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Popups and opt-in forms can encourage your visitors to subscribe to your email list and help you in generating leads. If you want to grow your email subscribers, you must design visually appealing popup forms that are targeted to certain visitors.

With the help of WordPress Popup Plugins, you can customize the popups to express your style. Here is the list of Top 10 WordPress Popup Plugins.

1. Popup Maker:

Popup Maker offers great Support Forum which is helpful for users to share their queries. This plugin helps you build any kind of modal or content overlay for your website. This supports most of the popular plugins such as Gravity forms, Ninja form 7, etc. Popup Maker can easily target WordPress content visitors. This popup plugin is compatible with mobile phones. Also, this is a free plugin. Popup editor allows you to create modal forms, option popup, EU cookie notices, etc. Furthermore, Auto Open Trigger lets you set the time and customize the popup display. The Cookie Creation Event allows you to set the frequency and edit the cookies.

2. OptinMonster:

OptinMonster first started as a WordPress popup plugin and then transformed into a platform-agnostic SaaS tool. However, it still offers an exclusive WordPress plugin that makes integration easy. It has a Drag-and-Drop builder which lets you customize any existing templates or create popups from scratch. It comes with built-in A/B testing and multivariate testing for optimizing the popups. Moreover, a feature like Smart Success displays different offers to viewers. You can also schedule your popups to run at certain times. OptinMonster offers targeting popup by Geolocation, Ad block usage, cookie, and more.

3. Elementor Pro:

Elementor is a WordPress page builder plugin while Elementor Pro is an add-on for using Popup Builder. This provides flexibility to control your popups. This plugin lets you build Modal popups, Fly-ins, Slide-in, and more. Furthermore, this popup plugin offers usual widgets and styling options such as Email opt-in forms, Registration forms, Contact forms, etc. Elementor Pro includes 100+ popup templates but the built-in analytics and A/B testing are missing. This popup plugin offers targeting through archive pages, referral source/URL, sessions, and more. Lastly, for a single site license, the cost is $49 while a multisite site license costs $199 for unlimited sites at the time of writing this article.

4. HubSpot:

HubSpot is a free marketing plugin for generating leads, email lists, and managing your contacts inside its free CRM. This plugin includes lead capture tools such as forms, popups, live chat, and more. These features do not require any development skills. HubSpot Academy offers free online educational resources. This plugin provides four types of WordPress forms namely, inline form, overlay modals, top banners, and slide-in boxes. You can edit the text, add the image, add form fields, and design a custom thank you a message. Lastly, you can target users by page time, URL or on-page behavior to attract certain people.

5. Bloom:

Bloom is a popup plugin by Elegant Themes which allows you to create popups from the WordPress dashboard. It provides you a selection of 6 different display types such as opt-in popup, opt-in fly-ins, etc. 115 pre-made templates are included in this plugin. Moreover, the custom panel gives you a report on Bloom accounts, opt-ins, conversion rates, lists, and data. A/B testing allows you to compare the performance of your form with split testing. However, adding Bloom on your site may slow down your site. Also, it does not have features like canvas popup and exit-intent trigger.

6. Popup Builder:

Popup builder is a WordPress popup plugin that allows you to add unlimited features like animation effects, themes, and custom options. Its unique Scroll Popup Option displays a popup when a user scrolls down on your website. Moreover, you can enable notification sound to alert the visitors with Popup Builder. It is compatible with WPML and you can decide the language of your popups. You can get likes on your social media posts with a premium version. Lastly, it supports popular drag-and-drop builders like Divi and Visual Composer to create your optin popups.

7. Popups:

Popups is a free WordPress popup plugin that displays multiple popups. You can show important messages such as your social followers, EU Cookie notice, and increase your mailing lists. This plugin provides 5 different locations on your website to place popups. Furthermore, popup frequency allows you to set the number of days for returning visitors to display the popup again. With this plugin, you can customize the color, background, typography, border, and background opacity for each popup. Lastly, you can target certain users with the filter option based on user comments, page visits, user roles, and search engines.

8. Cherry:

Cherry is one of the best WordPress popup plugins in terms of customization. It lets you create various layout types (center, full-width center, full-width bottom), background types (image, color), color styles (light, dark, red), and animations (fading, scaling). There are different times when popups will appear on the screen like page scrolling. Moreover, you can schedule the time so that the page will load by itself. Its unique feature helps you double up your popup efficiency. Cherry lets you display 2 popups, one at the top of page and another one at the bottom of the page. Finally, it comes integrated with MailChimp and WordPress Social Login.

9. Layered Popups:

Layered Popups is the fastest premium WordPress popup plugin. This plugin allows you to make multi-layer animated popups. This offers more than 200 ready-made templates from the library. Moreover, this plugin has an advanced targeting system that makes it easier to alter where and how to display the popup maker. This popup plugin comes with a quick support team to solve your queries. This plugin handles different events efficiently. You can create an unlimited number of A/B testing campaigns for your performance statistics. Finally, JQuery methods and CSS3 styles can help improve the appearance of your popups.

10. Hustle:

Hustle is a free WordPress popup plugin. It comes with four customizable layouts, a predefined color scheme and easy to manage dashboard. With the built-in live view editor, you can apply various animations to make your popup look attractive. You can target the users with their location, page, action, post, device type, etc. Hustle blocks Ad blockers and brings your popup into the view. It also allows you to monitor your performance by showing the number of visitors who saw and subscribed to your forms. Finally, conversion rates can be tracked for analyzing which popups were more effective.

These WordPress popup plugins boast of more than thousands of active installations and are compatible with most WordPress themes. Most of them offer multiple features like advanced popup customization, A/B testing, and targeted trigger. Using these plugins, you can design pop-ups for your WordPress website to increase lead generation and boost your marketing.

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As a web designer or developer, you play a big role in protecting your clients as well as the people who will eventually use the website(s) you build. Yet, most web designers I talked to don’t feel like protecting their client’s privacy is part of their job. Most believe that their work revolves only around how the website looks and works, and not security and/or privacy concerns. Nothing could be further from the truth, especially in the digital world of today where hackers don’t take a rest.

To build a website, you need access to business-critical resources such as business strategy information, servers, databases, passwords, and usernames. If this kind of information lands on the wrong hands, the attackers can easily incapacitate your client’s business. At the same time, a security vulnerability on the website you create can expose user personal data; data that the unscrupulous type can use against the website users as well as the company behind the website. Data breaches can also destroy your career in the blink of an eye.

