In the professional realm of Web Design there is a style known as minimalist design. This system of showcasing a business online promotes the company based on the worth and value of its offerings, without a lot of visual mess.
Some Web Designers will design websites with many colors and many gadgets, too many pictures, sliders and buttons. A minimal approach seeks to use fewer gadgets and let the text and services and / or products speak for themselves.
In life a person can likewise overdue their presentation, whether in marketing and promotion or in social settings, by overstating their skills and / or values. Saying less and doing more is surely the better way. Getting others to champion one’s cause is even better.
If you can take up less space than possible and seem to occupy more space than is measurable in the hearts and minds of others, then you will have reached the upper echelons of social excellence. Being a person that is well liked and one that other people want to promote, is being a winner in the world.
Offering a hint of your hobbies and interests is smart. Reveal just enough to elicit some attention from others. Leave people wanting to know more. Utilizing this strategy of being soft on making an impression works wonders in life and online.
The online world is still part of the world. Wherever you are you are in the world. Who you are in the world does not change unless you modify yourself. The method and approach you use to market yourself socially and online influences the way customers and friends or colleagues perceive you.
There is value in promoting yourself. But as in business, even more so socially, the degree to which other people speak about you helps to present you in the best possible light.
You can print many business cards, which are one or two-sided and which have multiple graphics / images and various options for people to contact you. Is it best to list your office phone number, cellular phone number, e-mail address (business and personal), website, and social media links and so forth? Perhaps it might serve your interest to present yourself simply.
You could instead, list only one phone number and one e-mail address, which contains your website as a suffix. Your business card you have one image, being your main logo. Your logo, which is your calling card on the business card and online and wherever it appears, should be easy to perceive and comprehend at first glance. Keep it simple and be a minimalist. Let people incorporate their ideas and perceptions into who you are and into your business purpose. Being minimal can yield maximum results.