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In this video i show you how to make a professional simple business card using photoshop cs3 however it is the same on cs2 ...
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What's up YouTube, its Creative Ice Designs here. And today I'm going to show you how to make a professional looking business card. Like the one you can see in the screen here. It’s really easy to make and it’s an important thing you need to know if you want to advance in your business. Okay, that didn’t make sense but, it don’t matter, here’s how you make it. So I want you to go file, new. Use 500x250 pixels. Okay, press OK. I'm locking the layer by clicking on this lock. Press OK. And make a rectangle shape, like so. Roughly like that. And let's position it on there. Cool. Now get your text write your company’s name. So me, Creative Ice. Okay, its way too big so we resize it, like so. I say around there. Okay. And now what you want to do underneath that is write a slogan or anything. So I'm just going to write urban lifestyle. Okay. Change the color to black. And resize it. A bit smaller. What I like to do is make it roughly the same length, see over here, Creative Ice ends over there. What I like to do is make urban lifestyle ends around there. So what you want to do is change the tracking for the selected characters. No idea what it is, but I just know how to do it. So around there. Okay. And then underneath that, write whatever you do. So for me, Creative Ice is a graphic design company. It does photography. And it’s releasing a clothing range, so clothing range. Now make this a gray. And make it a lot smaller. Okay. And there we have it. Now what we want to do is write the employee’s name. So for me, it’s going to be Deivid Colkevicius. Yes, I know, it’s a weird name. That’s pretty cool. Make it black and make it bold. Alright. And position it there. Underneath the name, you write the employee’s, worker’s job position. So for me, it is company owner. Okay, don’t make that bold. And position it into there, make it a bit smaller. Okay. Now, underneath that, we put the address or location of the business. For example, Creative Ice, I started the company and it’s my house. So I don’t really want to put the address because it’s not an office. So I just put the location, so it will be Wembley, London. Okay. Make that a lot bigger and make it capitals. Wembley, London. Make it a bit smaller. Okay. Now underneath that, you put the email. So I would put email@example.com. And beneath that you put the website, it’s on www.creativeice.com. Okay. Just position them to a bit lower. Now on the side here you got telephone number, so T for telephone, 020 8908 4225. Like so. And position that over there. And you got the fax, to me fax is the same as my telephone number, okay. And just position it there. Text again and mobile. So it will be 07900983911. Leave a space after the 5th one. So 1-2-3-4-5. Space there. Like so. Okay. If there's anything else you want to put, so let's say my hotmail, my MSN and my email are different ones as I don’t use my MSN or my email much. But I paid for a hotmail and firstname.lastname@example.org. Okay. And that way you can instant message me wherever. If it looks a bit outrageous, play around. And that’s pretty much it. I hope that helps. And that’s it. I hope that helps, and thanks for watching. Please comment, rate, and subscribe.