Business bifold, trifold, pamphlet brochure graphic design service starts from affordable prices.
From 2 page leaflets to full product brochures and catalogues, we produce for direct clients and media agencies alike, designing and marketing materials for presentation businesses of all sizes.
What we need to start?
- Reference examples from the styles you like.
- Product photo and text if you have.
- Preferred colors.
What can we do with this design
- all kind of brochure dimensions.
Business bifold, trifold, pamphlet brochure graphic design
Ready? Get started today! Ready for the professionals to create your business bifold, trifold, pamphlet brochure graphic design? Just follow our 3 easy steps and you’ll be on your own way.
Email your detailed project with images and text if you have. You can also show a sample of your desired work. For large orders you can use dropbox or wetransfer.
We will send you an estimate and wait for your go ahead to proceed with the project. Watermarked samples will be sent for your appraisal.
We will amend the work until you are completely satisfied. Only then, will we invoice you. Upon payment, the final design work will be sent to you.
4 Tips for Designing Presentations That Don’t Suck.
In this post we’re going to address the epidemic of bad presentation design with 4 practical tips for designer better looking and more professional presentations. Let’s get started!
1. Use Quality Photography.
Photography is one of the single best ways to make your presentation look awesome. It’s also one of the single best ways to make it lame. The “business people on white background” look is nice, but it’s overdone and tends to look a bit stock art-ish or flat out cliche.
Finding Free Photos
Where are these amazing photos you say? For starters, check out Stock XCHNG, a free stock photography website with tons of content (good and bad). Also, did you know you can run a Flickr Search using only creative commons licensed content?
2. Solid Colors Rock.
The key here is to be very cautious about your color choice. Something too bright bright and fun will blow the audience’s eyes out. Also make sure to use plenty of contrast in your secondary color. A crash course in color theory will go a long way.
If you need help building color palettes, check out the free tools below.
Kuler. Kuler is the quintessential online color tool. Choose from thousands of awesome pre-built color schemes or generate your own with advanced but user-friendly tools.
0to255. 0to255 is another one of my favorites and is an amazing tool for finding variations of a color. This makes it perfect for hovers and borders in web design but it can also be great for finding an accent color for typography or other elements in a presentation.
3. Typography Speaks Volumes.
Non-designers frequently stress out about finding the proper typeface for a presentation, and for good reason. The right font can me make or break your presentation. Typography is a major art form in the design world and it can really set the stage for what you want to say.
The biggest mistake that people make with fonts in presentations is assuming that the first three font styles listed above are boring. This causes them to jump to something like the font on the bottom because it feels more unique and interesting.
4. Watch Your Readability.
While we’re on the subject of typography, you should always be aware of how readable the type is in your presentations. Sometimes the amazing photography tip from #2 will leave you in a situation like the one below.
Here we have a really captivating image, but it’s wreaking havoc on the readability of our text. Even if we make the text bold and try different color variations, it still comes up short. This can be immensely frustrating to new designers.