Business Card Design Service


Business card design is a primary service of the Sky Computer graphic design team. Despite its relatively small size, a business card can be critical to the development of your small business. As business cards are often handed to prospects and customers, they can be a highly personalized form of marketing. Their multiple design options also provide numerous opportunities to promote your business creatively.

Business cards can help you establish your brand, which makes your company more easily identifiable. By including your company’s logo and advertising slogan on your card, for instance, you help to reinforce your brand with everyone who views your card.


We have some rules to prepare a desirable business card to our customers:

Business Card Purpose

In the first step, the client should know for what purpose he/she needs a business card. According to customer needs, we design an appropriate business card. Customer needs can be name or brand recognition, contact information, and advertising.

Aye-catching Color Scheme and Appealing Design

All businesses must have a color scheme that will define them. We ask our customers to select their special colors. The color scheme should consist of up to three colors that give a positive message. This color choice should be based on common guidelines for color meanings.

For instance, black is considered powerful while dark blue denotes professionalism, security, and formality. Light blue means trust, openness, and tranquility. Red stands for passion, attention, and importance. Green denotes nature, growth, stability, and prosperity. Each color has meaning, even white which stands for virtuous, clean, and healthy. Choose

Balance Words with Visuals

We’ve all sat through the presentation from the guy who loaded his slides up with huge blocks of text. Maybe that guy didn’t know that, sometimes, visuals really do speak louder than words!

In the small space, it’s important that strike a balance between text and visual content. Whether it’s an image, logo, or another graphic, at least one side of your card should incorporate a visual element in a major way.

Choose Fonts Wisely

When designing a business card, it’s important to be aware of what a small space is available. We only have a couple of square inches to get our point across-so we ensure you that we aren’t overloading the space with a mess of fonts!

We choose fonts that are easy to read. They should look good on a small scale, and we never overload your business card with more than 2 fonts!

Emboss Business Card

Another way to step up the luxury-feel of the card is to put some thought into its texture. Studies have actually shown that, when someone engages more than one sense in experience, their recall of that experience is better. So for getting audience reading and feeling customer cards, they’re way more likely to remember it, too.

Embossing some or all areas of the card gives it a 3-dimensional feel that can help customers to amp up the style of your card. Especially when it comes to simpler, sleeker designs, embossing can be a great way to spice up customer business cards.