Win MiniCards sets from MOO

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This week I am pleased to be holding a giveaway sponsored by MOO who have provided me with a total of 300 MiniCards to giveaway among our readers.

Like with all MOO’s products you can personalise every card with your own artwork and photos or pick from a wide range of templates!

A Little More About MOO

MOO was born out of a love of beautiful, high-quality print and design – they make designing and printing your own personalised products easy. You can either start with one of their designer templates or upload your own artwork to create truly unique and creative products.

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Competition Prize:

  • 3 sets of 100 MiniCards with free shipping worlwide (one set for each lucky winner).

How to Win!

For a chance to win all you have to do is post a comment below with what you think the worst colour a business card could be? We are looking for imaginative, inspiring and fun ideas!

The giveaway will end on Monday the 21nd (November) 2011 24:00 UTC/GMT – 3 h. and the winners will be selected using the random.org service and will be announced on Tuesday the 22nd. Winners will be chosen from the comments below! Please enter a valid email address so we are able to contact you. Good Luck!!!!

Hi!, mi name is Franco Averta, i`m from Argentina. Currently I`m studying to become a Graphic Designer. I`m the founder of Concept Dezain, my design company. Contact me via email.

20 Comments

  • November 15, 2011

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  • November 15, 2011

    Vidit Kothari

    I guess its the designer who makes a business card look great or pathetic, depending on the designer’s creative approach and sense of color.

    But for me a variation of dark pale green really turns me off

  • November 16, 2011

    Pablo Lara H

    A combination of gold and silver? a rainbow?
    It really depends on the things you do with the colors. Some designers create amazing stuff with all kind of colors. Even rainbows.

  • November 16, 2011

    Monique

    I think the worst color for business card is purplellow, it reminds me of Barney throwing up or 60’s voodoo spell gone bad. I actually was given a business card from a hair dresser that was purplellow and I never went to her salon because of those funky retro throw back colors

  • November 16, 2011

    Oluf Nielsen

    I think the worst color is, a VERY bright color, so bright that you almost get hurt looking at the card. Why is that the worst color? Because if the person who got the card can’t read the card, then it might be a problem for the company.

  • November 16, 2011

    Daniel Jernberg

    The worst would be… white text on a white card… or possibly even worse black text on a black card.
    But since neither one is a color i guess I’m wrong.

    But no color is worse than cmyk 0-0-100-0. That hurts to watch… (°~°)

  • November 17, 2011

    Pascual Aparicio

    I think those that looks lik wood in a shiny paper… the best thing you can do with them is put it on a fireplace

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  • November 17, 2011

    Mike Berg

    The worst “color(s)” you can put on a business card are white/black because they’re not even considered to be colors.

  • November 17, 2011

    Shoogle Designs

    fluorescent green on Mondays, mustard yellow on Thursdays, and baby blue from 7pm to 8.03pm… on the 6th of each month. Any other time, magenta… unless you’ve had your hair cut.

  • November 17, 2011

    Outlook Studios

    A yellow background with white letter text using a cursive font. Hurts my eyes just thinking about it.

  • November 17, 2011

    Rachel

    Camouflage. End of story.

  • November 17, 2011

    Brandon

    I think the worst colour would be cow manure hex = 99660B RGB = 153,102,11. It does not look good or sound like it lookes good.

    here is a link to the colour
    http://www.colourlovers.com/color/99660B/Cow_Manure

  • November 17, 2011

    Alan Houser

    Honestly, I think it would depend on the type of business who’s using the card.

    Let’s picture an ice-cream company with a “dollops of ice-cream” shaped die-cut card. If the card is pink or blue —fantastic! If the card is poo-brown, and is flipped-over on someone’s desk, you would never think that it wasn’t poo-related —unless the ice-cream company also runs a dog park.

    To summarize— poo brown.

  • November 18, 2011

    helgajuliana

    I think is white… for me more color more eye catching and more to remember.

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  • November 18, 2011

    Alia

    I would have to say that is dependent wholly on the creativity of the card and its purpose. I’ve seen some great designs in colors I abhor – but can still appreciate them.

    Personally I would never have a plain black text on white business card. Nor anything with overly muddy tones. I tend to think dirty swamp browns and muddy greens are amongst the most unattractive colors to have on a general business card – except where army training or dirt-shifting is your thing.

    Colors like beige and teal on their own can be rather vanilla. There are some vomitous shades of purple and pink that make me cringe a little. Worst are the combinations of clashing colors that are tied together in an even worsely crafted design.

    Cards should have impact – particularly for designers, and to be effective. Actually I think moo cards look awesome because of the ability to have different image sides – you can different colors for different situations and moods 🙂

  • November 21, 2011

    Briana D.

    I would have to say dark writing on a dark background is never good. I’ve been wanting to try these cards!

  • November 23, 2011

    Alia

    so who won – did you announce the winners here yet?

  • November 23, 2011

    Franco Averta

    Yes we did, check the main page of the blog

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