Modern Business Card Design in Inkscape Aaron Nieze | August 3, 2015 | Tutorials, Videos | 8 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 Want to learn more? Draw Complex Designs in Seconds with InkscapeSnap.svg Animation Tutorial for BeginnersCreate a Business Card Template for Printing in InkscapeThe Golden Ratio in Inkscape DesignDesigning a Simple Logo in Inkscape About The Author Aaron Nieze I used to create digital educational courses for graphic design, but these days I mostly linger around here and share any cool tips and tricks I come across in Inkscape. 8 Comments 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 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! Dejan Petrović May 21, 2017 Reply Great tutorial. Thank you very much. 🙂 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! 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? Tony June 22, 2016 Reply Thank u for the tutorial Please provide the address for icons Aixa March 1, 2016 Reply Love inkscape!! ^^, great tuto!! Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment:*Name:* Email Address: Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.