Brochure design concept to completion are not difficult, but Creative Brochure design and output are not easy. So we provide the services for designing the creative Brochure, record folder, presentation folder etc.
What custom options are available for brochures/Folders?
There are many custom printing and finishing options available, including die cutting, embossing, foil stamping, flood or spot UV coating, matte or gloss aqueous coating, Pantone and metallic inks, scented inks, Soft Touch coating, and many more.
Here are some brief example which can make attractive:
Foil applied to your print using heat and pressure can be shiny and metallic, or bright white and matte. We have holographic foil, scratch-off foil, colored and clear. We can help you imagine a way to make your logo, text or design elements pop right off the page.
Brochures can be embossed or debossed to make logos, text or images have a tactile feel to them. This can be used to great effect, making the brochure three dimensional engagement giving the customer something to touch and feel, increasing engagement. A 2011 study by researchers with the University of Southern California found that people are more likely to remember things they see when they also touch them.
Die cutting allows you to add unique cutouts or edge shapes to your brochures. You could die cut text so the image on the panel behind the text peeks through or make your brochure into a unique shape. We can help you implement custom die cuts so your brochures capture attention and stick in your customer’s mind.
Folded brochures are the simplest and most cost-effective way to control the way that customers see your message. Each panel of the fold is like a storyboard or a movie scene. As the paper unfolds, the customer sees and reads your branding just as you hope they will. Many of our folds can be done for as little as a penny a piece. The classic trifold brochure is the most popular because of the ease of mailing, but bifold, accordion (pictured) and even more elaborate folds can be used in a variety of creative ways.
Sometimes a subtle effect does more than a flashy one. Using Pantone, metallic or scented inks can add classy creativity to your brochure, helping it get noticed and remembered. Add spot UV coating to accent the design elements you want to stand out, differentiating your company and product for enhanced brand recognition at a lower cost than foil stamping.
Brochures are meant to be held, touched and ahhed over. You can engage the tactile senses with special coatings like Soft Touch®. Coatings can also change the function, not just the form, of the brochure. With an uncoated paper or matte finish your brochure can be written on. A glossy coating makes images pop off of the page and helps it withstand smudges and dirt.
Layouts and Folds Once you have a purpose in mind, how the brochure will be folded. A tri-fold brochure is the most common, by far, but you can go much further. Here are some examples.