UK’s Starling Bank breaks away from traditional credit cards, with their latest portrait-style card design. However, they aren’t the only ones, as Virgin America also offers a portrait credit card, while Capital One partnered with GM for their lineup. Some countries may have gone nearly all-digital, but these cards would make sense, especially for merchants that have chip readers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The question is why these cards haven’t taken over entirely. Everything in our lives is portrait now, with the formerly square-only Instagram not only allowing portrait photography but creating a whole portrait-mode video service as well,” reports The Verge.