Large tri-fold brochures are able to contain a large amount of information. Organizing the layout so the information is presented in a easy to read format is essential.
The tri-fold selfmailer is a unique size print piece with extra room for information and photos. The shape and size requires more planning in the design that often includes sets of coordinating photos.
A standard letter size is designed for a briefer message and has less room for charts and graphs. It resembles letterhead more than an ad, thus has a more formal look.
While the Business letters should reflect the style and voice of a company and capture the attention of the recipient, the extra length allows for charts, coupons and tear off panels.
Postcards are simple marketing solutions to remind customers of special offers or upcoming events. They call for bold design and a clear message.
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