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7 great business cards for UX designers

business cards for UX: 7 great business cards for UX designers
business cards for UX: 7 great business cards for UX designers

7 great business cards for UX designers

UX design is about simplicity and accessibility. It’s no surprise that UX designers tend to choose monochrome, minimalistic designs for business cards.

This simple approach can look boring when used on a business card. You don’t need to give people another reason to throw your card away. Most people don’t have enough room in their wallets.

These UX designers instead designed business cards that potential clients or collaborators will be able to keep.

Masanori Mitsuhashi

Masanori Mitsuhashi (opens in new window) is a UX designer who lives in Tokyo, Japan. Goodpatch (opens in new window) is his current employer. They are a global UI design firm with studios in Tokyo, Berlin and Tokyo. Mitsuhashi used a fun, elegant, yet functional doodle to bring this design to life. It works wonderfully.

This delightful business card is printed on traditional Japanese paper called Washi.

Sarah Nohe

Sarah Nohe, a UX designer currently works for Nebular in Florida. Her background was in anthropology, so she needed new business cards when she switched to her current career. Because her new role was all about the user, she chose to design them.

Lo Min Ming

Lo Min Ming, a California-based designer and engineer at Dropbox and co-founder of Pixelapse (opens new tab), a visual version management platform, is based in California. This denim-themed business card is a perfect example of his desire to combine the functionality and aesthetic appeal of UX.

Although it is not made from denim, the print was done on textured paper. He explains that he had arranged the letters, especially the ‘G’, in such a manner that they would be strong enough to withstand the die-cut.


Ueno (opens in a new tab) is a digital agency that offers web and UX design services to clients such as Airbnb, Medium and Cisco, Lonely Planet and Google, Reuters and Fitbit. These bright and colourful business cards convey the agency’s unique sense of humor and are very attractive.

Gustavo Youngberg

Gustavo Youngberg (opens in new window) is a web and graphic designer in San Francisco Bay. He specializes in web design, brand identity and UX design. Cushman & Wakefield is his current position as a senior digital specialist.

These business cards are a great example of how you don’t have to spend too much on printing, but just a solid design. Youngberg had these cards printed by Moo (opens in a new tab) through the Luxe Business service. He says he loves the quality and craftsmanship of their paper products as well as their packaging. Their black is real and the colours pop. It’s beautiful.

Adnan Puzic

Adrian Puzic (opens in a new tab) is a UI/UX design based in Sarajevo. His 2017 business cards feature embossed elements and are bright, bold, and clean.

We love the signature-style script letters, which help to differentiate these designs from other designs.

Marcelo Graciolli

Marcelo Graciolli (opens in new window) is a Brazilian UX/UI designer with 12 years of experience in the web sector. He is now based in London and specializes in email marketing. The gallery shows the back and front of his business cards. They feature colourful graphics that display the essence of what he does, clearly and charmingly.

We love the way he uses the eye-drawing device to convey his message.

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