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codes have a lot to offer but not many people really understand what they do or
how to make them. Let’s clarify all QR code features and functionality and show
you how to make them for yourself.
How do you redesign id cards? Well IDville just did and we documented the whole process! Find out how we made some amazing new id badges and how you can too with a few simple tips. Hint, it includes lights, software, action.
Find out exactly how magnetic stripe cards work, what information you can encode on them and how to encode mag stripes with ID Maker software. Mag stripes can only hold so much data but here is the character limit by track.
Looking to redesign your ID cards and bring them to the next level? Here are the five tips you're going to need to know: Design, features, data, automation and cleaning. Let's break them down and give some samples.
Is this a massive shift in the ID card industry or a simple trend of less is more? Organizations big and small are starting to design their ID cards and intentionally leaving off their company logo. Why would they do this, and what does this mean for your ID program?
Printing one ID is easy. You type in their name, take a picture, and voila! Easy. But what if you need to re-issue all your employee IDs? Or what if you’re just starting a new ID program? Designing 100 plus cards doesn’t sound like fun, and frankly, it’s a terrible use of your precious time. Well, there’s an answer to this problem and it lives in the ID Maker 3.0 card design software.
Choosing the right ID card size will make the difference between designing a world class ID card or wasting time and starting over. Let's spell out the different ID card sizes available and clarify which is best for you based on use case and industry.
We performed a customer survey and guess what, you answered! Out of about 1,000 responses, our customer most wanted resource was ID card creation tutorials. So we set out to uncover all the best tips and tricks for designing effective ID cards and even made some pretty neat samples.
tend to focus all their attention on the front of the card working to
fit every detail they can while also trying to keep it nice and
professional. They never even realize the valuable real-estate available on the
back side of their cards! Here's what we recommend you do. . .