Multi Panel Brochure Designs
Creative Repute offers professional brochure design services.
Our award-winning graphic design team will be happy to design a custom brochure for your individual needs and deliver professional, high-quality results. Creative Repute consists of detail-oriented thinkers who aim to create beautiful designs in various media that captivate and intrigue. By exploring evocative colors, typography-hierarchy, and gorgeous images and text, we love discovering the creative solution to each project. If you need professional brochure design services, please reach out to us.
Brochure Design That Engages
Brochures usually resemble a pamphlet or an A4 size piece of paper, though they can be produced in any number of sizes or shapes. They are traditionally single or multi-fold paper-based documents, but with the advent of the web, they come in digital varieties too.
Well-designed brochures help businesses market their products or services, generate brand awareness, and gain clients.
When designed effectively, brochures are an excellent method of generating brand awareness and gaining new customers. There are several important elements of brochure design for business:
– Have a clear objective
– Ensure that the folds complement the brochure copy
– Keep your brochure copy concise
– Use readable fonts
– Pick the proper brochure stock and coating
– Use high-resolution photos
– Include a CTA (call-to-action)
For best results, it’s important to work with a professional design team who can capture all the elements that will make a successful brochure design possible.
A trifold brochure is often requested, however we’ve designed bi-folds, four-folds, and digital brochures. If you decided to hire us to design a print brochure, it’ll be important to factor in both the front and back.
Creative Repute is available to design stunning brochures for your business. Contact us to get started.
Multipage Document Design Process – Estimated Timeline
Phase 1: Onboarding (1 week)
– Creative Brief.
– Review content shared & prep for Discovery Process to dig deeper.
– Share process.
– Share estimate / proposal.
– Sign work agreement.
– Process payment.
Phase 2: Clarify Scope of Work & Collect Additional Information (1-2 weeks)
– Review information collected from the initial Creative Brief interview.
– Assign team members to Project. Set clearer project milestones.
– Collect contact info from the decision makers who will be offering feedback during the design process.
– Set up weekly Progress Reports
– Collect archival information from the client such as images. Collect Style Guide & Final Copy.
– Dive into a Discovery Process to fill in any blanks and circle back to the client with questions if necessary.
– Confirm the size of the document, deliverables, and how the printer would like it formatted with bleeds & color or if it’s for the web, what the ideal size should be.
– Organize data collected & create user personas to understand stakeholders and target audience.
Phase 3: Translation (1-3 weeks)
– Read document for copy editing & to highlight what can be clarified or become call out text.
– Create wireframe version of the document using text & filler rectangles for photos or graphics.
– Organize photos & pair them with sections of the document.
– Run style guide through tests for accessibility such as contrast, ADA, closing web friendly legible fonts, color blindness, & impact/purpose. Form a complimentary style guide that will be used for the document design.
Phase 4: Design (2-4 weeks if feedback is given within 24 hours each time an update is shared)
– Design full page mock-ups according to guidelines and lay styling on top of the print version’s wireframe.
– Sketch illustrations, icons, and infographics.
– Convert sketches into fully formed stylized illustrations, icons, and infographics for the document.
– Hyperlink sections of the document if applicable for the web version.
Phase 5: Quality Control (48 hours)
– Run a series of visual checks through the newly designed document to assure it’s of quality.
– Read through the document to assure it flows well and that visual communication is clear.
– Share with the client to approve final delivery.
Phase 6: Marketing Plan (3 days)
– Share all dissected visual assets with the client to convert into individual social media or newsletter posts if applicable.
– Share print ready copy of the document.
– Share web copy of the document with hyperlinks to upload to the website if applicable.
– Test and review everything again.
Phase 7: Launch & Maintenance (48 hours)
– Make the document live on the website.
– Offer to implement tracking to measure clicks & downloads.
– Remain available for maintenance and unforeseen updates that may be needed after the launch.
– Confirm that the print ready copy of the document was received and that the printers are all set.
– If there are funds left on the retainer, remain on standby to convert sections into social media posts.