Qtip: Personal Design


From the Facebook discussion board Danielle Irvine asks, “I love the way the ‘save the dates’ you designed for my wedding turned out! What are some other things you can design for a person that is not affiliated with a company?”

Qtip:
People need branding too. Whether your an aspiring entreprenuer or someone looking for a job, you can benefit from design. Here are some examples of what we call personal design:

  • A personal business card with your name, number, and email ┬áis a great thing to keep in your wallet, purse, or car. Networking is a sure fire way to make it to the top and handing over a card with your info on it makes your connection likely to last.
  • Artists with a portfolio, a customer service rep with a lot of thank you brag emails, a chef with recipes; these are all people would would benefit from a personal website. Anyone that has something to say and wants to make connections should have a website.
  • Why send boring unoriginal invitations or thank you notes. Customized invites and note cards are always a hit and can fit in with your unique party themes. For just a few extra dollars people will remember those “cool” invites you sent them.

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1 comment

  1. Danielle says:

    Thanks! I’ll definitely be inquiring about wedding invites!

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