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A designer’s sequence of activities is called the design process. The process of creating a design can be brief a quick sketch.

Brochure Design

Give Your Prospects A Chance To See For Themselves

The main feature of Brochure design is to present a company clearly and offer a detailed description of its activities, products, plans, and objectives, as well as, information about new products or company history.

Company information is more elaborate in a brochure than in a leaflet. It is common to use thicker coated paper (glossy) so the overall design will leave a stronger impression on the observer.

Brochures contain a detailed description of a product, your business, or a short history of your company, etc. There are two common types of brochure design’s folds Z-fold, and bi-fold. A Z-fold is used when a lot of information is presented. Only one panel at a time is displayed, and this presentation helps with keeping the reader from being bombarded with too much information. A basic bifold layout is appropriate for brochures with less information or larger images.

Give your customers a chance to get to know you and recognize what you do. Your brand is not what you present them, but what they feel when they flip the pages of a brochure you have designed.

  • Details about your company. 
  • Details about your products.
  • Plans and objectives.
  • Business information.
  • Company history.
  • Attract attention with compelling text.
  • Set the tone with color.
  • Bring the brochure to life with photographs.
  • White space can be used strategically to add emphasis to certain products or services.


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