How to make this design:
Start from http://www.goodprint.co.uk/business-card-designer.php?id=219863
In this design, I chose Gill as it’s a neat, modern typeface and the symbols are nice and clear. Choose some letters or symbols to make your logo or monogram out of (in this case I chose the curly brackets) and enter them in the very first tiny box.
Choose your colours. The primary text colour actually changes the colour of the box and the first line below it. Experiment until you are happy.
Enter your company name in the next two tiny boxes (there’s no letter limit).
TIP: If the words are too long for the line, this design shrinks the letters to fit. I made the ‘THE’ smaller than the other lines by adding lots of spaces either side of it to make it shrink.
Add the rest of your details as you wish, leaving the address and phones for the back.
Choose the portrait back layout which just has text ranged left. If necessary, change the colour of the background to match the front.
Enter all of your address and phone details in one block in the first 3 text fields with about 20 line returns in front to move the text block to the bottom of the page. Choose the smallest type size. The colour and the font should already match the front, but if it doesn’t, change it so that it does. I also made the phone field bold so that it was easier to find on the card.