Need examples?

In 2015, the web developer who created the Alpine Bank website was held accountable for over $150,000 in damages. The court insisted the developer didn’t maintain the website, encrypt customer information, or install anti-malware software among other things. On the other side of the planet, an Australian hosting and web development company shut down because the court held the organization accountable for over $100,000 in damages. Point is, cyber attacks are quite destructive and expensive, and you can easily be held responsible as the web designer or developer.

As such, being responsible for the control and protection of client and user data is a critically important area for all web designers and developers. Yep, that includes you buddy.

In today’s post, we shine light on the important role web designers and developers play in protecting client and end-user privacy. Play your role well and you’ll become the web designer and developer everybody desires to work with. You can even make it clear on your resume that you take data privacy and security seriously.

That being said, let’s get down to business and please share your thoughts and concerns in the comments.

Web Designers Should Protect Clients with the GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25, 2018, offering stronger rules on data protection so as to end the era of digital feudalism. As a web designer or developer, you must familiarize yourself with the GDPR since it lays down rules on how you treat your customer’s digital privacy. And while the regulation was put into place by the European Union (EU), it affects digital properties all over the world.

For this reason, designers and developers should look to build websites based on a privacy-first approach, or what is known as the Privacy by Design framework. Privacy by Design simply means data protection through technology design. The principle of Privacy by Design, which is in the GDPR, includes measures such as data encryption, anonymisation, user authentication and technical implementation of the right to consent or object among other things.

For instance, any website that uses cookies and collects information must display GDPR compliant notices that offer the user the chance to accept or object to collection and storage of personal data. You must also provide a privacy policy that defines, among other things, how you collect, store and use data on any website you build.

Privacy policies and GDPR compliant notices protect you, the end-user and the company. Without such measures, you risk heavy fines and lawsuits that could take down not only your career as a web designer/developer, but also the clients you work with. Other steps to creating a GDPR complaint website include appointing a data protection officer (who is essentially the webmaster, developer, designer, existing member of your staff etc), easy opting out and forms that support active opt-in among other things according to the 10 Easy Steps to GDPR Compliant Web Design article by Pulse Solutions.

Choose Privacy Over Personalization

Long time ago, websites were very basic, with nothing much to offer in terms of providing personalized experiences to users. Things have changed tremendously, and today you can offer your consumers personalized experiences depending on the data they provide. Personalization involves retrieving information from the users so that you can serve your customers better using your website.

The more data you collect, the more data you have to keep safe using a secure website, which means your client needs to be extra vigilant to keep data breaches at bay. It also means that you need to inform your client on the security measures they must take to keep all the data the website collects safe. Still, personalization is extremely important as far as providing satisfying user experiences go.

And there are many factors to consider as far as personalization goes. For instance, even if a user is sitting behind a VPN, keep in mind that you will still be able to track what they do if the website requires said user to log in. And this applies to a large variety of websites such as email providers (hello, GMail), ecommerce websites, financial websites and social media sites.

That aside, any website designer or developer looking to provide a modicum of privacy and security to their clients should incorporate a reputable VPN solution to their workday. Using a VPN on a daily basis is especially important if you – at times – work outside of secured home of office network. A good example of how a VPN can come in handy is if you’re developing a website for the entertainment industry.

Say, for instance, you’re building a website for a popular movie studio or singer. The project will obviously involve transfer of property such as music files, undisclosed tour dates, full movie clips and so on. If this kind of material gets to the wrong people, you can only imagine the kind of damage it can cause. Leaked music files and movie clips wouldn’t hold well with your client, don’t you think?

Web Designers Must Work Hand-in-Hand with Developers Now More Than Ever

To create a secure website for clients and users, web designers must collaborate with web developers when building the website. Previously, web designers needn’t necessarily work with the developer; their primary concern was the front-end, while the developer focused on the back-end. Today and in the future, the web designer and developer must work together to decide the kind of data to collect as well as how to retrieve, use and protect it.

Fruitful collaboration between the web designer and web developer should be based on how the website will look and work as well as how you’ll manage and secure the user’s personal data. Remember, protecting the user is protecting your client, which leads us to our next and final point.

The Front-End Plays a Role in Protecting Client Privacy

A cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability that goes unnoticed can force even a Fortune-500 company to shut down their website resulting in loss of brand reputation and the much-needed revenue.

While a majority of attackers focused primarily on the back-end in the past, the front-end (which, by the way, is the web designer’s forte) is no longer safe from a slew of new attacks that take advantage of external web applications and microservices connected to a website.

For this reason, web designers should pay extra attention to APIs, HTML5 elements, iframes, cookies and Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS). All these mechanisms are rife with security vulnerabilities, which means the web designer of today must be security conscious so as to protect websites from client XSS.

Conclusion

In the past, only domain registrars and web hosting companies took the blame for website attacks. However, things have changed nowadays and the web designer/developer can take the fall when attackers compromise a website.

You need to educate yourself on all matters website security to protect your client’s privacy and provide better service long before you even start writing code. The security conscious web designer/developer is well-sought after in the digital world of today especially when you consider there’s at least one hacker attack every 40 seconds, according to a report by Kaspersky.

Have a question or suggestion? Please share in the comments.

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The design of your website matters the most while starting an online store. For creating a great buying experience for your users online, it is necessary to use a design with good User Interface (UI). There are a lot of web designs available on the Internet that you can take inspiration from. If you plan on developing the online web store by yourself or with the help of a web developer, then it is a great idea to use an existing E-commerce PSD template. This will give you a jump start in designing the online store.

Here is the list of 12 free e-Commerce PSD templates for different products that you can try.

1. Fortune Minimal:

Fortune is incredible Bigcommerce theme for building innovative online stores. You get sleek navigation and exclusive product grid with this template. It allows you to use your imaginative skills for presentation. This template is best suited for small to medium sized catalogs. Optimization for mobile and tablet is also provided in Fortune. Furthermore, sales and discounts can be created according to demand. Features like FrontPage slideshow, customizable product selector, and free customer support come built-in with this free e-commerce PSD template. Lastly, cart suggestions can increase the number of sales.

2. Ecommerce UI blocks:


This template works well for store owners selling sneakers, clothes and accessories. It is a vibrant template created to draw the attention of the customer. The active homepage provides an interface that allows customers to browse several products and categories at once using different image sizes and galleries. Contrasting graphics allow you to highlight specific products in the store. Also, adding categories is easy and has click drop options. In effect, you can create a decent online store by simply setting up product pictures and writing a good description for them. Finally, page options for ‘about us’ and ‘customer service’ page provide a professional look to the website.

