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Visual Thinking for Business - Make Your Point

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Final Step: Bring Everything Together

The last and final steps in order to create your business cards are:

1) You will have to put a lot of visuals on one sheet of paper – try to do that on a rather big sheet – it will provide more space for you.

2) Start out with simpler, smaller sketches before you go big.

3) When you switch to the big paper, use a pencil first – because you do not want to ruin an overall design at the very end when working with a marker.

4) Then start using the marker and go over your pencil sketch.

5) Add further details, colours, shadow and connectors.

6) If you want to make your card smaller - take a photo and adjust the size digitally.


"I started working on my final version, taking all the individual parts into consideration. While I had worked in my sketchbook for the individual parts, I now used some larger paper to have more space and options to place the icons. I did this in A3 to have a lot of space. A further advantage of this approach is that when you are finished and you take a photo, you can reduce the size and suddenly all your sketches look much more professional through the shrinking process. Give it a try! Here is my final version. First the pencil draft, and then with marker and colours. It is not yet perfect but it is a good first shot at how a professional business card based on visuals could look like! I also have to admit that my personal portrait turned out much nicer than reality. Well, it probably rather represents me a couple of years ago. However, I decided to keep it that way – and you can and should do so, too!" ☺

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Bring everything together: business card

3 comments

Hey There!
Here's my new brand "Business Card".
Thanks for watching!
Bye!

Comments

over 1 year ago

Great structure! Looks very good!

very nice! great structure and simple, convincing details - this is very powerful!

over 1 year ago

Really good and clear structure! I like it. :-)

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