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Brochure with a Branding Image.

A brochure is an informative paper document (often also used for advertising) that can be used for various marketing collaterals with a strong theme. We have many successful projects for company profile designs in brochure format in 2 or 3 folds as the essential marketing collateral.

Wide Artboard in Brochure Design.

The brochure format features a wide panel artboard in an open size so that we can have sufficient space to implement a superior layout and creativity to impose the design. This feature allows us to unlock the level of beauty with more creative design in extended artwork across all the brochure panels.

Brochure Design is applicable for the following:

  • Company Profile / Corporate Profile
  • Food Catalogue
  • Product Catalogue
  • Service Catalogue
  • Sales kit
  • Photo Album

Resources about brochure

What is a brochure?

A brochure, also called a pamphlet, is an informative document with a standard size of an A4 piece of paper. Brochures can come in various fold types: single-fold, bi-fold, or tri-fold.

How to make a brochure?

Once you have your draft copy, logo, and images prepared, you’re ready to create your brochure.

1. Choose your format:

Look at your content and think about the purpose of your brochure, to decide whether bi-fold, 3-fold, or Z-fold will work best for you. If you’re creating a menu or want to feature a lot of detailed information, a tri-fold could be a good choice; whereas if you want to include large prominent imagery, a bi-fold might give you more space.

2. Conceptualize and design

Once you have picked the format of the brochure, you can visualize the total space with the number of panels. Then, we can design it with a new theme, graphics, and images and reserve some space for content.

3. Lay out your content

Once you’ve got your design, you can start filling it with your content and editing as you go. Make sure all the texts can fit in the design without compromising the design in nice layouts.

4. Choose your paper and finishing

When you’re satisfied with your brochure’s layout and look, choose the paper stock that best fits the style of your brochure. We always recommend the thicker paper to make print-out results more exclusive and elegant.

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