3. Bonfire:

Bonfire is optimized to work with high resolution product images. There is also an option to add an introduction video on the website with this e-commerce template. You can use this innovative feature to better display your products or introduce your company. Fading slideshow, sticky navigation, and single product gallery are additional features that make this e-commerce PSD template ideal for an online store. Furthermore, it has a mobile and tablet friendly design. Social media icons, built-in styles, and color palettes make it easy for a web designer to customize this template. Finally, the template is designed with SEO in mind which is a big advantage for an online store.

4. Fabrique:

Fabrique is a minimalist yet impactful template for product emphasizing. Features like parallax scrolling, slick product gallery and attractive icons attract the customers. This e-commerce PSD template is ideal for selling home décor and furniture. By simply customizing the details and product images you can get your online store up and running. Furthermore, it provides a modern platform for highlighting specific features. It has an easy to use customer support feature designed in there that is great for solving questions of your customers. Lastly, it is mobile friendly making it easier for customers to shop on the go.

5. Tanner:

Tanner is a clean looking and beautiful online store template that shows top-selling products, social media icons, and homepage product displays. Along with usual features like FrontPage slideshow, and product comparison it also provides Google AMP and store front CSRF protection. Options such as quick add to cart and account methods make this template very customer friendly. Tanner is optimized for large catalogs, sales, and discounts. Furthermore, this e-commerce template comes in 2 variants: bold and light.

6. Avenue Fashion:

Avenue Fashion is a simple, chic, understated e-commerce template that is perfect for online clothing stores along with jewelry, and accessories stores. The template has a very comforting pale color scheme. However, the color, fonts and inner pages are completely customizable. You can easily convert this PSD template into your online store by adding product images and information. Furthermore, this template is compatible with mobile phones and smaller screen sizes.

7. Furniture Shop:

Furniture shop is a fresh, modern and attractive e-commerce template that is ideal for textiles, home décor, and fabric stores. Furniture shop is specially designed to put your product in limelight. It is easy to change the overall color tone of the website by simply customizing the template. A floating brand name provides a great experience for consumers. A quick view of products, displaying cart item numbers and existing social media icons are some added benefits of this free E-commerce PSD template.

8. E-commerce:

The E-commerce PSD template is designed for a large catalog. It showcases several products on the same page in a very efficient manner. There is an option for product filtering as well to help make selection user for your customers. With the common features like slideshow, single featured product, and promotional banner it provides a multi-column menu. Furthermore, this PSD template has a search engine optimization friendly design along with a drop down navigation support.

9. Penta:

Penta is a simple yet modern theme. This free E-commerce PSD template can be best used to showcase small brands. In addition to slideshow and mobile responsiveness, this template also supports customer testimonials on the home page. This will allow you to strategically position previous customer testimonials on the website to gain trust of your audience.

10. Bakery:

Bakery is a creative theme designed for food stores. This e-commerce PSD template is easy to customize for food, bakery, and food supplies. Bakery is compatible with Adobe CS5. Also, it provides 15 homepages to select from. This template comes with a pixel-perfect 1170px grid system. Also, the display of the products is very modern and classy. Loaded with the usual documentation and PSD files included, this template is perfect for displaying a large number of items.

11. Clemo:

Clemo has an appealing look with primary information about the products. This e-commerce template contains 9 PSD files and multi-layouts. PSD files are organized and customizable. The template also provides 2 homepage layouts and 2 blog post layouts. This template can handle huge catalogs smoothly. Furthermore, Clemo comes with a unique slideshow for displaying products.

12. Trekking Store:

Trekking store has a sleek, strong and bold layout. This e-commerce PSD template is perfect for presenting lifestyle products. It is also well suited for accessory boutiques and outdoor gear retailers. It also comes with floating social icons and a customer support chat icon. Furthermore, the option to add high resolution travel pictures in this template is great for attracting customers. Lastly, it is compatible with mobile phones and tablets.

These attractive e-commerce templates will help you create an attractive online store that not only brings users to your website but also converts them into paying customers. If you prefer to create an online store without a lot of coding, WordPress E-commerce themes are a great alternative. Just like the PSD templates listed here, there are many free WordPress E-Commerce themes available that you can try. A complete list is available here.

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One of the crucial components of determining the success of the design is the Design Process used by the designer. Design Process basically consists of the procedure, a systematic series of steps prescribed for creating the design. The Design Process is not only helpful to designers in creating a flawless design, but it is also beneficial in enhancing the overall experience of the customers and clients when they view as well as the the design.

The design can only be highly effective, appealing, and functional when the message and the visual identity blend seamlessly into one another- yet are distinguished from each other! With the evolution of the brands as well as technology, the processes have also evolved over period of time.

Here are the commonly used, tried and tested Design Processes which you can try on your next project!

1. The Traditional Approach:

This approach is quite conventional and designers use it very widely. This is an extremely traditional method of designing and consists of 7 steps, which are to be executed in a linear sequence itself.

I. Study: Determining the problem as well as the deliverable.

II. Research: Diving deep into the problem and the possible solutions.

III. Brainstorm: Finding every possible solution to the problem, and discussing the best possible one.

IV. Sketch: Transforming the ideas into visual concepts.

V. Concept: End-to-end implementation of the idea, which outlines the concept completely.

VI. Revisions: Seamless inclusion of the iterations given by the client or based on the feedback from the superiors.

VII. Conclusion: The final approval of the design and signing off the project.

This is one of the oldest and tried approaches when it comes to Designing. The structuring of the approach makes it easier to follow and ensures flawless execution of the project.

2. Mood Boarding:

This is one of the most popular methods among the designers recently. It is derived from the process of ideation, basically. Mood boards can exist physically as well as virtually. Mood boards are filled with ideas, images, text, certain visual references, as well as textures. This facilitates the designer in visualizing ideas and concepts in a narrative or a story perspective. They help in the transference of the mood and bring out the emotions which are to be expected from the product.

It is also an extremely effective way to share ideas and is also useful while collaborating. It is highly advantageous to showcase design concepts to your clients and is also a huge time-saver when it comes to communication of ideas and concepts between clients and the team. The quickest and foolproof way to create your own mood board is by collaging in Photoshop. Check out the guide here to learn more about how to create a mood board.

