7 Fantastic Business Cards for UX Designers
UX design emphasizes simplicity and accessibility. As such, UX designers often opt for monochromatic, minimalistic designs when designs for business cards.
On a business card, this straightforward approach may appear uninteresting. But don’t give people another reason to throw your card away – most people simply don’t have enough room in their wallets. These UX designers instead created business cards that potential clients or collaborators can keep.
Masanori Mitsuhashi (opens in new window) is a UX designer based in Tokyo, Japan. Goodpatch (opens in new window) is his current employer; they are a global UI design firm with studios around the world including Tokyo, Berlin and Kyoto. Mitsuhashi created this design using an appealing yet practical doodle – it works beautifully! This charming business card is printed on traditional Japanese paper, known as Washi.
Sarah Nohe is a UX designer currently employed at Nebular in Florida. With an academic background in anthropology, Sarah needed new business cards when transitioning into this role; since it was all about the user experience, she decided to design them herself.
Lo Min Ming
Lo Min Ming, a designer and engineer at Dropbox as well as co-founder of Pixelapse (opens new tab), an innovative version management platform, hails from California. His business card showcases both his commitment to UX design while conveying both functionality and visual appeal.
Although not made from denim, the print was created on textured paper. He explained that he had carefully designed the letters – especially the ‘G’ – so they would remain strong even after being die-cut.
Ueno (opens in a new tab) is an innovative digital agency that provides web and UX design services to clients such as Airbnb, Medium, Cisco, Lonely Planet/Google/Reuters/Fitbit. Their vibrant business cards showcase their sense of humor and are highly visible.
Gustavo Youngberg (opens in new window) is a web and graphic designer based in San Francisco Bay Area. His expertise lies in web design, brand identity design and UX design; currently employed as Senior Digital Specialist by Cushman & Wakefield.
These business cards show how you don’t need to spend a fortune on printing – just quality design. Youngberg had his cards printed by Moo (opens in new tab) through their Luxe Business service and loves both their paper products and packaging – their black is real and vibrant colors really pop! It’s stunning!
Adrian Puzic (opens in a new tab) is an UI/UX designer based in Sarajevo. His 2017 business cards boast embossed elements for added visual impact while being bright, bold, and uncluttered.
We adore the signature-style script letters, which help distinguish these designs from other designs.
Marcelo Graciolli (opens in new window) is a Brazilian UX/UI designer with 12 years of experience in the web sector. He’s now based in London and specializes in email marketing. The gallery showcases both sides of his business cards; vibrant graphics capture the essence of what he does clearly and charmingly. We adore the way he employs eye drawing as a vehicle for conveying his message.