Originally Posted by ezkcdude
I'm rather fond of that one as well. At this point I'm planning on using that (but just the logo) as the flipside. Really clean and uncluttered, with all the other info on the back.
Originally Posted by Eugene
The phone number especially is barely readable in most of those examples. Aside from logos, informational text should be an easy to read, serif font.
Yeah, my quality control isn't too great at 4 AM. Sorry 'bout that. Any in particular you love/hate?
I'm trying to create a little bit of a mood with the font, so if I didn't use it in one of the above cards chances are I thought it was too dull.
By the same token, I don't want to cross the line from funky to illegible.
Here's my take, with that and a little more focus in mind:
Good: top row, middle; second row, third; both fonts used in the last row.
Bad: really mostly the two on the right in the third row. But it wouldn't be very difficult to change the font (to something that blends in, not a completely different one!) for just the numbers.
Anyway, 6 AM = bedtime! (My sleeping schedule is official fucked. up.)