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campolar says

What are better when handing out to someone?

and can anyone suggest me what to use on the back sides? i would use my logo and some graphics, any graphics reference? graphicriver maybe? :D

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ATLChris says

I always stick with regular size cards. Moo Cards are just to small. Everytime someone gives me a Moo card, they are apologizing for the weird business cards.

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_rg_ says

i think you could do both, one for “younger” and one, the bigger one, for “older” clients.

Why? well older cients can´t understand the minimal concept, and also is very probable they couldn´t read the small type fonts. (sounds stupid but is true and many clients said that to me in the past)

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campolar says

so basically moo minicards are too mini?

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thomasb86 says

The mini cards are nice, but the regular sized business cards are better to use I think.

Less likely to be lost, fall out of wallets etc

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