3. Double Diamond Model:

The name itself is quite suggestive of the approach, which is developed by the UK Design Council. It is known by the shape of the process, which resembles the Double Diamond. The edges of the diamond portray the diverging and converging aspects of the design process.

The process begins with the identification of the problem, which further leads to the exploration of the problem. After this, the team or the designer proceeds to focus upon the effort, which further leads to the ideation of the potential designs and solutions. The last is the implementation stage, which delivers the final solution. This structure is highly helpful in getting diverse ideas. It is also beneficial for cross-functional teams, as it helps them to work together, and also imparts transparency.

4. User-Centric Design:

Based majorly on the customer-centric approach, this Design Process is a highly popular one as well. It consists of the precise integration of the requirements of customers, into every single stage of the process. Like every other Design process, this too involves the major stages where the context is understood first, user requirements are specified, ideation is done, and results are delivered for feedback.

However, the biggest drawback is that it relies on the user, their requirements, and their feedback, which can cause plenty of iterations. Irrespective of this drawback, this approach has greater chances for adaptability.

5. Design Sprint:

As the name suggests, this Design Process is sure to put your skills to test in this challenging environment. This approach puts you and/or team through an intense five-day challenge, to deliver the results- be it troubleshooting, designing a logo, or even a project as big as branding. The process is similar to the previous Design Processes, and you tackle each stage in one single day. Designers have also modified this trend to have slightly longer and much more intense sprints.

This does address the biggest issue- time, and the outcomes are quicker, as efficiency and discipline levels are at an all-time high with this Design Process.

6. Design Thinking:

The popularization of this approach can be credited to the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford, also as the ‘d.school’. It is the perfect combination of the two Design Processes- User-Centric, and Double Diamond. This iterative approach has gained plenty of traction, irrespective of its broad parameters being a bit too loose.

Before even beginning the stages, the first and foremost stage is the ‘empathize’ phase, which involves understanding the needs of the customer completely and shadowing them, before actually getting the project kick-started. This helps in breaking down silos in companies, and also helps in the idea exchange from several new avenues. This Design Process is extremely flexible, which is enough for adaptability towards any kind of idea.

Design Processes are a vital and integral part of any project. There can be no particular rule about the Design Processes, particularly pertaining to which your organization or you must adapt. However, you must continue to be nimble, especially in the platforms where the brands encourage as well as engage consumers to change.

Irrespective of the evolution of the Design Processes, you must adhere to the most important premise when it is pertaining to Design- the requirements of the clients are important, and the audience is always first.

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In this Digital Age, it has become extremely important to showcase your services on your website. A dynamic, aesthetically appealing and flawless website helps you to attract your targeted audience and gain their attention. It is also helpful in marketing your product and also building credibility in the industry in the best possible manner. But to strike the right chords, you need to have an exclusive landing page. Your website will stand out with the ideal landing page.

Here is the set of 10 WordPress landing page themes to build your online business:

1. Divi:

The first impression in online business matters the most. When you want your landing page to stand out and also seek the customer attention at the same time, ‘Divi’ is a go-to choice. Divi has several site modules serving a different purpose. The best part is there is no need for a coding expert! Even a beginner can get a hold on to this. Divi provides different modules for each site, so you can opt for the module that best suits your business.

Divi is one of the few WordPress themes which has the true front-end page builder tool with point and click inline editing. If you are looking for a stylish and flexible theme to work with then Divi is the theme for you. With the variety of layouts for sales pages to the integrated product page layouts, you won’t feel the need to customize. The smooth and simple transaction gives the theme a finished look with a professional touch to it. You can also add music tracks and videos. Divi also has a specialized search function, a full-width post slider as well a comment section which makes browsing through the website easy for users.

2. Uncode:

Uncode WordPress theme is excellent when you wish to turn your online business into something exceptionally good. Uncode consists of some useful features such as the Visual Composer tool, Drag, and Drop tool, and much more. User can design amazing layouts with different plugins. The coolest part is that you just need to click on a page element and drag it across- very simple!

A lot of websites and landing pages fail to impress the clients because of a poor showcase of search engine results. But with Uncode, you don’t have to worry about it, as it is SEO-friendly.

This is helpful in being visible in the top Google search ranking with maximized performance and less loading time. Since the loading time is less, the visitors will be more likely to engage with your website for its great speed. It is also beneficiary for creating a boutique website as per your requirement.

3. Kalium:

If you are looking for a multipurpose portfolio WordPress theme for the landing page, then you should go with Kalium WordPress theme. This theme solves the various problems faced in the application on different website design themes and scenarios. Kalium is equipped with a set of professional tools, features, and plugins to help you create your desired landing page.

With its wonderful browsing power and compatibility among all devices, it instantly expands to a large number of people who visit your landing page, which immediately increases your market share too.

4. Pixgraphy:

The name itself is suggestive of the theme. Pixgraphy is a responsive photography WordPress theme. It has been designed and developed by the ‘Freesia’ theme. With the help of the Customizer feature, this theme is easily customizable. The Pixgraphy theme supports popular plugins such as Polylang, bbPress, Breadcrumb and many more.

This WordPress theme is the best option if you want to highlight your photography skills to your client and customer. One of the advantages is that it is completely free, to begin with.

5. Bridge:

Bridge WordPress theme consists of demo websites to help you to start creating your preferred designed website. No matter what product or services you want to list or offer, here you will find something which suits your business requirement. There is a tool where you can import and combine and use one of the 24 ready-to-use layouts, to change the appearance. It also gives full control over how you use the background images on your website. This theme also allows you to add Parallax layers on your pages.

Premium Plugins such as Visual Composer & Layers Slider are also included for free! Our recommendation to you is to try this theme which supports all business types and sizes to generate more leads.

6. Businext:

Several creators want their site to be creative and colorful. That works best if your services are related to such themes, but if you’re in the corporate financial sector you have to look for professional and uncomplicated easy themes. Businext is a professional based WordPress theme, ideal when used for the financial institutions, consultants, and a similar set of work.

It provides 30 plus demo sites that focus on the finance based business. It has plenty of layout options, and the customization is easy with tons of options. It is also simple to use because of its numerous custom shortcodes. It is the best option for the information-based website.

