There’s any number of ways you can get creative with business cards, but we particularly like what Spanish telecommunications engineer Ramiro Pareja Veredas has done with this one. The circuit board business card not only looks pretty cool, it holds 24kb of information (enough to fit your CV) and can be inserted into a USB port to download information.
Veredas came up with his idea while embarking on a career change. Making the move from IT to the world of engineering, he figured a paper card wasn’t going to cut it and opted to experiment with this circuit board creation.
The same size as a credit card (85.6 × 54 mm), the front side features Veredas’ contact details meanwhile the back has all the electronic parts soldered.
If you want to get all the nitty gritty specification on the card, visit Veredas’ site here.
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