No minimums, and no hassles!
No minimums, and no hassles!
To order custom name badges, simply shoot us an email!
We will want to know your desired style of badge, color, backing, etc. You can then send us any files you think we might need, like your logo, or a custom graphic background. If you have a badge design already, you can send us that too. If we’re designing for you,
we’ll send you a proof before we process your order.
Curtis and Elizabeth started this new adventure in name badges in January 2023. Curtis brings his background in logistics and customer service, and Elizabeth brings her background in graphic design, promotional and accounting, making for an equally balance customer service experience.
At the core of our works are the values of honesty, integrity,
and respect. Our goal is to do the best job we possibly can by providing the most appropriate products available to serve your needs. From name badges to various promotional items, we are here to help you find what you need, whether we guide you to one of our products or another.
When you work with us, we’ll listen to you and follow through because we believe that’s the only way we’ll earn your trust and friendship.
We want the privilege of serving you and the opportunity to help you grow your visibility and business.
Here are the top three to keep in mind when starting a new design...
How many times has someone rudely squinted at your chest desperately trying to make out those tiny letters? This is self defeating, embarrassing and actually works to decrease your approachability. Not to mention it makes the other person feel ridiculous!
So, much like a retail price tag, your badge must be legible from about 5 feet away — both the font and the tag itself. And, consider the million of eyes over 40, that have or will reach their bifocal days, this is why we recommend large fonts for names in particular. Also, if your audience is in that 40 and over group - try to avoid cursive, script or other fancy letters in your name.
The most effective background color for badges is white. This allows maximum visibility for your logo, name and position. Dark blue, green or red backgrounds are used occasionally, but they have a tendency to reduce contrast with the rest of the badge.
Write the font in black or dark blue. Never use yellow, orange, pink or any other light color. Even if a dark color choice means an aesthetic digression, fashion must be outweighed by your nametag’s approachability and visibility!
Avoid printed borders, unnecessary clutter or too much text. Make it easy on the eyes. All of the information contained must be readable and memorable in less than five seconds. For trade shows or other venues with hundreds of people and limited time, be sure that your company name, position and logo are positioned adequately from a networking/prospecting standpoint. (Still legible at a distance.)
Other than that, make sure that any supplementary, less important text is significantly smaller than the name itself. Remember, they call them name badges because the name must be the focal point, whether it’s the name of the person or the name of the company, those are the two most important pieces of information.
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