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If you’re anything like me, you don’t necessarily look forward to having your picture taken, especially for an ID badge. Think about it – your driver’s license stays in your wallet, tucked away from the eyes of your friends and coworkers. On the other hand, many companies require that employees display their ID badge for all eyes to see!
Below is some advice for you and your ID badge “photographer” that will help you to put your best foot forward in your ID badge photo.
This ongoing series will serve as your guide through the ID badge creation process. Taking you step by step through all the different aspects that make an effective ID badge design that is both attractive and functional.
Consider this your “How To” guide to implement proximity cards.
Let’s cover everything you have to know about prox cards and follow these steps in order to do it right. Prox cards require a few steps to get it right and if you skip something there is a good chance you can cause yourself a lot of headache. Let’s be proactive and skip the headache.
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?