I know that the most important steps for becoming a professional translator involve behind-the-scenes hard work and commitment. However, the most thrilling so far has been cosmetic. Once I quit my full-time job and got an official office desk, I set out to making some business cards.
Not having a lot of actual graphic design skills presently, I looked to my friend Sarah of CoffeeCatsKimchi for help.
You can see her post about my first draft of my business cards on her blog. I can’t believe what she did with my very amateur sketch.
Recently, I got a bit of an update before printing new cards.
I kept the beautiful design elements, and changed only a few details. (This is a photo of somewhat cheap prints, so the quality is a bit lower.)
Again, a huge thank you to Sarah Gavin for helping me design such professional-looking business cards!