7. Appica 2:

Appica 2 is extremely lively, quick responsive, with visually polished and technologically equipped WordPress landing page theme. If your target is to receive incoming traffic in a modern way from your apps, website, ad campaigns, this theme is perfect for you. It has been created with powerful HTML 5 technology, parallax visual effect, static and single page website which allows it to be user-friendly and have interesting features. It is regularly updated with technological standards and has stunning layouts, which makes the theme look professional and visually impressive, at the same time it is well designed and a coherent solution.

8. The 7:

Are you looking for something which can grow and change with your business requirements? The7 is a responsive multipurpose theme consisting of two design styles, four header layouts, 600+ available fonts, unlimited background colors, and 12 included skins. The theme is based on elegant lines as well as generating a higher visual impact. It is also pre-loaded with layer slider, visual composer and Woocommerce support. The flexibility of this theme allows you to use this theme for any business, blog or shopping site.

If you want to create a straightforward layout or a designed landing page with or without parallax functionality, along with short cuts which help ease the work.

9. Unicon:

Unicon can make your website look dependable and trustworthy. Isn’t that what most of the business owners and even client look for?Unicon promisingly promotes those traits. It has a solid theme with its default layout and color, it’s not even overly stuffed- which creates a clean design with no fuzzy layouts. Unicon has a bundled visual composer plugin which will help in designing any layout. It includes 800+ Google Web Fonts and has a great loading speed- which is one of the crucial elements of Web Design. Unicon also includes custom widgets and has unlimited options for homepage configuration.

Unicon is perfect for any business looking to create websites with solid functionality and which would also exude dependability.

10. Stack:

With the flexibility of customization in any WordPress theme such as that of Stack will help you to focus on your business goals and represent your company in the best possible manner. The Stack includes a specially designed page builder tool called ‘Variant’ i.e exclusive to the theme. This theme helps you to build the complex page and review it right away, giving you a pre-built module to work with.

One of the most beneficial parts of Stack is its clean and brilliant user-centric design. It also gives you plenty of options to design with the help of Visual Composer. The stack is also great in terms of functionality, and is easier to use!

A landing page of the website will speak for you & your business. No matter what type of business you own, you can always find WordPress themes that you can customize to create your website. Once that is done, you can use any of the landing page themes from here to set up your landing pages. From marketing, campaigns to getting the customer information- it can help in you in a great deal. All you need to do is to create a theme- based landing page representing your business, and drive up leads, as well as sales! The perfect landing page cannot only boost your business but also increase your brand recognition and visibility!

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Business Cards are an integral part of your organization’s branding. Your organization’s business card acts as the first link of communication. As a result, you want to make sure that your business card stands out and creates a positive first impression.

Selection of font plays a vital role in the effectiveness of your business cards. Fonts along with design, layout and color create a great business card. It’s a good branding exercise to select a font that is specific to your business card and other business stationary like letterheads, envelopes etc.

You should go for trending fonts that have the ability to connect your brand with the target audience. While getting a new font created for your organization may be expensive, it is always possible to select an already available font that stands out. Here is the list of 10 best fonts to make your business card memorable.

1. Myriad Pro:

Myriad Pro has the ability to enhance the appearance of any business card. As the name suggests, this font is a professional font released by Adobe in 1992 and contains 40 styles and family package options. The best part about this font are the rounded tails of ‘y’ and ‘J’ that makes your business card style-perfect and creative. Unlike many other fonts, Myriad Pro is easy to read due to its clean open shapes and precise letter fit. It adds a style statement to your business cards with its extensive kerning pairs. The uppercase letters of this font make your business card look neat and clean.

2. Helvetica:

Helvetica is a classic font in the designing world. It is a sans-serif typeface. There are many variants available for the Helvetica font. Letters in the font have tight spacing between letters which works well when printing longer names or designations on visiting cards. This font has the capacity to look simple and minimal without looking outdated. Over the years, Helvetica font has been used by many popular companies including Jeep, Lufthanza and Panasonic.

3. Riesling:

Based on the name of the famous wine Riesling is a retro font. This font adds a style element and elegance in the design of your business cards. It has the delicacy and exaggerated descender in the letters. Apart from that, this font has tight tracking and clean playful touch. The lines of Riesling can go from thick to thin and makes it an ideal font. You can make trendy yet formal business cards with this font.

4. Gibson:

Well-known designer Rod McDonald has created this amazing font as a tribute to John Gibson’s productive life and love of typographic arts. This font belongs to sans serif font family and it is easy to read for people. Thus, it is one of the most popular choice of designers. Gibson adds that attention gaining element to the design of your business card.

5. Code Pro:

The Code Pro is the new trendy font that belongs to the sans serif font family. It is has a modern look with classic touch and makes your business card look classy yet fashionable. It has large rounded block letters that provide good readability. It is one of the most legible fonts that helps you create a long-term impression with your business cards. This font contains 10 styles and family package options.

6. Ciutadella:

If you are looking for a simple but effective business card design then the Ciutadella font might work well for you. It has a minimal and creative look to it. While the font was originally designed by Eduardo Manso as a display typeface, it works well on print with limited length texts. Ciutadella font contains 10 styles and family package options.

7. Glasgow:

Designed by Steve Jackaman and published by the Red Rooster Collection, Glasgow has a commonality with Times Roman fonts. It looks like a classic font yet gives a modern look to the designs. The exceptional bold form of this font adds a style-statement to your business card design. It has a touchy and legible writing style. It contains 10 styles and family package options.

8. Garden Gnome:

If you have a business related to the children products then, Garden Gnome is the best choice for your business card. This font has a bouncy, fanciful and quirky style that attracts the target audience to your business cards. In case, if you are into comic writing, children’s toys or story books, then your business cards will fit in perfectly and will connect well with your brand. This font can make your business card more amusing and provide good brand recall.

9. Nevis:

Nevis font, created in 2007, is a great option to design your business card with bold and impressive looks. You have the option to use this font in all caps for the important words in your business card to give your business card a solid look. Nevis font has stout angles and edgy typeface, which can be used to supplement the design element of your business card.

10. Jura:

If you are confused between sans serif and serif fonts then, Jura can solve your confusion. Created in 2011 by Daniel Johnson, this font has the qualities of decency and accuracy with modern yet classic looks. It is free to use for both personal and commercial use. You can make your business card stand out with the use of this attention-grabbing font style. Jura looks different and innovative on your business cards.

There is a huge variety of fonts available for your business cards. Your choice of the right font depends on your business, your target audience and how well the font combines with the layout and design of the business card. It is essential to pick a font that is easily readable in small size. If you plan on using the same font for all your branding material then you should also consider readability and appearance of the font in larger size displays and digital displays.

