Brochure Design

I supply design and print for top-quality brochures and clients are still asking for them.

Even in this age of electronic information, I don’t think any handheld electronic media is as impressive to prospects as a well-designed brochure. Only with a brochure can you ‘control’ the reading sequence, giving the information you want in the order that will convey it best. Only with a brochure can the quality of the print and the thickness of the paper give a great impression of your company. Brochures are convenient to carry and easy to dip into for information.

On a printed brochure, I can add matt/gloss contrasts to great effect using UV varnish combined with lamination. To add novelty with unusual print methods, I can use blind embossing, glossy metallic foils, fluorescent inks, cutout shapes or a pop-up page, if they are suitable methods to promote the client’s product or service. For practicality and updating, a folder can be added to the inside back cover. As well as the usual double-staple brochure binding, spines can be perfect-bound, spiral-bound or joined with brass screws. I have lots of design and print methods to make your brochure design stand out from the herd, to make it eye-catching.

I’m using brochure as a catch-all word here, the same attributes and possibilities apply to your annual report, your catalogue, your prospectus, your technical manual or event programme.

I have designed many well-received and impressive brochures and annual reports, give me a call and yours could be next.

scot_writers_picPic shows the McAllisters Accountants brochure designed by Adamson Design. The cover picture shows the directors, Kenny and Fiona, standing at the front door of their Glasgow premises.