Business card design templates are great for designers who just don’t have the time to create their own designs. When looking for a great business card design, you want something that will stand out but still convey what you do and what your strengths are.
There are certain design themes that I think aren’t suitable for business cards because they’re cliched, generic, and (in my opinion) would generally make the wrong impression on your prospective client or business associate. Maybe bokeh, pastel/dreamy gradients, and swooshes should go the way of the dinosaur, at least when it comes to business cards.
Graphic designers and web designers should have business cards that are bold. They should absolutely make a statement, saying, “Hey, hire me!” or “Hey, work with me!” so having a memorable card should be important.
Although I’m always on the lookout for free designer resources, something as important as a business card should reflect who you are! Frankly, most free business card templates just don’t do that. The ones I’ve chosen as my top 5 are reasonably priced (usually around $6), which is a fraction of most designers’ hourly rates.
Without further ado, here are my top five business card design templates for web and graphic designers:
Cloud Word Tag Business Card
Bold, colorful, and customizable, this business card template provides a great starting point for a card that will tell your clients exactly what you do. You can customize all the colors, text, and the font, so this is one template that you can make your own with just a few tweaks. Check it out »
Transparent and Colorful Business Card
Create your own colorful aura that will awe everyone you give this card to. You can easily customize the colors and the text; design companies can create a uniquely colored card for everyone in their company. Check it out »
Photographer’s Business Card
Showcase your best photos (or even web designs!) with this template. The main color can easily be changed, and this can easily be suited for wedding photographers, stock photographers, and even fashion photographers. Check it out »
Designer’s Business Card
I’m not a huge fan of dark business cards, but I think the first side of this card makes up for it with bright white letters and the bright green for the words “Creative Design”. I also think it’s clever enough for potential clients to remember. Check it out »
Tear Away Business Card
This designer’s business card template also has an organized tag cloud effect going, but it’s subtle and intriguing at the same time. There are three color schemes available, and the bright colors balance out the black perfectly. Check it out »
Are you particularly proud of your business card or do you hate pulling your business card out because you’re ashamed of its design? Do you think your business card speaks to who you are?