What Spanish is used in the CommuniCard™ products?

The Spanish we use is based on what we learned during extensive interviews with Spanish speaking workers who work throughout the United States. Since the majority of these workers are from Mexico, the Spanish used by CommuniCard™ reflects their dialect and word usage. Some of the terms most commonly used to describe work are either the English term or a hybrid “Spanglish” word. An example of an English word adopted by Spanish speaking workers is “drywall” or “sheetrock”, which is used instead of “tabla de yeso”. A commonly used “Spanglish” word is “troca” for “truck” (English), instead of “camion” (Spanish.)

What type of research was done for the CommuniCard™ products?

Over 1000 people were interviewed, including employers and employees. Focus groups were held throughout the USA, including northern and southern California, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Georgia. Concepts and illustrations were tested for ease of communication, effectiveness, and cultural sensitivity.

I would like to customize a CommuniCard™ for my work. Is that possible?

Yes. CommuniCard™ LLC has well over a thousand images that can be customized in a wide range of media formats. A few examples are special purpose pocket guides, books, and single image posters. Contact sales@thecommunicard.com.

Can a CommuniCard™ be developed for my business?

Yes. CommuniCard™ has illustrators who are prepared to create custom images that are culturally sensitive and can quickly and effectively communicate your ideas.
Contact sales@thecommunicard.com.

I love the way the product looks. Who did the design work for the


CommuniCard™ was designed by the very talented graphics artists of Yellow Fin Studio in Austin, TX. Tina Huddock, President, was the lead designer. Yellow Fin Studio website is www.yellowfinstudio.com and you can reach Tina@yellowfinstudio.com.
Why is the CommuniCard™ so hard to copy?

The products have been created to be available to all consumers and to discourage piracy. CommuniCard™ products are patent pending and have been trademarked to protect the intellectual property of the product.