The different brochure sizes have its specific use or purpose take for example the unfolded 8 ½ x 11 which is commonly used in creating product sheets or may be tri-folded if ever to be used as a company’s brochure.
However, for those companies that want to economize the 11 x 17 brochure may be employed. These 11 x 17 brochures are simply folded in half.
There are certain things to consider when creating brochures. First you have to make the cover as interesting as possible.
Bear in mind that it’s the cover that will be the first thing that your customers will notice when they received your brochures. The cover will determine the very first impressions of your customers toward your business.
Likewise, try to create a theme in which your customers may relate to and then make use of this theme all throughout the content in your brochure.
Make use of one large illustration that illustrates a story that has significance to your readers for a much greater impact. In terms of pictures to be use for your brochures again it is best to choose photographs that provide an idea on the message that you want to convey. And then put captions on the cover to further provide your readers with ample information on what’s in store for them.
Try to have as much information in your brochure.
Don’t be afraid to include every important information you deem helpful to your clients. And then highlight every facts that you want your customers to remember about your business like business hours, your business address, your business phone numbers, costs of products and services.
Then make use of photos instead of drawings since photos suggest realism and is known to increase retention by 26%.
Then lastly try to make your brochures worth keeping.
Make use of convincing words to encourage consumers to continuously support your business. Have your brochures printed by only the best brochure printing company available.
Remember that your brochure acts as your representative to your customers so make sure you make a good impression.