- Corporate Brochure Design
- Banners Design
- Namecard, Letterhead Design
- Corporate Identity Design
- Ads Promotional Items
From your current corporate identity, we can follow through your brand and design your print materials. We can work with your printers or we can recommend you to our printers for the actual printing of the approved design work. Do feel free to contact us and we can go through a detailed study of your requirements, target market and marketing strategy.
Brochure Design Terminology
1. Number of Pages
The number of pages of a brochure is defined by the number of sides that the brochure contains. For example, see the diagram below that shows a 4 page A4 brochure created by folding a sheet of A3 paper into half. It contains 4 sides, a. Front, b. Inside Front, c. Inside Back and d. Back.
2. Binding Types
There are 2 most common ways for binding a brochure.
a. Perfect Binding
A Perfect bind is when the left edge of the paper is glued together to form a booklet. This is commonly used when you have a brochure that contains alot of pages. For a perfect bind, we can add in denominations of 2 sides at a time.
b. Saddle Stitch
A Saddle stitch is when the pages are stapled through the middle to form a booklet. Booklets can be stapled up to 80 pages for a booklet, depending of the thickness of the paper. For a Saddle stitch, we can add in denominations of 4 sides at a time.
3. Brochure Design Folds
Some of the common folds used for brochures are shown below.