It needs to speak who I am in a way that is "catchy" yet "professional"... I am looking for something classy! It cannot convey "cheap" or "discount" because I am a cadillac consultant (meaning, I do not come cheap, but I'm worth every dime).
I put together a very basic business card, which convinced me that I truly need someone else's brilliance to convey what it is i want to say in my business card (see attached but do not duplicate it because it is terrible).
- I prefer my photo be on the card Feel free to crop/enhance/zoom. (originals attached)
- I prefer my name to stand out (that is what we are branding). Creating my own font for my name would be preferable! Memorable! I like Lucida Handwriting, so keep that in mind.
- Must include following content:
-Title is JD Edwards HCM Solutions Consultant
- Certified JD Edwards Consultant
- Certified JD Edwards Trainer
-Areas of Expertise
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne & World, within that heading: Human Resources, Benefits, Payroll, Time Accounting, Employee/Manager Self Service, eRecruit
(continue area of expertise same level as first)
- Implementation Planning and Support
- Business Process Streamlining
- Systems Integration & Interfacing
- Specification Writing
- Custom Training
- UPK Developer
- HR/Payroll Reporting
- Data Conversion
- 3 quick words to describe what they get with me "Reliable, Resourceful, Results". I like the idea of few words but saying much.
- Logo or some kind of art that would symbolize who I am and what I represent, maybe this can be done via the font for my name!
- Colors are fine, and I am open to the idea of colors that will exude confidence, class, and leadership Deep rich colors. Yet one side of card should allow for ink to display (i.e. me writing a note with pen on it)
- It can't be boring and mundane
- It has to say "I'm here... but you want me here"
- round corners or different shape, although not outside of normal card size (I don't want to be a nuisance card not fitting in someone's wallet)
- Keep card timeless by "Surpassing Client Expectations Since 1995"