We asked three media companies to explain how to represent complicated concepts and campaigns on a simple Business Card.

Melanie Chadwick is an artist who slips Business Cards into her customer’s packages – but they’re not your run-of-the-mill cards.

Illustrator Penelope Dullaghan creates Luxe Business Cards that are so beautiful, they're like little collectable works of art in their own right.

Photographer John Carratt takes pictures of the insides of buildings for Google Street View – and uses them to personalise cards for clients.

Graphic designer Helen Driver uses MOO Stickers to drive web traffic and create a united brand around her distinctive portfolio of work.

Two women. Entrepreneurs. They have a company together, but have never met in real life. We wanted to know more about this original couple of founders so we quenched our curiosity by asking questions.

Learn how the Brokedown Palace uses MOO products to give customers a personal, on-brand experience when ordering online - especially when it comes to sending presents!

MOO and Etsy are very complimentary companies which can help you sell your handmade products. Check out how Marine's passion for design became a business with our little help.

MOO’s resident Frenchman Quentin Ferier made some brilliant MiniCard flashcards using our Textomatic technology to help him learn some of our more unusual slang. We think they’re tres bien!

How do you promote yourself when you're a maths genius? We spotted Matthew Handy's cards and think he must just have cracked the code!

Using their original logo, Cozy took advantage of MOO’s Printfinity technology, to create a design spread over four Business Cards.

Incorporating player silhouettes from five main sports, Fantasy Sports Portal's business cards graphically show what they are all about.