Good Looks and Security, Too

April 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Apr2009, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p54
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The article discusses the essential elements involve in identification card and badge design. It is noted that it is necessary to consider the use of the cards and the level of security that the company needs, as well as determining the orientation of the cards. In addition, an inexpensive photo backdrop should also be considered, where a white background looks best.


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