Business Card or Brochure? Both.

I'm headed to the ACLEA conference in Salt Lake City this week. I'm a new member of the Association of Continuing Legal Education professionals (I know, the acronym needs some help) and am looking forward to my first ACLEA event — especially because I'm doing lots more speaking about innovation, creativity, marketing, alternative billing, etc. to lawyers, firms and at CLE's.

Since I'm working on a website redesign (live in August) that helps show visually what I do, I thought I'd use some of the images we've created for the web on new 3" x 5" business cards that double as a kind of brochure. (I'm using a 6" x 5" card folded in half).

Here's the inside of the folded card:

And here's the back and front:


And here are the LexThink cards I've been using. Let me know what you think!  Here's the card in pdf format.

4 Responses to Business Card or Brochure? Both.
  1. steve lawler
    July 24, 2009 | 6:57 am

    a big wow for me. I especially like the two images, you with light bulb and you with flip charts, images, output. Clear and powerful.

  2. Susan Cartier Liebel, Esq.
    July 24, 2009 | 8:45 am

    Matt, this powerful imagery and sends a clear message. Nice work!

  3. Gabriel Cheong
    July 24, 2009 | 9:12 am

    oh wow…I definitely like these cards better than your last batch. They they the idea across in a visual and innovative way. Very modern. Great design.

  4. Linda Kruschke
    August 5, 2009 | 5:13 pm

    I got one of these “business cards” at the ACLEA conference – they are definitely innovative and original. Very impressive.

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