Modern Business Card Design in Inkscape aanieze | August 3, 2015 | Tutorials, Videos | 10 Comments In this business card design tutorial, we’ll be using Inkscape to create a trendy and modern business card design. The icons used in this video can be downloaded at http://typicons.com Tags:easy, graphic design, print, trendy, tutorial Related Posts How to Draw an Adorable Nemo No Comments | Jul 30, 2014 How to Draw LEGO Bricks in Inkscape 9 Comments | Jun 27, 2014 Create an Animated Spotlight Effect in Inkscape No Comments | Aug 19, 2014 Create a Dynamic Striped Background for the Web 1 Comment | Jun 16, 2015 About The Author aanieze 10 Comments Aixa March 1, 2016 Reply Love inkscape!! ^^, great tuto!! Tony June 22, 2016 Reply Thank u for the tutorial Please provide the address for icons Dave March 27, 2017 Reply When I launch Inkscape and set page prefs to business card, I can’t move the bc around in the workspace the way you do. I also get a documents properties window defaulting to A4 page size. What am I not doing? End User May 15, 2017 Reply I dumped Windows 7 Pro x64 when I tested Inkscape, GIMP, Krita and Scribus, LibreOffice against CorelDRAW & Corel Word-Perfect (I dumped Adobe years ago for Corel)… Open-Source won me over. I even Dumped Windows for Fedora Design Suite. Another reason is I can No Longer Trust Microsoft or Apple due to spying on Users! Dejan Petrović May 21, 2017 Reply Great tutorial. Thank you very much. 🙂 Sven July 5, 2017 Reply Thank you Aaron for all the good tutorials! Aaron Nieze July 18, 2017 Reply Thank you for reading. I really appreciate it! Adil May 4, 2019 Reply Thanks for your help. I have no experience in graphic designing but your videos help me a lot. I’m making a logo for a non profit organization (community based organization). Your videos help me. Thanks Theodore November 30, 2019 Reply Thanks for the info, i couldnt find another posts to even come close to explaining this for me, thanks! Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.