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Creating a truly original design for a corporate presentation folder can be difficult. Presentation folders have become a staple in business’s print marketing collateral, so at times, it can feel as if everything you come up with has been done before.

While it’s not rocket science, there is a science to creating a unique design. A powerful design doesn’t need to be overpowering. Here are some tips for creating original presentation folders from the printing experts at Company Folders, Inc. to help you find the perfect balance and make your next design stand out.

  1. Play with different shades of gray

Sometimes, bright colors can be too much. The gray-scaled charcoal lines on the cover of Advisors Excel’s presentation folder give it a new level of texture. Black and various shades of gray combine to create a sleek, elegant design. Its sans serif font caps off the modern look.

  1. Make their fingers tell the story

One way to make your design memorable is to appeal to people’s sense of touch beyond holding the paper. People will form a connection to University Housing Solutions when they run their fingers over the embossed logo on the cover of this file tab folder. As their fingers continue to the tab, they’ll feel the smoothness of the shiny gold foil stamp against rough linen stock and feel compelled to look inside.

  1. Add Depth

Adding another dimension to a design adds a complex element to an otherwise simple design. Recipients will want to grab a handful of fresh pasta when they get this promotional brochure folder from Pasta Fresca. The clean, three-dimensional design looks like a die-cut of a large P that you can pull the yellow and green noodles through on the cover, making people hungry for some delicious pasta.

  1. Keep it Simple

A simple design can spark just as much inspiration as a complex one. Title Town Settlements features only its logo on the cover of this real estate folder, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t unique. A roof connects the Ts in the company name, putting everything a homebuyer needs under one roof, while the gold foil stamp represents luxury and wealth.

  1. Use Multiple Imprint Methods

This file folder design combines multiple imprint methods to create an innovative design for QDiscovery. A debossed cobblestone pattern stands out on the solid, gray background and provides a pretty cool texture to the folder. The company’s name still stands out at the bottom of the cover with a shiny foil stamped Q.

  1. Less is More

Though there is little color on the cover of this folder design, it’s far from plain. Recipients get a peek at the campus of Stanford Graduate School of Business as one of the school’s prominent buildings is embossed on the cover.

  1. Repeat Yourself

A great way to impress a brand on people is to use the power of repetition. There is no way recipients will forget Harvest Land Co-Op, as the sales folder design features the company logo printed all over the cover in various sizes. Its neutral color pallet adds some subtly to the design and allows the recipient to focus on the brand by not competing with the logo.

  1. Shine Bright

Many custom folders use foil stamps to add elegance to a design and make a specific element stand out. A fancy gold foil stamp adds a luxurious luster to this professional design for Boehmer Insurance & Investment Group, Inc. The black, linen stock adds another level of sophistication to the corporate folder and makes the company’s name pop even more on the cover.

  1. Subtle Elements Stand Out

Sometimes, it’s the smallest element that can make a design special. In this case, it’s the clear coating on the cover in the shape of the company’s logo. It draws attention to Callahan & Associates by circling the business name at the center of the cover. The bold red background lets people know the contents are important and makes them take notice.

  1. Let the Images Tell the Story

The best way to appeal to someone’s emotions is through images. All Care puts its photography skills to use with its creative design. Images of happy, comfortable elderly people are featured to make people secure in their choice of facility for their loved ones. No one image is more important than the others because the layout shows they are more powerful together.

  1. Be Bold

Using a bold color can have a similar impact as a foil stamp as it helps attract attention to a specific element or product. A bright yellow logo for Big Systems catches the eye as it stands out against a sold black background. Each word’s importance is highlighted with a different weight on the modern, sans serif font. An orange ombre stripe on the back draws attention to the company’s contact information.

  1. Highlight the Product

Making the vehicles the primary focus in this folder brochure design helps build the excitement customers feel when they receive it, as it’s likely one of the last things they receive before they drive their new car home. The beautiful scenery behind the vehicles illustrates the peaceful, serene feeling drivers will have on the road. A blue background represents the security people feel with the Don Valley Volkswagen brand.

  1. Use Complementary Colors

It’s important to be mindful of the colors used in the design and what they represent. These colors work great to illustrate the October Mountain brand in more way than one. A shiny gold foil stamp stands out against the dark green linen stock, similar to how new gold coins would shine against money. Fitting because the business is home to financial advisors. In addition, the forest green background represents the mountains of the great outdoors to remind clients of the business name.

  1. Everything Doesn’t Have to be Centered

While many specialty designs will print logos or prominent images in the center of the cover, it’s okay to play off the sides, too. McMahon Automotive Group is a great example of that. The sleek new car is speeding off the side of the folder, which lures clients to look inside at its documents. The logo features three strips that mimic a smooth highway and highlight how smooth the process of getting a new car will be for clients.

  1. Go Beyond the Cover

It is important to have a compelling design on your cover, but that doesn’t mean it has to end there. This Netflix tri-fold brochure uses elements of “The Flash” throughout the brochure, while staying true to the brand’s identity. It doesn’t overdo it with a lot of flashy movie images, instead keeping it simple with one large image of “The Flash” at the bottom and his classic lightning bolt logo at the top. More images from the movie are inside to highlight various ways viewers can watch.

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Brick and mortar stores and cafes now also need a digital presence to attract customers and retain them. Along with a steady and engaging presence on social media platforms, cafes can also benefit from a website like other local businesses. You can use your cafe website to increase brand awareness, organize games, competitions etc. to draw more visitors to your website and store. Additionally, a website is also a good platform to keep customers updated with events, menu, news etc. related to the cafe. Moreover, you can allow your customers to place orders online and pick up at the cafe.

Creating a website for your cafe can be fairly simple with a CMS like WordPress. It does not require a lot of coding and you have the option to make changes to the website by yourself whenever you like. There are many WordPress Cafe themes available to choose from if you want to throw up a stylish, professional looking website really quickly. Below is a list of 10 best WordPress themes for your cafe website.

1. Sage:

With options of more than 40 website demos to select from, Sage is a very good WordPress theme to craft your café website. You can explore the demo options and select the best suitable demo for your website. This theme has excellent customization options. You can customize different templates as per your requirements.

Setting up a web page is as easy as importing a demo page and replacing text and images. This theme allows further customization in the header style, layout style, header functionality, and animated slide show. With the Sage theme, you can simply use demo pages to create a website or customize the layout and style to create something completely new for your café website.

