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Art of the Menu – 10 of the Most Inspiring Restaurant Branding Designs

This post presents some of the most outstanding restaurant branding and design you will ever see. The designs featured in this post are truly inspiring and artistic and were all created as part of larger branding campaigns; these menu designs reflect a certain graphic aesthetic that is mirrored in the furniture, décor, business cards, letterheads, cutlery, etc. If you are thinking about rebranding or are in the process of creating your own bar or restaurant empire, then look no further than these 10 incredible menu designs for inspiration.…

5 Bad Business Cards and How to Avoid Them – Professional Business Card Printers Weigh In

Let’s be honest for a minute. Are your business cards a total embarrassment? The answer may surprise you. We have seen many terrible business card designs than we care to acknowledge. But there is hope. The way to design a better business card isn’t by looking at good examples, but by looking at bad examples, and understanding what makes them such visual eyesores.…

25 Best Business Card Designs of 2009

In honor of the new year and this past year we have rounded up some of the best business card designs of 2009. We have searched high and low in the design community for the greatest business cards to give you an idea of what designers are up to. We hope these great business card designs will inspire you and help you think of creative new ideas for your business card design projects of 2010.

37 Grunge Business Card Designs

When it comes to business cards you need to make an impact and nothing does that better than having some sick grunge business card designs. The grunge style is a great way to give your business or personal brand a little edge and in today’s economy you need all the weapons you can get!

Check out 37 (plus) of these wicked grunge card designs below for some inspiration and be sure to link us to any cool business card designs you’ve seen.

Designing a Business Card That Suits You

A business card may very well be the most important marketing tool you’ll ever use to promote your company and yourself.

Business cards are used in a wide variety of ways to inform people about you and your organization. Chances are your business card may serve as artwork for a small publication’s "business card ad" pages. Prospects and customers need them so they can have your contact information. You’ll include them in letters and in the sales materials you leave with prospects.

It seems ironic that a document that is only 3½” x 2” has to “wear a lot of hats.” Here are some tips to consider when you design your business card. (Or have a professional design it for you.)