Animated Business Card

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Chung Dha Lam, a student at Grafisch Lyceum Rotterdam in the Netherlands got the idea of his animated business card after receiving a special book called magic moving images. By using a printed overlay animation to vamp up his regular old business card, his mission was to catch more attention and make the receiver remember the card better and stand out from the others thus ensuring that it doesn't get thrown away - as most business cards usually end up.

"Less is more and keep it simple". - Chung Dha Lam

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Flash animated greeting cards can include interactivity, for example, asking the viewer to choose a picture to animate, however, most Flash e-cards are designed to convey the sentiment of the sender through simple observation.
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hehehe. Grammar nazi... sounds cool.

Is hypersensitivity worse than being a grammar nazi? I've lost track of the hierarchy...
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Being in business myself, it is clear to me that the cards I remember the most are the creative and clever ones. Therefore I remember the people who gave them to me more vividly. Good idea in my opinion.
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