The design of your brochure should be eye-catching and consistent with your branding; the right brochure design can convey a message of luxury or creativity making your products and services very attractive to potential clients and customers.

The two disciplines in creative brochure design are textual content and visual design. A brochure should provide content and information on a topic a potential client or customer will be interested in. It should highlight important features, benefits and call to actions.

It’s very tempting to cram and fill your brochure with as much information as possible. Try to avoid this and make the real goal of your new brochure to get the reader to take action (contact you in some way through the brochure)
Creative brochures are often printed using four colour process on thick gloss paper to give an initial impression of quality.

All of the brochure designs below have been printed with an offset printing press for quality reasons; it makes no sense to hire an expensive creative for your brochure design and then print the brochure with a laser printer. The brochure design examples below are typically used by businesses to promote their products or services.

Here are some designs by Twilight Emerald Print Design


Neeru loves design and blogging. She is currently writes for Online Ink Cartridge company Clickinks. Neeru has been a marketer, writer and blogger for 2 years. She specializes in content creation and design.

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