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ID Cards

First impressions tend to stick with us for a long time. That’s why a good ID card design is important for any serious event coordinator. These ID badges will be the first visual representation of the event that a visitor will see, and they’ll be wearing it until the event is over. Considering that a busy person may attend a dozen events or conventions every year, it’s essential for you to provide them with a well-designed badge without any mistakes. The Customer’s Canvas online editor is the perfect tool for designing ID badges and filling them in with attendee data. Rid your customers of the pain of creating ID cards manually and help them avoid mistakes while filling them in.

This demo allows you to fill in a predesigned template with visitor data. You can lock your template to prevent changes to design elements while enabling your customer to enter the visitor name and information. Create an online gallery with visitor photos or upload them from other sources. Select the visitor’s type (guest, employee, etc.) from predefined options.

In this demo, you can choose to personalize an ID card from a template or create the design from scratch. Add an automatically generated QR code to simplify the registration process or to include additional information about the visitor on the card. If you want, you can give your customers full control over the badge’s design options. They can add and move images or logos, change the background image, or select a different lanyard color.

Creating printed materials for large events like conferences or trade shows is always difficult to manage. These events often require you to print thousands of unique personalized badges. With Customer’s Canvas, you can design a badge from scratch, or upload an InDesign or Photoshop template and add variable data fields. Once the fields have been set, you can import your data and generate print-ready files.

In many cases, designs in this product category require variable images in addition to variable text fields. This is often the case for ID cards. The Customer’s Canvas online editor has the functionality to add image placeholders or barcodes that can be filled with variable data in the same way as text fields.