We design and execute creative and highly impactful brochures according to your company’s established brand identity, thereby customizing the entire look and feel of your Corporate Brochure. This company brochure also sets the tone for your new Corporate Brand identity. Our expertise in designing brochures & catalogs can be a stepping stone for your business.
Different Types of Brochure
Bi-fold brochures or half-fold brochures
Bi-fold brochures are made out from one or more sheets of paper that is folded once, in two halves. Most of the times, the fold line runs perpendicular to the longest side of the sheet. This folding forms 4 panels out of a single sheet of paper: a front cover, a back cover, and two internal pages.
Tri-fold brochures, 6-page roll-fold brochures, c-fold brochure
Tri-fold brochures are made out from a sheet of paper that is folded two times. Tri-folds have 6 panels to place information on - 3 "outside" panels and 3 "inside" panels. The 6 panels are the same size. Tri-fold brochures are one of the most common brochures worldwide. Tri-folds are suitable for high-impact designs. Overall, tri-fold brochures are versatile and great for most marketing campaigns.
Multi-Page Bi-Folds, Booklets, 8-page, 12-page bi-folds
Most people would use the word "brochure" as a synonym for "booklet", so if they refer to an 8-page brochure, they are in fact referring to an 8-page booklet. A booklet is, technically speaking, a set of multi-page bi-fold brochures that are bound together. The term "booklet" implies more than one sheet of paper. A way to see it is that booklets are created by binding bi-fold brochures together - usually by stacking and stapling them. you can create an 8-page booklet (2 bi-folds), a 12-page booklet (3 bi-folds), and on. Each bi-fold brochure adds 4 new pages to the page count.
Leaflets, Handbills, no-fold Brochures, Flyers
Flyers are ideal for promotions or campaigns were the target audience is vast. Flyers are communication pieces created to achieve mass distribution at low cost, similar to pamphlets, leaflets or circulars. Flyers are usually a plain single sheet of paper without any fold. They are usually small in size - a LTR page or smaller. While some of them are printed in full color, some others are printed in just one or two colors to keep costs down. They can be single- or double-sided.