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Custom Using Brochure Templates Printing
Supplemental information about your product or service can be critically beneficial (“clutch”) during the moment your client is making his/her decision on whether or not to purchase from you. Also known as leaflets, brochure templates printing designs are a great way to fill your customer in on the fine print of your business.
Before getting started with the custom brochure process, you need to know what your goals are for the brochures. Do you want it to be informative to your customers after they purchase your product? Is it an additional promotional material sent prior to purchasing your product?
Once you have the goals firmly laid out, it’s time to start writing your copy. Saturating your paper real estate with all the text you can possibly fit isn’t always the best idea. It could overwhelm your reader, and …
What should you consider before you Create a Logo?
The goal of a logo is to provide potential customers and business partners with a visual representation of your branding. You want a logo designer that can create a Logo that is eye-catching, unique, and unforgettable. In order to accomplish all of this and make sure your logo sends the right message, there are a lot of factors you have to consider.
Who Are You Speaking To?
You need to stop and think about who the logo design is intended to be for. Who are you trying to get your message across to? You want your logo branding to be specific to the intended target audience. This can be hard to do if you are not sure who your target audience is. You also do not want to waste your time designing a logo …
When it comes to commercial printing, there are a few things you should know before you have a design made. Most commercial printers, including UZ Marketing, request the files you send to be in print ready format – JPG, PDF, or PNG. Some companies also accept Publisher files and PSD’s, but your best bet is to have it in print ready format. What does that mean? Well print ready means that the size of the image is specified to size the printer is going to print and cut. For example, a standard business card is 2” x 3.5”. Most printers use a 1/8” inch of bleed margin, so the total size of the business card design should be 2.125” x 3.625”.
Another important thing to note is that printers request you send all designs in 300 DPI (dots per inch). Most …