Well-designed brochures get your message out to customers quickly and concisely. The most common type (tri-fold) are small enough to slip in a pocket or an envelope, and they pack a real punch, particularly if they are well-designed (there’s a trick to this – you want your brochure to look good, and keep interest across multiple pages and folds).
The best part about brochures is their “cost versus impact”. They can be quite cost-effective, but can allow for several different areas of information – front cover for a message and nice picture, back for contact information and even a map, first-fold for your lead-off message, interior for something big… the possibilities are endless. And yes, brochures can also be a fold-over booklet, or something else. Let us know what you are thinking, and we’ll make it a reality. Contact us for more information.
Tips in designing your brochure:
- introduce a new product or perk up interest in an existing product line
- acquaint customers with major services you provide
- point out key features and benefits to new and potential customers