8 Ideas for Better Brochures
If you’re going to produce a brochure to help market your product or service, you’d better know what you’re doing. Unlike a humble flyer that doesn’t cost very much and can easily be reprinted, a full-blown brochure represents a bigger investment. Even if you’re going two- or three-color, you’ll pay plenty after you’re finished with photography, illustration, type, printing, binding and so on.
In order to help you get the most for your money, here are some practical brochure tips and techniques that you can put to work next time around.