Brochure Design Elements

Along with a variety of signs, promotional products, and vehicle wraps, Infinity Signs can also help design and manufacture brochures for businesses, non-profits, events, and more. When designing a brochure, there are some elements that make up a good design.

Format

Brochures come in different formats. Some formats work better than others for certain brochures and the type of information being presented. The most common format that comes to mind when people think of brochures is a tri-fold brochure. This format allows a lot of information to be presented because it is broken up by the folds. However, if big pictures and luxury products are going to be in the brochure, then a tri-fold style might not be the best choice.

White Space

While people want to include as much information in a brochure as possible, they also need to leave room for white space. Without balanced white space the brochure will look cluttered and confuse the eye.

Colors

The colors should coordinate with the company logo and color scheme. Avoid going overboard with color because too much will be off-putting. However, using no color will make the brochure boring and people will be less inclined to pay attention to it.

Typography

Because brochures are to be read, the font, its size and spacing matters. Avoid using small fonts just to cram more information on the page. Keep the text simple and easy to read. It needs to be large enough for the audience the brochure is targeting and should have sufficient spacing so it doesn’t look like the words are sitting right on top one another.

Those who plan on designing their brochure themselves before having Infinity Signs print it, should keep these elements in mind. The graphic design team at Infinity Signs can also help design brochures. Talk to them about creating the perfect brochure for the next company event.

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