How to Use Feng Shui to Design a Successful Business Card
If someone likes your card, they’ll hold onto it longer. If it’s unpleasant or cheap looking it will often end up in the recycle bin.
One of the first steps is to give your business cards a good look and that can be achieved with Feng Shui.
Use these 7 tips for designing business cards that will provide a good representation of your company – and may help boost your income!
1. Promote your growth. Trees are representative of growth and movement. Most business cards are “felled trees.” That is, they’re a rectangle (tree) shape, yet they are printed on the horizontal. Try placing your card design on the vertical. This is called the “chai” shape and it’s considered to bring money luck and much good fortune and riches. It also represents upward growth.
2. Use complimentary colours. As a rule certain colours and images don’t go together, such as black and yellow, yellow and green, red and blue or metallic colors, green and metal colors. Complimentary colours include blue and white, blue and black with metallic colors, red and yellow, green and brown with red, yellow and beige with metal colours.
3. Logos should move forward. Any logo that looks like it’s moving right to left will be going backwards. All movement in the logo should appear moving from left to right. This indicates forward growth and not heading backward. Even swirls and spirals should look and spiral to the right.
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