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Business cards are an important part of a company’s identity and branding. Having a well-designed business card that leaves a positive impression with clients will help to lead to more customers/clients and a more successful business.
These cards are often cut and printed in standard size card stock. This is a revealing mistakes that many designing company can not accept. This post showcases business cards designed on any material form. Some of them are visually appealling, some have fancy die cut, some are edible, and some are just crazy and others are still concept but really worth to be posted.
WebP(pronounced as “weppy”) is a method of lossy compression that can be used on photographic images. WebP offers compression that has shown 39.8% more byte-size efficiency than JPEG for the same quality in a large scale study of 900,000 images on the Web. The degree of compression is adjustable so a user can choose the trade-off between file size and image quality.
WebP, which was derived from Google’s WebM, a movie/video format, is currently unsupported by all Web browsers, even Google Chrome. For present browsers to display WebP images, they have to be displayed as a PNG graphic first. Richard Rabbat, lead product manager for Google’s “make the Web faster” program, however, said that they’ll be rolling out WebP support for Chrome within a few weeks.