Standard Two-Color Business Cards
Flat or Raised... Which One is Right for You?
Both our flat printed and raised print business cards are professional in appearance and appealing in price. However, there are differences in the two technologies.
|Flat and raised printed business cards are both professional in appearance. Raised printing has an embossed look to the finished product (notice how the logo on the image at right has a raised appearance).
Again, both our flat and raised printed business cards are very eye pleasing - but they are printed using two distinct printing processes...
Flat Printing or offset printing, is considered the conventional print technique and is utilized for our business cards, stationery, and many other AcclaimID print products. Offset printing can be used to color match your company colors - at an additional charge to our standard colors. This is especially useful if your company has a pre-defined color and you need an exact "match" for all your printed products.
Raised Printing or thermography, is a print process that produces a raised print image, producing a distinguished look. This process is especially appealing for printing of certain types of logos and other graphics as the rasied image stands out on the paper / business card.
Raised print business cards are lower in overall price, but are not the best choice for all applications. Some graphics and/or logos may not reproduce properly using this raised, thermography technique. If you have a graphic or logo that you're not sure about, please feel free to contact us toll-free at 800 676-5501.
AcclaimID offers a unique online design system which allows you to create your own business card in just a few short minutes. Enter your personal information (name, company name, address, phone, etc.) into our database, choose artwork from our clipart library, or upload your own custom logo/artwork - all with the click of a few buttons.
We will soon expand our system to accept pre-designed business cards. This is especially handy for advertising agencies, graphic designers, or anyone who wants to design their own business card - using software already on their individual computers.