Business Cards + Hackergotchi = Awesome

I was looking for something zesty to personalise our 2007 business cards, and stumbled on the idea of putting hackergotchis on them. At first I thought it would suck pretty badly, but on changing the effective DPI of the image (meaning no interpolation or lossy scaling), I discovered that the average hackergotchi will be about 8mm² at 300dpi. Perfect!

Has anyone made hackergotchi-powered business cards before?

My ugly mug…

Waugh Partners Business Card 2007 - Jeff

… and Pia’s beautiful wedding hackergotchi:

Waugh Partners Business Card 2007 - Pia

… and someone asked if we put anything on the back…

Waugh Partners Business Card 2007 - Back

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9 Responses to Business Cards + Hackergotchi = Awesome

  1. Luis says:

    I like the t/f/m/e. I’m sure I’ve seen it before, but it hadn’t *stuck*. I’ll keep that in mind for my next set.

    –Luis (very happy with his moo.com cards)

  2. jdub says:

    Yeah, it’s good. I usually use ‘p’ instead of ‘t’, but it looked really ugly with this layout and font. ‘t’ seems so… archaic. 😉

  3. danw says:

    “iNaugh Partners”? 🙂

  4. John says:

    are you guys doing iPods? wasn’t sure from the way waugh was formed

  5. numpty says:

    Bleah, wedding pictures should stay on mantelpieces 🙂

  6. Anonymous says:

    Where will you get these printed?

  7. jdub says:

    Odd question. 🙂 We use the local branch of a small print shop chain, We Print It. They’ve been really good with us.

  8. Cote' says:

    I like the back. That’s awesome.

    Did you check out cards from moo.com? I have some and they’re nice.

  9. i think we better rip off the text in the back… that looks great and it describes us too… 😉

    seriously the pics are a v nice tough… great. people always says i am great with names or vice-versa. this gives both.

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