2. Coffee Luck:

You can create a professional website for your café very quickly with the use of Coffee Luck WordPress theme. This theme may not have tons of demo options but it provides customizable features that can be used in different combinations to put together a unique website.

With this theme, you can create an image gallery, banner, slideshow, and promotional messages and offers. In addition, this theme also allows you to sell your products online and to create customer testimonials. Apart from that, you can also share your blogs on the website and create profiles of the staff members. For example, you can share some interesting facts about your products and chefs to add that personalized brand touch.

3. Lecker:

Lecker already has a demo page for a coffee shop website. This theme’s design allows you to display high definition images on the home page with a wide and spacious layout. You can use this space to display attractive photographs of your delicious café products along with the theme and décor of your café.

This theme has fabulous settings to create multiple page layouts. It also allows you to explore different website styles. In addition, to help you with the creation of a website, the creators of Lecker has provided informative tutorial videos.

4. Divi:

Divi is a perfectly designed theme for the website creation of your café. The café layout of this theme has all the required elements to build an aesthetic website. If you’re in a hurry to get a website up and running then Divi is the best choice to create your café website very quickly. This theme also has an extensive number of customizable templates and layouts.

In addition, this theme includes tools to create customizable sliders, galleries, buttons, tables, video players, and much more. Also, it has a split testing tool available to experiment with the images and content of the website. It is one of the best WordPress themes for cafes with a rich quality of design and extensive features.

5. Correto:

Correto has all the features required to create a professional looking café website. It has many templates with pre-built coffee shop website demo. You can select the best suitable demo for your website. This theme has a great feature that allows your customers to book a table online.

Social media integration provided in the theme allows you to easily connect social media platforms with the website to increase traffic. In addition, you can also sell your café products online with this website theme.

6. Barista:

No matter which type of theme your café has, Barista can help create it on your website. It is one of the most versatile café themes to create a café website. This theme’s demo includes traditional website layouts that can display opening hours, menu and location on the home page itself.

In addition, Barista is compatible with WooCommerce so you can sell your café products online. It is very easy to import this theme and to set-up your café website. Apart from that, it has more than 800 font options, so you can choose the best suitable font for your website.

7. Tavern:

Tavern is a little different compared to other cafe themes on this list in terms of style and layout. It is geared towards beer houses, bars, bistros and pubs. The theme provides 3 different home page layouts to choose from. Pages like table booking, reservation, gallery and team have already been created. So all you need to do is change the text and graphics and your website is ready to be launched.

The theme also provides settings for an online menu that can be customized to display categories, nutrition information, and recipes. It is also compatible with WooCommerce which is an added advantage if you plan on selling merchandise online.

8. Restaurant Cafe:

Restaurant Café is a versatile theme for creating a café or restaurant website as the name suggests. There are several demos available to create a website for your café business. You just have to select the relevant demo and fit the content to create a website in no time. This theme has remarkable customization options with the WordPress Live customizer interface.

It enables you to customize the color, layout, and content of the website in live more. It is an SEO friendly theme that can improve your search engine rankings. Apart from that this theme supports email marketing and Google maps integration for further support.

9. Floury:

Floury is a stylish WordPress theme to create an elegant website for your café. In case if you have a high-end café or bakery that serves coffee along with other delicacies, then you should definitely go for Floury. It has everything you need to create a grand website that emulates the feel of your café or bakery. This theme enables you to highlight the main items of the menu through different website templates.

Apart from that, you can also create staff bios to add that authenticity factor in the website and give it a more personal feel. The best part of this theme is you can merge different elements from different demos to create your ideal and unique website.

10. Grand Restaurant:

Grand Restaurant is one of the most popular themes to create a website for café. There are a lot of modules and page sections available in this theme. These modules and page sections help you to create your ideal website without any compromise. It is a customizable theme with a number of demo options. With the use of a visual interface, you can customize fonts, background images and colors, button styles, and layout settings without any coding at all.

This theme also allows you to add widgets, testimonials of customers and location maps. In addition, it is compatible with WooCommerce so that you can sell your café products online.

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Website Design, Website Development, UI, UX are terms used frequently when discussing websites. While these terms are sometimes used interchangeably, each of them have a specific meaning. It is important to understand the difference if you are in the process of or planning to get a website done. Let’s decode Web Design, Web Development, UI and UX.

Web Design:

Each and every element on the website, including the layout, graphics, colors, text, photographs, videos and visual elements of UI and UX are all part of the website designing. Whatever you see on the website comes under the term web design. It starts with the creation of website wireframe, layout design, and mock-ups. Coding is not part of website design.

Web design is the foundation when building a website. Along with UI and UX, web design is also concerned with website mapping and navigation. Web design defines the functionality of the website and helps you to enhance the website experience and increase conversion rate. The placement of the important information about your products and service and email sign-up buttons is part of web designing.

In short, web design is everything that you are able to see on the screen of mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops. If you are planning to hire a web designer then, look for specific requirements. In case, you need an editorial or blog website then, check the ability of web designer in terms of typography and page layout. Alternatively, if you want to create an e-commerce website, check the website conversion know-how of the web designer.

Web Development:

Web development is concerned with creating and maintenance of the website with the use of different types of programming languages, frameworks, and tools. Even creating a single web page with HTML and CSS also amounts to web development. It can range from 200 lines of coding to 2 million lines of coding.

Initially, web developers were limited to creating static web pages. Nowadays, web developers can create dynamic websites, online tools, web-based applications and portals using different technologies.

Web development handles the coding of the website. It is divided into two types of categories, front-end, and back-end. The front-end coding controls the actual display of the website design, whereas, the back-end coding encompasses the processing of user data on the web server and displaying it back to the user.

In addition, there are also full-stack website developers who can manage both the front-end and back-end coding of the website. In case, if you don’t want to hire both front-end and back-end developers, then you can hire a full-stack web developer with experience in front-end and back-end development.

UI (User Interface):

UI is the visual platform that enables us to control the device functionalities. Any device with a screen has a UI or User Interface Design.

UI design can be divided into three categories, Graphic Design, Interaction Design, and User Testing.
• Graphic design is mostly known to everyone. It is the process of visual designing of a digital product.
• Interaction design is all about designing the operational flow and specifications. It is mostly performed by Interaction Designers (IxD)
• User Testing is performed to check the practicality of the interaction design and aesthetics of graphics.

