Attract More Customers With High-Quality Brochure Printing
Brochure printing is a staple of marketing for a good reason. Not only are they great sources of information for buyers, they also increase awareness of your company and give you more visibility.
One of the primary applications of the brochure is advertising your products and services. However, there are plenty of other ways you can use brochures. For instance, you can make a brochure to showcase your company, especially your mission and vision, to potential investors and employees.
Here are some of the brochure folds that you can use to customize yours.
Half fold Brochures
Also known as a half-fold or two-panel brochure, it is folded in half for a wide panel size.
As the name implies, the trifold divides your brochure into three vertical panels. The right panel folds underneath the left.
This fold divides your brochure into three vertical panels into its distinctive Z shape. Each panel folds on top of one another.
This brochure is a three-panel design, with the width of the outer panels each measuring one half the width of the central panel. These two panels fold inward to form the "gate".
The accordion fold divides your brochure into four panels that fold on top of one another, which gives it an "accordion" layout.
Double Parallel Fold
The double parallel fold divides your brochure into four panels. First, it is folded in half to form two panels, and in half again, to form parallel folds that go in the same direction.
Also known as a right angle fold, the french fold divides your brochure into four panels. The paper is folded in half, and the folded again perpendicular to the first fold.
Parallel Map Fold
This fold divides your brochure into four vertical panels. First, the paper is folded in half. Then, each panel is folded in half in opposite directions, one folding forward and one backward.
Standard brochure sizes:
- Bi-fold - 8.5" x 11"
- 3-panel - 8.5" x 11"
- 4-panel - 8.5" x 14"
If you want to create a custom brochure size, you can build a custom product with custom sizes, paper, and coating to fit your marketing needs.
Keep your brochure design in mind when choosing your layout. A bigger panel size puts emphasis on design elements. If you plan to have an information-heavy brochure, especially for product and service details, consider using four-panel brochures to break it up.
Create the brochure that's just right for your business. Print brochures today and they will be folded, packed, and ready for shipping as soon as today.