The Case For Not Putting Logos on Business Cards

Deciding what you want to include in your business card design can often end up being a real exercise in frustration. There are just so many things that you could potentially throw into the mix that you would perpetually be concerned that you would leave something out that you might later realize was wholly necessary in order to make your business card look complete. In spite of the fact that this is the case, it is important to note that some things that are considered standard for business cards are actually not necessary at all.

Many would think that adding logos to Black Metal Kards is essential, but the exact opposite of this happens to be true. We would go so far as to say that logos are the worst things that you could ever put on your business card at the end of the day.

Your logo might represent your brand identity, but when you are dealing with highly limited business card real estate you need to make a few judgment calls and unfortunately logos are rarely if ever going to make the cut.

A logo is going to take up far too much space and not leave enough room for more important things like the name of the company as well as contact details for the person that the card was initially made for. Without this information, your business card would end up becoming just another useless piece of paper. More established businesses might want to incorporate a logo, but for newer businesses whose logos might not hold that much weight adding them to a business card is a bit like putting the cart before the horse.