Business card

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Create a card that gets people’s attention With a variety of designs


Spot uv: 3.5″ x 2″ l6pt c2slspot uv Both Side / Silk velvet
Spot UV: 3.5″ x 2″ l6pt CZSI Spot UV / Silk Lamination
Ultra Thick: 3.5″ x 2″ 32 pt / Unco ated I Standard

Brown Kraft: 3.5″ x 2- lB pt Uncoated KraftSpot UV: 3.5″ x 2- 16 pt C2S/ Raised
Magnet Cards: 3.5″ x 2- 17 pt / Uncoated
Magnet Cards: 3.5″ x 2- 17 pt / UV Standard
PVC: 3.5″ x 2″ (4C + 4C + AQ) / Standard / Premium
Gold Foil Velvet: 3.5″ x 2″ (5C + 4C + AQ) 16Pt Raised fold front / Double Sid




Business cards or visitor card are cards bearing business information about a company or individual. They are shared during formal introductions as a convenience and a memory aid.

 The common weight of a business card varies by location. Generally, business cards are printed on stock that is 350 g/m2 (density), 45 kg (100 lb) (weight), or 12 pt (thickness).

 At first, these cards were noticeably lighter in weight, and the perforations could be felt along the edges, but improvements in the design of both printers and paper have made it possible to print cards with a professional look and feel.

High-quality visitor card without full-color photographs are normally printed using spot colors on sheet-fed offset printing presses. Some companies have gone so far as to trademark their spot colors.
  •  printing
  •   soft touch
  •  spot UV
  •   brown kraft
  •  matte cover
  •   silk lamination
  •   ultra-thick
  •  magnet cards
  •   PVC
  •  Gold foil valve

LED Display screen /LED channel Letters/LED Light boxes/full color/digital signage/digital display board/outdoor LED display/Indoor LED display/Business card design/Flyer/Banner/Brochures


What is the difference between matte, glossy and soft touch ?

Matte Cards are shine-free, and you can even write on them with a permanent marker
Gloss  Cards accentuate color and gives depth, making images more vibrant with a dramatically shiny finish
Soft touch Cards have a shine-free, velvety coating that makes people want to hang on to your card.

What information should my business card include?

The majority of businesses will want to include only the most essential information on their business card, without any distracting content. For most companies, this means including their logo as the central element, along with important contact information.

You want your cards easy to read at a quick glance. Avoid filling up the entire card, leave some white space and keep it clean. Information you certainly want to include:

• Your name and title (if applicable)

• Company name and address

• Phone number

• E-mail address

• Company website

Different Businesses Require Different Card Designs

The best business card design for you will depend on the type of business you are in. The colors, images, and font(s) you select all contribute to the look and feel you are going for. For example, bright colors and alternative fonts are best suited for businesses in the entertainment industry.

On the other hand, lawyers, consultants, and similar service based businesses will want to stick to a minimalistic style design, with white space and neutral colors, in order to represent a reliable and professional image.

What makes good business cards?

A good card conveys the image of your business and provides all the necessary information on how you can be contacted. Your business cards should also present a processional and distinct representation of your company.

1 review for Business card

  1. alex

    We have placed orders with citylight for over 2 years and have always gotten excellent service. When we’ve experienced a question or problem, the customer service team is always quick to help

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