UI designing differs with the mobile screen, laptop, tablet, and website. So while selecting a UI designer ensure they are able to design the interface on different screen sizes.

UX (User Experience):

UX or User Experience designs the experience of website users. UX designers will make sure that the website is engaging and interactive to enhance user’s website experience. The user experience is scaled on the basis of the interactive abilities of the user interface created by UI designers. UI design is associated with UX design and thus, many people get confused between the roles of both UI and UX designers.

UX designer crafts the wireframe for the website and renders interface communications to acquire the feedback of users.

Which one of them is for you?

You have to understand the use and working of Web Design, Web Development, UI and UX to narrow down the selection according to your requirements. Thus, to help you with the selection of the best suitable option for you, here is the list of some of the tasks, which can be performed by each one of them individually.

Web Design:
  • Responsiveness of the Website
  • Update Website Look and feel
  • Improve Graphics Quality
  • Driving Traffic on a Particular Page
  • Page Loading Time Issues
Web Development:
  • Functionality of Website
  • Website Safety
  • Page Not Found Error – 404
  • Failure of DNS Lookups
  • Website Breakdown
  • Content Loading Failure
UI:
  • Improve Website Navigation
  • Website Customizations
  • Social Sharing on Website
  • Complaints – What to do?
UX:
  • Improve Conversion Rate
  • Solve the issue of high bounce rate
  • Driving attention towards the content
  • Compel visitors to stay longer and explore more

While these tasks can be performed by different people, it is also possible that an experienced web designer or web developer may be able to do some of the tasks of a UI or UX designer. However, knowing the difference will help you make a more informed decision when selecting the right person for your job.

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Your wedding is one of the most beautiful moments of your life and obviously, you want to make it special. If you are searching for printing, designing and paper for your wedding invitation then you must be thinking about the typography as well. Typography in your wedding invitation can be just as important as the words and paper texture of your wedding invitation card.

Fonts have the ability to add an amazing spark to the design of your wedding invitation card. It’s a great idea to shortlist a handful of fonts and then get sample printouts of your wedding invitation card with these fonts to get a better feel for each of them. Keep in mind that the font of wedding invitation card combined with the overall layout and pictures will provide a unique design. You can involve family and friends in the selection process as well and make it a fun pre-wedding activity.

Searching for an appropriate font can be a daunting task. We have compiled a list of 15 beautiful fonts for designing a perfect wedding invitation card. All of these fonts are available to download and are free of cost!
Choose the best suitable font for your wedding invitations, save the date cards, wedding programs, and reception place cards.

1. Windsong:

Windsong is a stylish, hand-drawn font that impersonates typical writing style. If you are looking for hand-written fonts that can give a sketch kind of look to your invitation card, then Windsong is the best choice. It is easy to read and doesn’t look messy. Apart from that, it adds romance and a personalized look to the invitation card. It is very suitable for a romantic wedding.

2. Frente H1:

Frente H1 is the best option for any low-key and artsy couple. If you are looking for something non-traditional in fonts then Frente H1 is a good option. It is an all-caps font which can perfectly match the faulty handwriting. Additionally, it has a thin block letter style with easy-going looks.

3. Quicksand:

Quicksand is a cool style of font. It is a sans-serif font and has the quality of retro as well as modern looking fonts. The symmetrical curvature of the font portrays a clean look. This font is the best option for couples who want an elegant and entertaining wedding card.

4. Exmouth:

This free font looks sophisticated and has better readability in comparison with other script fonts. It features slanting looks that perfectly suit the style of wedding cards. You should try and see the name of the lucky couple with font preview of Exmouth.

5. Coneria Script:

Coneria Script is an all-rounder font that has each and every feature that’s best suitable for wedding invitation cards. It is a little bit elegant and looks minimal at the same time. You can also download it as a slanted font for a ceremonial look.

6. Aquiline Two:

It is a calligraphic font which will remind you of the days when letters used to be written with quill and ink. If you are out of budget and can’t afford to hire a professional calligrapher then this font can serve you very well. It can give a calligraphic look to your wedding invitation card.

7. Stylish Calligraphy:

Stylish Calligraphy font is just as the name suggests, stylish and elegant. It has the features of modern looks with formal style. This font style is best suitable for rustic-elegant wedding invitation cards. There are some opinions that the font has a feminine look to it. However, everyone can agree that it is a timeless font that enhances the look of your wedding invitation card.

8. Riesling:

This super cool font has impressive looks with convention. It has a perfect combo of curlicues, overlaps and extravagant skinny round characters. Your wedding guests may feel that they are in the 1920s with the use of this vintage style font for wedding cards.

9. Seaside Resort:

This font is not just limited to a seaside wedding as the name suggests. It has the ability to fit in well with a variety of wedding invitation card designs. But in case if you are having a wedding on a seaside location, then you are blessed. It has retro style looks and festive emotions. You can even use the seaside resort font for welcome signs or bar menus.

10. Some Weatz:

Some Weatz is created by Mans Greback. This font can give a stylish calligraphic look to your wedding invitation card. It has the calligraphy features of hand-ink craftsmanship and artistry. If you are planning to use a medieval look wedding card, then it is the best option for you.

11. Sail:

Sail has its own uniqueness as a serif font. It brings its own value to the wedding card with its jovial plump letter size. This font is the visual expression of fresh air. Maybe it is an exaggerated serif font but it is perfectly suitable for wedding invitation cards.

12. Nickainly:

Whether you are planning to have a scripted letter font for your wedding card or not, Nickainley is a great choice. This font looks fashionable and contemporary on the wedding cards. It has cursive style looks and perfect alignment that makes it easily identifiable. You can try this font by printing a sample copy of your wedding cards.

13. Henry Morgan Hand:

Henry Morgan Hand is another font with a calligraphic look. This font is best used for a highly decorative wedding invitation card. It has the ability to style your wedding card with old century look. Your wedding card will look romantic as well as antique.

14. Great Vibes:

As the name suggests, this font fills your wedding invitation cards with great vibes for your guests. The stylish and bold curves grab instant attention and the appropriate spacing makes it very readable even in smaller fonts. As a result, it is a great font option on wedding invitation cards.

15. Alex Brush:

Alex Brush is a formal script font and it has a calligraphic look. It has a superb readability feature that is very important. This font might look simple but has the ability to make your wedding invitation card stand-out from others.

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