And I am ready for hire!
I decided to make myself a business card this week (however, the contact information isn’t my own for privacy reasons). I really enjoyed doing this because it let me manifest my future for the next chapter of my story.
My dream job is to make documentaries. It always has been since I was little. However, I know that in the long run, I just want to be doing something with digital media (hence the fact that the business card is for many things). I never really thought about what I could call my “company” or “brand” until this semester, but after settling on A Tripp Through My Life for this blog, I think I may stick with it for a while. I really like it, I really like what I’m producing for this class, and I really want to carry it on for a while. I hope that the moments I spend in this class inspire future me and remain a large part in my story. I don’t think I’ve felt this inspired to create in a while, and I think it’s because I’m doing what I love–telling a story. I’m excited to see where it takes me.
As for the process of making the business card, I used Canva. I liked the black and white background for the front of the business card and I felt like it fit with my theme. If you go check out my home page you can see the black and white with the pale yellow theme. But when it came time for the next color, I decided to use light blue because I felt it was a good contrast to the pale yellow.
I was a very big fan of the font I used because I think it’s simple enough that it’s appealing to the eye, but it isn’t something extremely common like Times New Roman or Comic Sans.
Overall, I really like my business card, and whether I use it or not in the future, I can 100% promise I will be using the same process to create it as I used here.