It is split according to the use of the Print Name Cards. Commercial cards are created mainly for correspondence purposes. In the past, citizens did not connect extensively due to the underdevelopment of economy and transportation, so the market for Print Name Cards is not high. With the reform and opening up in the Mainland, population movements have accelerated, and people-to-people exchanges have increased. Print Name Cards usage has begun to increase. Especially in recent years, information has begun to develop with economic development, and Print Name Cards used for commercial activities have become the mainstream of the market. There are two ways people can communicate with each other: one is contact between friends, the other is contact between offices, one is commercial and the other is non-commercial, which is the basis for classifying Print Name Cards.





Global Variations of Print Name Cards


In Japan, the Print Name Cards is called "Famous Thorn." Typically the business name appears at the top of the highest print format, then the working description and finally the actual name. This information is written with Japanese characters and is usually Latin characters on the reverse.



Usually, Meishi may also include QR codes to provide contact information in a precise form of the machine, which has not yet become a common practice. Less than 3 percent of Japanese people had Meishi printed with QR codes, according to a 2007 survey.



The card can be put on the top two corners, face-up, and rotated, the person holding the master brake will read it, and then use both hands to catch it in the two corners below. Putting your finger on the name or other detail is impolite. People are required to read the card after receiving the "Famous Instructor," and to assign the name and grade of the individual.



Then, let's thank another guy, say "choudai itashimasu" ("I accept your Print Name Cards") or "choudai shimasu," and bow. When exchanging Meishi between different parties, for example, between the company’s president and middle managers, certain combined entities should extend their Print Name Cards in such a way that they are in a higher role.  The artificial replacement of Meishi below or below.



Meishi should be placed in a smart holster that is not warm or wearable, both of which are regarded as signs of disrespect or carelessness. The received famous poems should not be written on the pocket or in the pocket; When Meishi is on the bed, the receiver places it on the top of the holster before they exit the bed.



If the meeting is attended by multiple persons and one person gets multiple Meishis, the person with the highest rank is placed on the leather box and another person is placed on the bench. The way the recipient treats the presenter's Meishi shows how the recipient will treat the presenter. Acts such as folding the card in half, or inserting the presenter 's name in the back pocket are considered disrespectful.



Japanese managers or officials typically have two titles: one is Japanese, used by Japanese compatriots, in the order of Japanese names (surname first), and the other is used by foreigners whose titles are in Spanish (last name).


5 Trends of Print Name Cards Design


For many business experts, Your Print Name Cards is the first (sometimes the only) marketing material you see before your customers decide to follow up or buy. The company strives therefore to make completely different Print Name Cards and to stand out from the competition. Combining distinctive tastes with the many possibilities that new technology provides, you can design and print personalized Print Name Cards. Perhaps the most versatile marketing material, Print Name Cards still follow contemporary trends, which will make your brand look fresh and interesting. The following is a thorough guide to five developments in the design and printing of Print Name Cards which you can use today to distinguish businesses.



1.  Interactive Print Name Cards

Mutual Print Name Cards are growing exponentially with industry analysts replacing internet media with printing operations. QR codes, augmented reality, scannable smartphone numbers and social media are all examples of ways to interact with Print Name Cards.



2. Minimalist Print Name Cards 

Now, the main focus is on that. Minimalism is also an ideal technique for developing venture cards.


3. Unique die-cut Print Name Cards 

There are still die-cut Print Name Cards but the convergence of new die-cutting technologies and competitive die-cut rates allows them more common than ever. Die-cutting makes the company special, something that is not feasible with other modeling and printing techniques. Mainly because you can create custom die-cut shapes that are relevant to your business and can't be ignored at all.


4. Printing Print Name Cards 

Printing is continually changing, and the projects should feature visual effects and trademark tools. When most of the visual elements are represented in your layout, your Print Name Cards will stand out, get attention, and be easy to remember.



5. Square Print Name Cards

I specifically printed a square Print Name Cards for network operation dissemination last year and the feedback was amazing-I sent someone to remove the message, and I got more follow-up calls than the previous network activity. My motto is that my company is distinctive and the square is illustrating the idea.

Elements of Name Cards Printing


1. The constituent elements that belong to the shape of Print Name Cards are:


(symbolic or decorative patterns)


(logos shaped by patterns or words)

Product name

 (standard font of the product, also called synthetic text or trademark text)

Frame, shading 

(beautify the layout, set off the theme)



2. The elements that belong to the text of Print Name Cards are:

Company name 

(including company's full name in Chinese and English and business items)


(Complete short sentence expressing corporate style)


(Chinese and English title and name)

Contact information 

(Chinese and English address, telephone, mobile phone, pager, fax number)



3. Other relevant elements to Print Name Cards:


(collocation of hue, lightness, and saturation)


(overall arrangement of text and patterns)


Exchanging Print Name Cards


Business activities require the printing of personal Print Name Cards. When printing Print Name Cards, it should not be exaggerated in the column of their position. It is best to print a variety of different Print Name Cards and give different Print Name Cards on different occasions.



Don't forget to bring Print Name Cards when doing business. Print Name Cards should be kept in holders with different print titles. Print Name Card holders are better put on the jacket's chest in the sleeves, not in the trouser pockets.



When exchanging Print Name Cards, it is best to stand and hand it to the other party politely. If you are sitting, you should stand up and show respect when you come over. Greeting each other before exchanging Print Name Cards with the other party. Keep your Print Name Cards clean, and don’t hand out dirty Print Name Cards.



If you want to get the Print Name Cards of the other party, and he did not give it to you, you can ask the tone: "If there is nothing inconvenient, please give me a Print Name Cards."



People of lower rank or lower roles or anyone who visit will first hand out Print Name Cards. If more people are visited by the other party, you should first exchange the Print Name Cards with the owner or someone with a higher status.



Do not write or fold the Print Name Cards on the spot after receiving the Print Name Cards of the other party.


Manuscript Section of Print Name Cards


1. The standard size of Print Name Cards: 90mm × 54mm 90mm × 50mm 90mm × 45mm.

However, plus 2mm for the upper, lower, left and right sides of the bleeding, the production size must be set to 94 × 58mm / 94mm × 54mm / 94mm × 49mm.

In addition:

Horizontal version: 90 * 55mm <square corner> 85 * 54mm <round corner>

Vertical version: 50 * 90mm <square corner> 54 * 85mm <round corner>

Square version: 90 * 90mm 95 * 95mm


2. If the final product is larger than the size of a Print Name Cards, please indicate the appropriate size you want. The sides upper, lower, left, and right are also 2 mm each.


3. The color mode should be CMYK and the image file should be above 350dpi.


4. When the text is complete, there's no need to create cross lines and break lines.