I’ve been workong on Onigig (cloud software to create the best job descriptions in the world) but I also get to see cool business cards too — this is one of the most creative business cards I’ve seen in awhile —  it shows a Twitter, Web and email address all wrapped in one.

It belongs to designer Natalie Roberts Doud (thanks to Software Architect Matt Levy for alerting me to it).

Natalie’s got a pretty creative resume too:

 

About the Author — Rob Kelly is co-founder & CEO of Ongig: the video job descriptions platform that includes job search, microsites and more to power your company careers site. Early clients of Ongig include Yelp, GoDaddy, Verizon Digital and Autodesk. 

Other Popular Posts by Rob Kelly:

The Top 70 Applicant Tracking Systems (2016)

Improve Your Recruiting with Video Job Descriptions

7 Steps to Writing the Best Job Descriptions

20 of the Best Company Career Sites (and Why!)

15 Must-Haves for Your Company Career Site

20 Creative Ideas for Your Company Career Site

Rob Kelly

Co-Founder and CEO at Ongig
Ongig transforms your job descriptions to attract the best talent faster. Ongig is a content management system that supercharges your job descriptions through video, images, pictures, chat, social sharing, microsite creation and much more. Jobs can be more easily found through Artificial Intelligence-based job search and all pages are Mobile and SEO optimized. Ongig's professional copywriting team will even rewrite your job descriptions. Early clients of Ongig include Yelp, GoDaddy, Verizon, Intel andAutodesk.

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    I would definitely want to see more of business cards similar to the one posted above.
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  • Zmalik979

    This is called creativity, creative designs like this makesplastic ard more attractive and that’s why there are very much demanding…..

  • I love the CV (resume)!

  • Peecoh

    Perfect for a designer. I’d bring her in just to meet someone with that kind of creativity.

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