- Printed on 100% recycled papers
- High definition offset printing with stochastic screening
- Next day shipping available
Our recycled brochures look great and they are easy on the environment, too. Choose from three different eco-friendly papers and eight different folding options.
100 lb. Recycled Gloss Text
High-quality, extra shinny paper stock that is excellent for projects requiring high resolution and sharp imagery. 50% recycled, 25% post-consumer waste.
100 lb. Recycled Silk Text
Premium eco-friendly paper with elegant silk finish. 50% recycled, 25% post-consumer waste.
70 lb. Uncoated, 100% recycled Text
Made of 100% post-consumer waste. It will give your brochures the ultimate recycled look.
All our brochures are printed full colour, with eco-friendly, vegetable based inks. Choose between printing on both sides (4/4) or one side only (4/0)
FOLDING- With eight different folds Green Printer has folds you need to make your brochures stand out:
Accordion Fold, Double Gate Fold, Double-Parallel Fold, Gate Fold, Half Fold, Roll Fold, Tri Fold and Z-Fold.
Preferred file formats:
If you are designing your own artwork, you can download our specially designed templates in Adobe illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, PDF and JPG format. They provide information and guidelines on product dimensions, folding, bleed and layout so that you can easier create print ready files for your brochures.
How to Make Your Brochures Look Good
(5 Easy Steps Towards an Effective Brochure Design)
Making a brochure is one thing everyone is able to do today with all of the countless brochure producing software out there on the Web. People that don't have enough time or even the desire of creating their very own brochures may always use a printing company that offers brochure printing, as well as postcard printing and greeting card printing, that can be found both offline and online at an affordable price. Having said that, it's these essential tips to develop a high quality brochure that need to be taken into account when coming up with a brochure.
1. Prior to making your brochure, gather and analyze other brochures distributed in your area. Uncover precisely what causes a particular style and design to be more captivating than the others. By thoroughly researching other designs, it is possible to acquire your own feeling of excellent design so that you can come up with an attractive brochure. Upon having a concept of exactly what the brochure ought to look like, you must determine which type of people that you intend to distribute your brochure to once it is printed. Pick a typeface that is most suitable for the style you want, such as a professional, funny or informal one, along with maintaining a straightforward message. Avoid using more than two fonts in the brochure as this tends to distract readers from grasping the core subject matter.
2. Determine which details are essential and organize it according to its value. Produce several drafts of the brochure layout until you can completely visualize where all of the information will be placed. Use design elements like boxes only when highlighting the most important content so that it is easy to follow. Have a friend or fellow employee take a look at your draft concept and ask them if it appears to flow in a logical order that is easy to follow along. You can even ask them what was the main message they extracted from the brochure to ensure you have a proper layout.
3. When designing a brochure it is common to feel the desire to make use of the page and fill up the entire space, however it is best to avoid doing so. When you leave empty space on the page and maintain a simple layout it helps deliver the message to the reader without any confusion. Pictures and graphics are useful, but too many will make the brochure look messy as well as distract the reader from the main purpose.
4. You will find a huge selection of colors available for brochure printing, but the best performing brochures are almost always designed in just one or two colors. Occasionally, grayscale brochures end up being far more stunning than colored brochures. Do not forget that the expense of printing must be evaluated when selecting colors for your brochure. More colors usually means a higher printing cost, but at the same time if your brochure is in need of many colors to generate results and improve your business then avoid trying to cut the costs here. After deciding on the colors, you will need to choose the type of paper for your brochure. Paper is also available in many different colors, dimensions and materials. If you are trying to go green in your business or organization then you may look at using recycled paper. Recycled paper is an ideal way to cut down on the amount of natural resources you use and it's also a wonderful way to promote yourself these days as more and more people are becoming environmentally conscious. Use recycled paper when doing brochure printing, postcard printing or greeting card printing, and you will certainly stand out with your audience.
5. Upon finishing the design and picking the typeface and paper for your brochure, you must always proofread and analyze your brochure. Go through it quite a few times prior to getting it printed because once it is printed you won't be able to fix any mistakes you might catch afterwards. As mentioned earlier, it is a good idea to have another person you trust to critically evaluate the final layout and provide their honest opinion. After you have rigourously review the brochure and feel content, then contact the printing company and begin having it printed.
Keep these points in mind when creating the perfect brochure design and you too will have an effective brochure that produces action, brings results and drastically improves your business or organization.