Corporate Company Bifold Brochure Template
This elegant and well organized A4 size bi-fold business brochure template is in PSD format. It’s ready to print. The business brochure template is suitable for promoting your business events in an elegant style. This is a Corporate A4 Size Bifold Brochure. This template contains a 300 dpi print-ready CMYK psd files. All main elements are editable and customizable.
- Easy Customizable and Editable
- A4 Size 8.27 x 11.69 inches
- CMYK Color
- Design in 300 DPI Resolution
- Print Ready Format
- 8 PSD files
- 4 Different Colors: Red, Blue, Orange and Green
- Note : photos are not included
- Adobe Photoshop CS4 version
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Images used : http://thestocks.im/
Brochures allow businesses to introduce new products and services to existing customers or increase their reach by advertising to new prospects. They can be handed out in person, mailed, or left at specific businesses that are willing to help you reach their customers.
How to Use Brochures
Best Practices When Creating a Brochure
- Identify your target audience. A target audience is a specific group of people at whom your product or service is aimed. A target audience may describe people of a specific age group, profession, income level, gender, marital status, and so on or any combination of these factors. The brochure needs to be designed with your target audience in mind. For example a brochure aimed at young moms should look and feel different from a brochure aimed at recent retirees.
- Select an appropriate format. Based on your target audience, determine the format of the brochure. The format includes such elements as the size, type of paper, and number of folds. You may also want to think about how the brochure will be distributed. Will it be mailed or handed out at an event?
- Determine the type of information to include. The information that is included varies from one brochure to the next. The brochure may include the organization’s mission statement, product features, charts and graphs, instructions, photos, and a logo. To help decide what to include, think about what purpose the brochure serves. Is it to remind a prospect about the basics of your business or is it to sell a specific service or product, in which case you’ll want to make sure your prospect knows what to do next: visit your website, enter a code, call a special phone number, etc.
- Lay out the content. The key is to keep your brochure design simple and effective. Too much information may cause the brochure to appear cluttered. As a result, your message will be lost. Limit the number of colors used to between two and four and use each color consistently. For example, use one color for the headings and subheadings, and another for general text.