Welcome to our Photoshop in 60 Seconds series, in which you can learn a Photoshop skill, feature, or technique in just a minute!
Photoshop in 60 Seconds: Customizing a Business Card
A great way to impress any prospective client is to give them an amazing business card. And you can customize a simple template easily right in Adobe Photoshop. For the best templates around, try one of our amazing Business Card Templates from GraphicRiver.
Want to know where to start? Check out this quick video below to learn more.
How to Customize a Business Card Template
For this tutorial, I'll be using this awesome Creative Personal Business Card template. After opening the template into Photoshop, start by updating it with your name and pertinent information using the Type Tool (T).
To change the colors for the bottom rainbow bars, simply Double-click the Fx option to access the Layer Styles and change the Gradient Overlay to the colors you desire.
Last but not least, add a quick picture! Drag and Drop the photo of your choice onto the Smart Object designated for the main photo, resize it with the Free Transform Tool (Control-T), and then hit Save to lock your changes into place.
Want to see this in action? Check out the video above to see this lesson at work! Or enlist the help of the good folks from Envato Studio to handle any of your design needs.
A Bit More Detail
Want to learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to create stunning designs? Check out the following links:
- The A to Z of Adobe PhotoshopMary Winkler19 May 2014
- The Ultimate Design Guide to Standard Business Card SizesGrace Fussell26 Apr 2016
- 10 Top Tips for Designing Your Own Business CardsGrace Fussell19 Jan 2016
- 60+ Time-Saving Print Templates for Adobe InDesign & PhotoshopGrace Fussell17 Sep 2021
This is part of a series of quick video tutorials on Envato Tuts+ in which we introduce a range of subjects, all in 60 seconds—just enough to whet your appetite. Let us know in the comments what you thought of this video and what else you'd like to see explained in 60 seconds!