Designing quality business brochures in the North East for over 15 years from my studio in Chester-le-Street, County Durham
Why use printed company brochures?
People like print! It’s tactile, familiar and perceived as being more legitimate. This is all great news when you want your to stand above the email clutter, because these days, paper feels new!
Even though corporate brochures are free, that doesn’t mean they should look cheap.
They represent your brand, services and your business. Poor corporate brochure design can do more harm than good and have a serious impact on how your company is perceived. If the design and print of your business brochure or catalogue doesn’t look professional, it can actually put people off. For that reason I make sure your company or product brochure is consistently branded, reinforces the quality and professionalism of your business and conveys information clearly and concisely.
Brochures are your paper sales team.
Whether your customers are local to Durham, Washington, Consett, Gateshead, Sunderland, Newton Aycliffe, Teesside the wider North East Region or further afield, printed brochures are a great way to reach them. As a leave-behind they are an effective way of putting your company information in the client’s hands, quite literally. They’re also a great reason to engage with them on a regular basis.
The cost effective way to be remembered.
My local and affordable professional brochure design and print packages are VAT FREE, which is perfect for non-registered sole traders and smaller businesses.
I make your brochures and catalogues look great with a minimum of fuss on your part.
After an initial briefing session, all I need from you is text and images…I take care of the rest. I’ll send you a PDF proof of the final brochure design for checking and comment, and once you’re happy with it I send it to print. All you have to do is sit back and wait for the fast turnaround delivery. It couldn’t be simpler.
Call Graem on 07889 124 361
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Brochure Top Tips
- Make sure the brochure design reflects and reincorces your company branding
- Make sure the front cover imagery and message is stylish and eyecatching
- Give it a dateline so customers know it’s the most recent version
- Create a page style and framework for essential recurring information
- If your brochure has more than eight pages...number them
- If there are more than 20 pages give the brochure a contents page
- Build your pages in columns to break up text and allow flexibility of image sizes
- Dont cram in text, use white space
- Use consitent fonts, colours and sizes for headlines, section breaks and bodycopy
- Make sure your images are good quality
- Minimise your colour pallete
- Make it easy for readers to contact you by clearly showing your contact information
- Use a “Call to Action” telling them what you want them to do next