35 Creative Brochure Design examples for your Inspiration

Brochures are most commonly found at places that tourists frequently visit, such as museums, major shops, markets, malls, and tourist information. The most common types of single-sheet brochures are the bi-fold and the tri-fold. A bi-fold brochure results in four panels , while a tri-fold results in six panels

A brochure is supposed to provide additional information on a topic the potential client or consumer is interested in. It should highlight important benefits, features, build confidence and have the proper call to actions. The design should be eye-catching and consistent with your branding. Clients often give designers a large amount of information to fit into a brochure and fitting in all this information is often the hardest part. Try to beak up the information using white space, sub titles, images and so on. If there is just way to much information, ask the client if its possible to cut down the amount of text.

Brochure is very important part of advertisement, therefore we have picked 35 Creative Brochure Design examples for your Inspiration.

35 Creative Brochure Design examples for your Inspiration

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  • Awesome designs – truly inspiring! There seems to be a trend here – the proper use of colour. On designs with lots of colour or those with just a handful, they all seem very coordinated. I think what makes them stand out is that they don’t look like they’re made in Microsoft word! 😉 I’d be interested in hearing what other readers use to make leaflets and flyers? Fireworks? InDesign? Photoshop? Something else? Also what kind of paper and/or printers does everyone use? And finally what about delivery or distribution? I personally have an artist design mine (I only know how to use Word :P) and then pass the rest of the work off to leaflet delivery birmingham, for printing and delivery, but I’m sure there are other ideas. Anyone do the whole lot themselves? I can imagine that’d be a lot of work, but a good money saver for smaller startups?

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