Business Book Cover Design Services

Investing in a professional design agency for your business book cover is – a great business investment.

Readers make a significant part of their buying decision of a business book based on the cover alone.

As an author, you have likely spent hundreds of hours writing your business book.

Get the most out of your investment by choosing a professional cover design agency for your business book!


* According to this source, 81.6% of readers gain interest in a book due to the cover, and 79.0% make a buying decision based solely on the visual appearance of the cover.

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Business book designs

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Easy 5 step Process

See how we design the perfect cover for your book together – in 5 easy steps.

1.
Free Consultation

You tell us about you, your book and your visions on a video call.

2.
Design

You receive the first version of your cover within 2 work days.

3.
Feedback

You point out any and all changes on a video call

4.
Further Revisions

If needed, we repeat steps 2 and 3 until you’re 100% satisfied.

5.
Delivery

You receive the book cover of your dreams.

1.
Free Consultation

You tell us about you, your book and your visions on a video call.

2.
Design

You receive the first version of your cover within 2 work days.

3.
Feedback

You point out any and all changes on a video call

4.
Further Revisions

If needed, we repeat steps 2 and 3 until you’re 100% satisfied.

5.
Delivery

You receive the book cover of your dreams.

2 Affordable PACKAGES

Choose between full book cover design and e-book only.

FULL COVER DESIGN

Everything you need for a full book cover
$ 199 One time fee
  • 100% human - 0% AI
  • Design of front cover, back cover and spine
  • Hardback, paperback, audio book cover and e-book versions
  • Unlimited revisions
  • All source files and copyrights
  • 14 days delivery
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E-BOOK COVER DESIGN

Everything you need for an e-book
$ 99 One time fee
  • 100% human - 0% AI
  • Design of front cover only
  • E-book version only
  • Unlimited revisions
  • All source files and copyrights
  • 7 days delivery
FULL COVER DESIGN
E-BOOK COVER DESIGN

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Frequently Asked Questions

What makes a good Business Book cover design?

A good Business book cover design should convey a professional tone incorporating corporate symbols and color. It is advised to keep the design minimal and balance creativity with professionalism to make the design relatable to the target audience.

Should I put my own photo in front of my business book cover?

It depends on the contents inside the book. If it heavily relies on your personal story or brand then it's a good idea to use your own photo on the front cover. Otherwise the image should be related to the main subject of the book so it is more relatable for readers.

Which elements can help my business book cover design stand out?

If you want to stand out in the category you need to focus on a unique perspective for the contents inside the book. Including prominent imagery and bold sans-serif typography always helps in business book cover design.

Free Video Consultation

Schedule a FREE 30 minute consultation to ask any questions you might have, and tell us about your visions for your book cover.

Founder and Lead designer of Book Cover Hub. Syed Abdullah Bukhari

Abdullah Bukhari

Founder and lead designer

With more than 6,000 book covers designed over the past 8 years, I have extensive experience working with authors to craft their perfect cover design.

Maybe you know exactly what you want on your cover. Maybe you only have a few vague ideas. In either case, we work together in order to create a visual concept that makes your book stand out from other titles.

Schedule your free consultation now - I'm looking forward to hearing about your book!

What is a Business Book Cover Design

A business book cover design is all about conveying professionalism, credibility and key message of the book effectively.

Business books are a valuable and influential genre, offering a range of insights, strategies, and stories for professionals and entrepreneurs.

But how do you attract and persuade these readers with your business book? How do you make them trust your authority and credibility? How do you stand out from the thousands of other business books in the market?

The answer is simple: you need a great cover. A cover is the first thing that potential readers see, and it can make a huge difference in their decision to buy or not buy your book. A good cover should not only be professional and elegant, but also relevant and informative to your book’s content, genre, and tone.

Business book covers are characterized by their professional image style and incorporation of business elements. We often see elements that help create a visual impact.

They contain people, objects, charts, and graphs. Textured backgrounds also play an essential role in creating a sense of depth and realism.

Another common sight in business book cover design is conceptual objects. You can use different objects from your book or your theme to give added meaning to your cover.

Common design elements of n Business book cover

Let’s understand the genre practices of business book covers by analyzing each part. Business books are not just stories of success and failure. They are stories of strategies, insights, and solutions.

It is an art that requires understanding the genre’s conventions.

They can be easily identified by their specific elements. Generally, they have professional images, neutral colors, and clear titles.

