5 ELEMENTS OF AN EXCELLENT EMPLOYEE ID CARD
ID cards can play a pivotal role in an organization's security plan, and creating the right card
is imperative to achieving security goals. By considering the following five ID
card elements, organizations can create the ID card that meets their needs.
1. Organization Logo
Add a visual security element to ID cards by incorporating your organization's
logo. Be sure your ID card design is consistent with the current marketing style
sheet, including font, logo, and colors to reinforce the brand's message and
project a professional image.
be single or dual-sided. Determine what ID card functions are priorities
for the organization and consider how much space will be needed. With a dual-sided
card, you also have the ability to add important information to the back of the
card, such as a mission statement or emergency contact numbers.
ID cards can be displayed horizontally or vertically, and the orientation of your
ID cards will impact how they are worn by employees. Consider the different scenarios
where ID cards will be used - access control, time and attendance, vending machines
- before determining the orientation of your ID cards.
5. Employee Picture
It is standard for ID cards to include a picture of the employee on the front of
the card. The photo
on an ID card makes it unique to the individual employee and should be easily visible.
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