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Hey folks I need like design review for this business card.

May 15, 2019 at 3:26pm

Hey folks I need like design review for this business card.

May 15, 2019 at 3:26pm (Edited 10 months ago)
I'm designing a business card, but I don't know if my dimensions are correct and/or if everything is centered correctly. I'm not very experience with sketch and this is my first try on designing a business card.
Could someone take a look and give me a 2nd pair of eyes please?
I am using this two sites to guide me through the process:
But I'm a bit overwhelmed by everythign. Thanks folks anyhow.

May 15, 2019 at 6:46pm
Not sure about the exact dimensions of the artboard, but if you followed the same specs from the printing services you should be good to go. I would suggest asking the people at vista print or moo to look at your dimensions and check if they meet the proper size specs.
The side with the logo is too busy. Think about the visual hierarchy. You have 3 elements:
  1. Logo
  2. Sub text
  3. Solution text
There is not enough space for each element to breathe. The typography on the text “scalp micro pigmentation” needs adjusting, especially the weight of the ‘i’ characters. If that’s part of their logo, you have an opportunity to help them if they are interested or willing to have it adjusted/redesigned. Otherwise there might not be much you can do with it. ———
For the side with social media and contact info:
  1. I think the name of the artist is fine as is, but not really a fan of centered profession under his name. I would suggest left alignment add more contrast between name, and profession.
  2. The icons are either too small or there are too many details. Even when the card is blown up to a large size on the screen, I can tell those icons will not print right. Try larger sizes, or simplify the details if possible.
  3. The vertical divider doesn’t make much sense to me because it groups the left side with the artist’s name, but the right side is completely separated. If they all relate to the artist, I would suggest against using a vertical divider like that. ———
Overall: I don’t understand why the front text “your hair loss solution” is in all lower case, but on the other side, you have all caps, and sentence case for the artist’s name, and profession. Try to unify your style unless it’s for specific contrast reasons.
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