The very first step to warrant the success of your new business is to introduce your brand to the market with a professionally designed business card. That just won’t happen if you don’t take all the necessary measures to optimize it 100%. So no matter how much pleased you think you are now with your current business card design, you can never be entirely sure unless you have it checked out from up close in a life-like version. To do so, just find yourself an elegant free PSD among these realistic business card mockups, ready to present your luxury logos
at a premium standard in one click.
Step by step guide to picking your ideal business card mockup among thousands of them:
- Before all else, eliminate those business card templates that don’t match the dimensions of your card. Since we have loads of blank vertical and horizontal business cards for you in store to customize in many different backgrounds, you’re good to go anyway.
- If you intend to get creative and try an uncommon shape like a square business card instead of the more conventional rectangular ones, you’ll still have nothing to worry about as long as you're on RB. It doesn’t have to be sharp edged all the time either. We’ve got some rounded business cards for that as well.
- This step is when things get even more interesting! Our collection is home to many different business card mock ups with all sorts of embossed, letter press, spot UV, or foil logos imprinted on them in gold, or silver. Download one of each, compare the results, and go with the winner!
- The textured business mockups just bring further variety to an already diverse selection with all the various kinds of text imprints on them. Hear it from us, you don’t want to finalize anything before you try them all out from a kraft paper card to a glossy card, and see which one jumps off the page better.
- Then, it's time to narrow down your options based on the angle of the photo. A perspective business card mockup might be better at capturing the design details in 3D, especially with a letter press or embossed logo. However, a front or top view might be more straightforward and expressive yet look a bit flat. So test a few samples of each kind before going to the next step.
- The next question you’re going to face is how you want your business card to be displayed. You can always gently lay it on the floor, or find a wall or something to lean your card against. If you’re not the down-to-earth type though, the sky is the limit so try floating your business cards in the air! Or you might just as well pick it up with a hand in the mockup to showcase it.
- Each mockup might include a single business card or a couple of them. Some go even beyond that and feature larger quantities in one shot, arranged in one or multiple piles of stacked business cards. Another position you can also check out is to have a bunch of your business cards laid around neatly in an isometric style.
- As a main element in corporate identity sets, business cards are also often featured next to letterheads, phone mobiles, papers, posters, books, or all kinds of other objects depending on the branding mockup you choose for your projects.