Brochure Design Company

If a brochure is in your marketing campaign you will want to make sure that you have an eye catching design. Brochures can be your traveling salesman when you incorporate them into different arenas such as trade shows, distribution to nearby businesses or even use them in a direct mail campaign.

  • Rack Cards
  • Bi-fold Brochures
  • Tri-fold Brochures
  • C-Fold or Z-Fold Brochures
  • Booklets
  • Presentation Folders

The two most common brochure styles are single sheet (sometimes referred to as “rack cards” ) or in booklet forms.

Some common types of single-sheet brochures are the bi-fold (a single sheet printed on both sides and folded into halves) and the tri-fold (the same, but folded into thirds). A bi-fold brochure results in four panels (two panels on each side), while a tri-fold brochure results in six panels (three panels on each side).

Other types of brochures are available: the accordion or “Z-fold” method, the “C-fold” method, etc. Larger sheets, such as those with detailed maps or expansive photo spreads, are folded into four, five, or six panels.

Booklet brochures are made of multiple sheets most often saddle stitched (stapled on the creased edge) or “perfect bound” like a paperback book, and result in eight panels or more.

Brochures are often printed on gloss paper using upto four color processes to give an initial impression of quality. Businesses may turn out small quantities of brochures on a computer printer or on a digital printer, but offset printing turns out higher quantities for less cost.

A print brochure usually uses higher-quality paper, more color, and is folded, compared with a handbill or flyer.

If you are looking for a brochure or collateral pieces, the Baer Edge has several graphic designers that can turn out logos and designs that run the gamut from traditional to cutting edge.