18 comments

  1. Simone

    A dream is your creative vision for your life in the future. You must break out of your current comfort zone and become comfortable with the unfamiliar and the unknown.

  2. dipika

    @The Best of Business Card Design,

    Thanks! Appreciate the compliments.

    @Simone,

    I think living with uncertainty is pretty much what DK has always been about. Coalescing vague ideas into cohesive patterns is our favorite thing to do.

  3. Brian

    Wow….Great post… This really gave me lots of insight in to what I should be looking for when I make my new business card. I own a car selling website, and had been looking for a design that will describe my website through images and not through words. I think you did a great job with this design. Could you please elaborate more on your graphic themes available with your readers?

  4. Adam McCain

    Dipika,

    I’m looking for concepts on how to design my own personal business card. Do you suggest I go into more casual than fun style?

    Adam McCain

  5. Nathan Campbell

    Dipika,

    I find the card really casual yet classy. What specific aspect or characteristic of the business do you first consider in making the logo and designs?

    Nathan Campbell

  6. Dipika

    @Adam @Nathan Since you had the same e-mail address I’m going to guess you’re the same “person.” Hard to respond to this kind of mechanical commentator stuff, but I guess I will try.

    All design starts with content. The better your input data, the better the result. Period.

    Great designers are good at ascertaining data. Then the work just makes itself.

  7. Cliff

    “We met at a jazz bar. Thea Habersetzer wanted a fresh logo design for a company she was going to start soon, and said she knew right away when we met that DK would be her designer. “I liked your energy,” she said.”

    That totally sounds like the voiceover at the beginning of some film noir. “Of all the jazz bars, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine.” :-)

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