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The photo is arguably the most important aspect of any badge. It is standard for most forms of ID badges to have a picture of the employee or student on the front of the card. These photos make the ID unique to the individual and helps to visually differentiate them from anyone else in the organization. As such it is essential that your photos are clear and distinct. It’s not as hard as you might think, if you follow a few simple guidelines:
When it comes to identifying visitors at your facility there are a lot of options. The most common are visitor log-books and some variation of a pre-printed card or nametag that says “Visitor” on it. But there may be an option you haven’t considered yet. If you have an ID Card Printer System in place to create employee or student ID cards don’t let it sit around collecting dust until the next time an employee ID card needs to be printed. Here are three reasons you should put that ID system to use for your visitor badges.
Welcome to a new segment we like to call “Tech Corner”. In this segment we will talk about a few roadblocks some of our ID Maker System owners have experienced and how to solve them in seconds. Enter today’s topic: Error 16:00. This Error can cause faint or light printing, permanently damage the printer's controller PCB and invalidate the warranty. Let’s fix it.
Lets dive into some of the most common and important questions when researching ID Card Systems: What is an ID Card System, what's included, is it customizable and more. if you are just starting to look into purchasing an ID Card System for your school or organization, you're in the right place.
Let’s start with the basics...If a printer prints in 600dpi that must be twice as clear as a 300dpi print right? Not exactly. You see, in order to actually see any higher quality print, the file size being printed needs to be much larger. It’s like watching a VHS tape on an HD TV...
Let’s be honest, we all know the value of wearing an id badge. If you don’t, you can start here. The question is, how do you encourage and inspire employees to wear them without being a tyrant or labeled the ‘id badge Nazi’? Here are 5 steps you can take to promote an id badge wearing culture within your organization.
Look at your ID badge. You know what I’m talking about. That faded and grimy card isn’t sending the clean professional message like it used to. But what’s your office supposed to do, print new ones for everyone every year? They could, but badge holders are a much more cost effective way to dramatically increase the life of your id card. On top of that badge holders also have some other tricks up their sleeve…
We know you have options for ID card systems available on the Internet. We also know smart customers pay attention to all the details. Why? Because details are where most companies hide all the yuck they don’t want you to know before you’re stuck with them. We like to do business another way. We like our customers and want them to like us back. So, with IDville, here is what you get in the details instead of the yuck…
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.