads were constantly clogging and causing streaks. Instead, in a situation like this, I go to the local super market, plug my thumb drive into the kiosk and print out a 4 x 6 matte finished photo. It's like .59 cents and the quality is better than any inkjet. It doesn't pay to maintain a desktop photo printer anymore.
It looks great! I would flatten it down to a new jpeg file and go print it. Be prepared, you may have to make corrections afterwards (so save your layered version).

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hi tommyBoy,

ok your honest to goodness option :) Let me know what you think, based on your option I plan on going to walmart to see if I can print a few off just to see how the colors look. Also, why print a 4x6 matte photo? Not sure since I don't know much about print, I know that my business cards are listed below

width: 3.75 inches
height: 2.25 inches
dpi: 300dpi pixels/inch
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Why 4 x 6? Because where I shop, it's the cheapest item because it's the most common. Get whatever you can as long as the image on the paper approximates business card size. Here's a hint: These photo processing places always crop everything. Make up a version of your card design in jpeg format that has  a white background that is about 10% bigger than the final print size. You could probably fit two business cards on a 4 x 6, but make your file's paper size about 4.4 inches x 6.6 inches, with just white around the card(s).
Go for it! You'll know better when you see it in print at business card size, but it looks great on the screen. I have one concern that won't be a problem unless the email gets significantly longer than it is in your sample. Look at 33177293 again. I think the larger font you have is better, but on your version, if the email gets long it will crowd the logo. You might want to close the gap a little between the phone number and the name. Probably too late to ask, but is there any chance you'll need other information on the card; fax number, address, website? If so, where would they go?

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Hi tommyBoy,

No, the email will only be info@ocait.com. I plan on creating a website which will be www.ocait.com once I start working on that, which is the next post you will probally see me on :) I plan on using the same zones as this one so I may need your expertise again :).

>> You might want to close the gap a little between the phone number and the name.
Do you mean that I need to add the phone number closer to  the name?

>> but is there any chance you'll need other information on the card; fax number, address, website? If so, where would they go?
Yes, I plan on adding the website either below or above the email, whatever you think.
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Yes, phone number closer to the name.
Currently not enough room to add a website without crowding the logo. Consider moving the name to the left of the other info (make column 1 with the blue name only, column 2 with phone, email, website).
Line up the tops of the name and phone number.
Or, make the font smaller. You'll know better if this is possible after printing.

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Hi tommyBoy,

Well I just got back from walmart and I printed a 4.4 x 6.6 with two of the business cards and they look REALLY nice, except for the blue color, it appears to dark when I printed but nice on the screen, very odd.... Also, I need to make the 1s and 0s a little darker than what I have. Is there anything else you can think of that needs corrected? Do you think the fade in the top right is okay or should I fade that better to make it more smooth?
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It does not surprise me that the blue came out too dark. Everything looks brighter when it's backlit.
I do think the white should fade more on the top right as I said in 33196590 "Also, push the feathering of the white pixels a little further to the left of the contact info for the same effect." I just decided it wasn't critical so I did not mention it again.
How is the font size for readability? Do you have a plan for addressing the shortage of space for the website? If you need to move the name over, you need to feather the white to the left more for that reason.

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Hi tommyBoy,

No, I don't have a plan for addressing the website address, do you have any suggestions/ideas?

The font size is perfect now, everything is clear and easy to read, I definetly need to fix the feathering at the top left of the contact info. I also need to darken the 1s and 0s behind the IT a little more.

Almost there, i'll let you know more after making the following changes in the morning. Stay posted :)

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let me know what you think about the fade in the contact area (to the right of the contact info) and the 1s and 0s behind the "IT"?

I decided to keep the dark blue, the wife likes that color, I would like it a little litghter but she has more of an artistic side to her than i do :)
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That is better! Can you see the difference? The background is now an element that could stand on it's own, independent of the logo and text that are floating on top of it. Whereas before if you separated it from the other elements you would say, "What are those white fuzzy blotches supposed to be?". That's how you have to look at the various elements in a layered design like this.

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Ok, I do however have a question about the logo post that you helped me with. We have the following services listed underneath the logo as follows below, my question is with the grammar and are we using the correct names. Computers I can understand but for Web, Data, and Networks I'm a little uncertain because there are multiple categories for each. Should the names be changed or modified?

Computers
Web
Data
Networks
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Also, what are your thoughts about the web address on the business card once I have it created? These are just a few small questions that I have and I plan on closing this post, thank you for all your help again.
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I think the four words summarize all the services nicely. I'm not a wordsmith, but if a potential client cannot glean what your business is all about from those four words...
If your web address is the same as your email domain, you can leave it off the card. Most people are sophisticated enough to figure it out. Otherwise, I would find a way to put it on there. I would move the blue name to the left of the other contact info as I suggested earlier.

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how about if i where to remove the email address and add the web address instead?

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Hi tommyBoy,

I j ust got back from walmart again with my second print from there to test everything out including the logo. Everything seems fine except for the "COMPUTERS . WEB . DATA. NETWORKS" text below the logo. It appears to small when printed, should I increase the size along with making the text bold? It appears nice on paper and web just needs something done with print.
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I would consider the email more important than the web address, but it's your show.
A 'calling card' is a personal thing and it used to only include contact information. Now it's an advertisement for a business that happens to include some personal contact information of the bearer. I could easily make the case that the web address belongs to the business and therefore the advertisement part of the card. It could even go elsewhere on the card, completely separate from the contact information. There are no hard and fast rules. If the C.E.O. wants the web address on the card, the designer has to make it fit.
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Now I'm confused. The four words are not going on the card. They don't appear on any of you samples. They should not go on the card because you have the full list on the card. Save it for the website or stationary.

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sorry if I did not explain clearly, the four words are not going on the business card. The logo with the four words is going on a polo shirt (embroided) on. But when I printed it out the logo itself looked fine but the four words where small and hard to read from 2-3 feet away.
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Oh. You could stretch it a little wider and taller without negatively affecting the design.

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Hi tommyBoy,

I created another post rather than answering this question in this post, below is the link if you are interested. Please let me know since this post is finished.


http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Images/Q_26330761.html

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Thanks again tommyBoy for all your help, I really appreciate your time and patience with help me out from start to finish.

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