Most of my keyring cards have something like this on the back:
But a few of my cards (like the one on the left) are mostly blank on the back, with write-on stickers so you can add elements that are personal to you. The white stickers can then be covered over with a clear sticker to keep it clean and neat.
While working on some dyspraxia-inspired new designs (some of which will also be useful to many people with fatigue, autism and/or other hidden conditions - there are some that I really want!) I thought: what if I switched to all cards having a mostly white back (with the logo and copyright info at the bottom) and then have stickers available separately - so you can buy a white sticker plus clear over sticker for, say, £0.30p and they can be used on the back of any card you want to use them on.
Whether it's writing 'See the care plan in my bag for treatment details' on the back of a card explaining your medical conditions, or listing things that can help on the back of the sensory overload card. It would give a much greater flexibility to the user. - However, the change would be very gradual with the plan back only appearing on new designs and re-prints as I gradually work through my current stock.
You could still use the extra stickers on the back of the old design ones - they would just have a border of the current design around the sticker, and a little of the design may show through the white sticker.
What do you think?
Shall I go blank?