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Brochures Evanston IL

Looking for Brochures in Evanston? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Evanston that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Brochures in Evanston.

Chrismer Mardock Design Group
(847) 328-5300
1713 Asbury Ave
Evanston, IL
Herman Adler Design Group
(847) 733-0600
1121 Florence Ave
Evanston, IL
Printed Word Incorporated
(847) 328-1511
827 Chicago Ave
Evanston, IL
Neiger Design Incorporated
(847) 328-1648
1515 Sherman Ave
Evanston, IL
Andrew Lehman Design
(847) 332-1870
1213 Maple Ave
Evanston, IL
Wildenradt Design Association
(847) 328-2482
1328 Greenleaf St
Evanston, IL
Matthew Doherty Designs
(847) 475-4905
1234 Sherman Ave Ste 210
Evanston, IL
Minuteman Press
(847) 866-9777
1553 Sherman Ave
Evanston, IL
Soloway Design
(847) 475-5856
1130 Madison St
Evanston, IL
Lloyd Design Associates Incorporated
(847) 492-1771
1202 Hinman Ave
Evanston, IL

Become Your Own Brochure Designer

By Alyice Edrich

When you look at marketing brochures what do you see? Don't know what a marketing brochure is? Have you ever picked up a brochure or pamphlet about a new destination, hotel, amusement park, or other entertainment business? Those are all marketing brochures and each one is designed to inform and entice you into visiting their place of business or making a purchase.

Brochures are great sales tools - if done right! Brochures help sell your product or service with informative information - enough that the reader knows about your business, but not too wordy that you lose the reader.

Your brochure doesn't have to be fancy or expensive, but it should look professional-after all, it's a reflection on your business. Your brochure should be free of grammatical errors, smudge marks, faded lettering, poorly photographed objects or people, and it should follow many of these points:

• Address a target group or niche market

• Be more than just sales copy -informative

• One large graphic on your cover, versus lots of smaller graphics

• Graphics strategically placed within your brochure to recap - visually - what was said in print

• A photo with a person using your product or service - for greater impact

• A caption under your photos to bring home the caption's point

• A side box that recaps important information you want to stand out

• Quotations (or bold marks) around key points

• Bullet Points to draw readers to important information, fast

• Headlines and Sub-headlines

• Testimonies from real-life users

• List your guarantees

• Use 12 point font unless caption, side box, or headlines

• Printed on special paper:

Highly Opaque, matte, heavyweight presentation paper - 35 lb., 6.8 mil, 96 bright, 8 1/2"x11"

Once you've designed your brochure, you'll need to print it on high quality paper. If you'll be printing the brochure yourself, don't use everyday printer paper because you can't print on both sides without havin...

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