You already know how important it is for you to have professional brochures printed out. It’s a cost-effective and efficient way of letting people know about the products or services that you have to offer as a business. But the more important question is: how can you make your brochures stand out? If all companies realize that printing a brochure is a cheap way to advertise their wares, what can they do to make those color brochures pop out? Read on to find out.
How to Make Your Brochures Stand Out
There is an entire rainbow of colors that you can use as a palette, and hundreds of design templates that you can utilize. But how can you customize the design in such a way that it will make someone take notice, pick up, and actually read your brochure? Here’s how:
- By balancing the images and content.
One of the biggest mistakes made by those who are designing brochures is using too many images or using too much text. You don’t want the brochure to read like a book, but you don’t want it to be a photo album, either. There should be just the right balance of text and images, enough to make a reader want to flip through the individual pages.
- By not overcrowding the brochure with too much information.
Again, don’t make the mistake of putting too many photos or text on the brochure. Leave enough white space to make a picture of a product stand out. Minimize marketing taglines, and use only the briefest summaries as a description of the image.
- By having an eye-catching design.
While you’re at it, pay attention to the overall look of the brochure. Do the colors, font, images, background, and layout make up for a pleasant whole? When you look at the brochure, is it something that people will immediately associate with your brand? Make sure that the design is eye-catching and is something that appeals to your target audience.
- By choosing a high-quality printing process and material.
More importantly, choose a brochure print service provider that will give you the best-looking print. There are many digital printing companies out there, but offset printing using state-of-the-art Heidelberg printing presses are better. One look and a reader will know if your brochure was printed poorly or not, so invest in good quality prints.
By following these tips, you can make people stand up and take notice of your brochures and actually read them – so that they can learn more about what you have to offer as a business.