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Multisensory Effects for Unforgettable Business Cards

Posted Monday, March 09, 2020

Multisensory Effects for Unforgettable Business Cards | H&H Graphics

Have you ever seen a business card that reveals a hidden message when photographed? How about one that is textured and scented?

Special effects printing for business cards is an underutilized – yet highly effective – avenue of marketing. Branding company or individual business cards with unique characteristics can make a difference when it comes to networking and acquiring new customers.

Unlock your networking potential with scented, textured, and creative business cards that will leave a lasting impression and increase the likelihood of future business opportunities.

Stand Out in the Crowd with a Unique Effect (or Two)

After a long networking event, many people sort through their accumulated business cards to determine which ones to keep and which to toss. With H&H Graphic’s unique array of special effects, we'll help to land your card in the "keep" pile.

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Business Cards Too Cool to Be Forgotten

Posted Monday, February 26, 2018

Business Cards Too Cool to Be Forgotten | H&H Graphics

Be Remembered: Thermochromic Printing for Business Cards | H&H Graphics

Think business cards are passé? You haven't seen what special effects printing techniques can do for business cards.

A recent Wall Street Journal column makes the case: a growing number of the ambitious set are turning to business cards that express more than just the usual name, rank and telephone number on a standard 3.5" x 2" piece of card stock.

The good news for you: no one has more experience at printing with thermochromic ink and other special effects, on business cards as well as for a wide variety of other printed materials, than H&H Graphics.

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Be Remembered: Thermochromic Printing for Business Cards

Posted Monday, March 28, 2016

Be Remembered: Thermochromic Printing for Business Cards | H&H Graphics

If you want your business card to stand out, you may consider a glossy finish, or maybe even a raised UV coating printed on high quality cardstock.

Would your card stand out if, when someone touched it, they would see your contact information or something else about you based on the warmth of their fingertips? This is possible with thermochromic printing.

What Is Thermochromic Printing?

Thermochromic coatings change color in response to temperature fluctuations. There are two primary types of chromic coatings: liquid crystals and leuco dyes. The most famous application ever, the "mood" ring of the 1970s, was a liquid crystal.

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