Calling Card Design

GFM designer works with numerous USA, Canada and Europe telecom companies, calling card Distributors &resellers for calling cards concept and design.

Calling card design is generally a conceptual artwork. Designing a professional calling card can make a big impact in the market where there are numerous calling cards.

GFM designer, graphic design company, graphic design agency calling card designers help telecom companies and other firms to Outshine competitors and do the work of designing a vibrant and catchy calling cards.

We are up to the challenge of designing a concept calling card from start to finish with a sense of style.Calling card design is generally a conceptual artwork. Designing a professional calling card can make a big impact in the market where there are numerous calling cards.

Access Technology calling card designers help telecom companies and other firms to Outshine competitors and do the work of designing a vibrant and catchy calling cards. We are up to the challenge of designing a concept calling card from start to finish with a sense of style. A man’s calling card was simple and plain in design. About the size of a playing card (they were toted about in a carrying case tucked in one’s breast pocket), they bore a man’s name, and later on, his address as well. The name was written in the center, sometimes with a middle initial and sometimes not.

A young man did not preface his name with “Mr.” A military officer included his rank and branch of service. A physician could include his professional title, as in “Dr. Robert Smith,” or “Robert Smith M.D.” But honorary titles such as Prof., Hon., and Esq. were not acceptable. The card sometimes also included the name of the gentleman’s club or fraternal organization a man belonged to. A man might have a set of calling cards that included his address and a set that left that space blank. This latter type of card would be larger and engraved with fancier writing. The blank space would be used for written notes inviting a friend to dinner or the theater or some other social event. Read more: http://artofmanliness.com/2008/09/07/the-gentlemans-guide-to-the-calling-card/#ixzz1EJi1m47p

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