I’ve been a fan of MOO’s business cards and other printable products for years. Now, the company has stepped up the business card game with the introduction of its new Business Cards+ product line that features an embedded NFC chip. [Read more…]
Moo just sent me a 10% discount code to pass along to those of you who haven’t tried Moo cards before. In case you didn’t already know, I’m a big fan of Moo cards. I’ve tried the standard business cards and the cool mini cards, and really dig them both.
Here’s the discount code: BHWU9R
The code will work for first time customers of Moo.com through January 31.
I recently ordered some business cards from moo.com. They arrived in my mailbox yesterday. I’m very impressed with how these Moo cards look – and how easy they were to order.
In the past, I’ve used a Photoshop template to set up my business card designs, which I tinkered with forever before I was finally happy with the design. Then, I ended up ordering hundreds of the same card.
Granted, that works fine for a lot of folks; however, I really liked the idea of shaking things up by using multiple images as a featured photo in the same batch of business cards. I think other photographers might appreciate this as well. In fact, with Moo, every single card can use a different image if you so choose.