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How to Design Business Cards with DesignCap

DesignCap is a free online design software which allows you to create and design your personalized business cards for print. With this step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to build a basic business card using DesignCap.

DesignCap is a free online design software which allows you to create and design your personalized business cards for print. With this step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to build a basic business card using DesignCap.

This program can give you the basic package for free, but if you need to save a better-quality file, might want to look at the other upgraded packages.

Let’s get started!

 

  1. Sign up with DesignCap:

    Go to: https://www.designcap.com/ and create your account for the free program.DesignCap Website

  2. Select your template

    – Click on, Templates (at the top)
    – Under Categories (Left sidebar) there will be Business Cards (Click on it)
    – There will be many templates to choose from, pick one – CustomizeHow to design business cards with DesignCap - Sign Up

  3. Create a blank workspace

    Once the window pops up, just need to select everything and delete it to get a blank template

  4. “Add Heading” and “Add Subheading”

    There are options on the left hand of the window. But as for building the basic business card. We will be using the text area. You can use all the different text templates and edit them. But we will be using “Add Heading” and “Add Subheading”.

    When you click on them, the text box will show up, and then start typing. To change type styles, there are options at the top to change your text.

  5. Check your spacing:

    So this program does not have any tool as far as using spacing. The only advice is to keep the type and logo 0.125 inches away from the edge of the artboard. It is always good to get in the habit of checking your spacing.

  6. Save your project and download

    With the free version you can save the file as a JPEG and a small DPI. To save it as a PDF and High-quality DPI, DesignCap requires a paid subscription for the premium features like this..

Easy and free, that is how to design business cards using DesignCap

Do you have designing questions? See our Frequently Asked Questions page

When you have your design ready to print, your next step is to decide what kind of business cards suits your needs. 

We are a Calgary printer that prints high quality business cards such as…
Standard Business Cards
Laminated Business Cards
Plastic Business Cards
Raised Spot Business Cards
Foil Accent Business Cards

Get started now by sending your file to us!

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