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"From the start, when I was browsing business card the single, sophisticated letter stood out to me. I looked at other cards but this was the one I always kept coming back to. I have moved a lot and will move more in the future so having a card with an address as part of the design was not what I needed. Also, I don't use faxes so I didn't need that either. It provided me with the only necessary things: phone number, email and website. I do wish I had managed to get my font a little bigger for those details, only because I worry it might be hard to see for anyone who's older. But really it looked an average font size when I compared it to other text on paper. I chose the pink (begonia), but would have liked to see something either more green or blue, rather than the teal in between. It was ok, but didn't elicit an "ooh" like the pink, and I'm not even a fan of pink. The grey on that (such as at the bottom or circle in background) does have a hint of blue to it, which I wasn't so sure about when I received my cards but have come to like it more. I also capitalized the first letter in my name rather than leaving it lowercase as in the design shown. I put my business slogan on the back of it, which summarizes what my business is to people I've just met. Finally, it seems to elicit good responses, judging by people's expressions when I hand it to them."