By On Aug 08, 2018 Brochure
Now that you have finalized your entire brochure, the time has come to print. Most printers are unable to print right from the edges; hence, resulting in white borders around the edges. Thus, you must always ensure that your design extends all the way and starts from its edges. For this purpose, you will have to use a printing technique known as ‘full bleed’. This technique helps you in printing the desired visual layout without any white spaces left on the borders of the brochure.
Brochures manage to present a larger amount of information that posters and flyers cannot. A good brochure can pique the interest of your target audience and encourage them to read further. Now that you know about the types of brochures, let us explore about how to make a brochure that fascinates you audience.
The half fold brochures are pretty common and simpler to form. They function exactly like a book opens and closes. This type of brochure fold is ideal for event programs, product sheets, handouts, takeout menus and other purposes of a similar nature. These brochures come in different sizes, including an 11” x 17” half fold, an 8.5” x 14” half fold and an 8.5” x 11” half fold. You should choose the size according to the content and information you wish to include in it.
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