The goal is to impress the reader and convey the value of the book.

Here is what we will discuss:
1. Typography
2. Colors
3. Graphics

Typography

We have a lot of creative freedom when it comes to the typography for a business book cover.

We can opt for fonts that match the topic and the tone of the book. E.g., a modern font for a tech or innovation book, or a classic font for a history or biography book.

Conventionally, the titles of business book covers are simple and powerful. Sans serif and slab serif fonts are often preferred over other font types.

The tricky part is choosing a font that matches the image and the audience.

For instance, if you are designing the cover of a book about leadership and management, and you use a playful or casual font like Comic Sans or Curlz, it simply won’t match the image or the audience.

If you are confused about what works best, a good thing to try is to find books in similar sub-genres of business and use a font that matches that design style.

No matter the font chosen, your title should clearly stand out from the rest of the design.

In order to make the title stand out, you can use contrasting colors, negative space, and/or overlays. A solid or gradient background behind the title can enhance its readability.

The primary purpose of the subtitle is to give you more information about the book. By choosing a simpler font, you can increase its legibility. For the author’s name, best practice is using the same font as the title or the subtitle: Choosing a third font is usually not a good idea.

You can add a solid or gradient background behind your subtitle to improve readability. You typically want to choose a smaller size and a simpler font for the subtitle, while making sure it’s easy to read.

Colors

Choosing colors for your business book cover design will always depend on your image and your style.

Consider the genre, the topic, the mood, and the audience before deciding your color palette.

If the book is about creativity and innovation, you should opt for a bright color palette. However, if the book is about finance and accounting, dark colors are the way to go – you get the idea.

The trick is not as much choosing the right color, but rather the right color balance.

A single color on its own doesn’t have much impact. However, when colors are combined, they have a huge impact:

Neutral and pastel colors are suitable to represent professionalism, calmness, or elegance.

Bright and bold colors help to convey energy, emotion, or uniqueness.

When designing a business book cover, it is essential to balance two things: impressing the reader and conveying the mood.

Saturated and vivid colors can add a sense of impact and attention, while desaturated and dull colors often add a touch of subtlety and sophistication to the design.

Images

Understanding how to use the correct image style is the most crucial part of any business book cover design.

If your book is about a specific industry or case study, choose images with relevant and authentic details; for a more general or abstract book, look more towards images with minimal or symbolic details.

Your book also plays a crucial part in selecting the right image style: Always make sure your chosen image is relevant, appealing, and meaningful.

Business book covers have various design styles, but the most common feature is their professional and realistic appearance compared to fiction and other genres. A good business book cover should highlight the image and the message of the book.

When selecting images, take your audience into consideration. For instance, the US market for business book covers conventionally rewards having a close-up shot of the author or the subject on the front of the book, while readers in the UK tend to prefer wider shots with more context and background on their book covers in the business genre.

What do you get in n Business book cover design package?

Here at book cover hub we start from initial ideas (concept development) to a final product that perfectly captures your book’s essence. Through exploration of color, form, and typography, the designer will craft a cover that evokes the mood and emotion of your story. With unlimited free revisions and 100% Money-Back guarantee all files are delivered in high-quality ready for printing. Checkout our packages section for more details.

The Process of hiring n Business book cover designer

The cover can hugely impact your sales of any book – and this is especially true when it comes to business book.

Whether conscious or unconscious, readers are inclined to equal a low-quality cover with a low-quality book.

Fun fact: Almost 71% of all readers make a purchase decision based on the book cover alone.

To hire a business book cover designer, you should always start with doing your research and gathering inspiration. Jot down what you like and dislike in general, make a list of covers you love, and make note of elements, colors, and image styles that would fit your book.

Your second step is to find a designer that suits your design requirements. Among other options, you can do it yourself, find a single freelancer based on their portfolio, or go to a freelance platform. Always consider their experience and design skills before making the decision.

Once you have gathered all the required information, compare the designers on your list based on their experience, style, rates, and availability.

Hire the designer that best aligns with your needs and budget. Ensure you establish a clear contract outlining the scope of the work, the timeline, the number of revisions, and the payment terms.

Why Choose Book Cover Hub?

You should work with BCH simply because it’s a smart choice! With our vast experience of over 6,000 book covers, skills, solid team, and stellar portfolio, you get to enjoy quick delivery, unlimited free revisions and a solid customer support.