Hikin' Mike wrote: »
Way, way, waaaay to busy for me. Less is more.
I don't like the competing vertical and horizontal text. Pick one. I would lose your tag line...nobody really cares (at least I don't).
I do like your logo!
rogerchester wrote: »
trying something new
eoren1 wrote: »
I'm running low on stock of my last card and am ready for a change. Also have a solo show coming up so figured this was a good opportunity.
New card's back will be random selection of my photographs and am printing as a Moo MiniCard so it is thinner than a standard business card. Oh and both cards have phone numbers under the email address. Just removed for web. Figured I could fan them out (back facing up) on a table and have people be able to see other available prints and grab some info.
Played with the QR code in PS to soften the edges. It links to my site and I plan to make a new landing page for mobile visitors.
Thoughts? Any other suggestions for the QR code?
Hinson wrote: »
Eyal; just checked out the blog and galleries and WOW! First: I LOVE the theme of your blog. So creative and you've done a masterful job of documenting your city.
Secondly; I must commend you on your shots of DC. I live about 45 minutes northwest of DC and have take many shots there but nothing to compare to the creative shots you have on your site.
eoren1 wrote: »
Thank you very much. Greatly appreciate the kind words.
adbsgicom wrote: »
Feedback very much needed and welcome. Thank you.
If there is still a watermark on the image, please look past that. I've tried having the WM removed at SmugMug, but it seems particularly sticky right now....f
JohnnyCrash wrote: »
I love my "rounded" Moo cards, and thought a samplin' of my work would best sell my skills. Plus I thought it made a "clean" appearance... >
goldenstarphoto wrote: »
Moo definitely does great quality work. I like you're sampling of cards. Very clean and gets your attention. Would love to see a link to your website in your signature.
Grayda wrote: »
I got my cards done through Moo.com. The grey side always remains the same, but the photo side changes, so there's about 40 different designs spread out over 200 cards. I give out cards based on what I think the person receiving the card would like. If they look like an animal lover, they get a shot of my cat or a dog. Others may get a landscape, or flower, or even an abstract digital work I've created. Makes the card a little more "personal"