Brochure Printing from dMedia Prints

Printing your brochure using an online printer

For most companies a brochure is the first step to introducing your company and services to potential customers. As a real life example, take a look at a limo company who first opens up. In order to get in front of perspective clients like hotels, businesses and airports, the limo company uses professionally printed brochures to make a lasting impression.

In many cases brochures is putting a best foot forward in advertising strategies. A multi-colored brochure printed on professional papers provides a superior quality that resonates towards your brand and image. It is strategy that can be a powerful marketing tool for advertisers.

Brochures can be printed in any format imaginable. Designs are getting fancier with new shapes, folds, paper quality and so forth. The traditional tri-fold design is among the most famous but today we have many variation layouts that can be used for brochure printing.

There are many options to choose from that can speak to your target market.

Brochure Folding Options:

Brochure Printing

When it comes to printing brochures (http://dmediaprints.com/print-products/brochure-printing/) and their folding options, there are many to choose from. Each option speaks a different message for your marketing and design. The most popular of course is the tri-fold, but others are also exciting to use:

Z Fold: It is folded two times to create a “Z” style fold.

Half Fold: Half fold includes one fold along the middle to create a book like piece.

Double Parallel Reverse Fold: This fold is better used for larger pieces of paper, but it is folded in half and then again.

Double Parallel Fold: Similar to the Reverse Fold above, but opens up the other way.

Single Open Gate Fold: As you can see, it opens up along the middle exposing the back side of the paper.

Double Gate Fold: Again, this option is better served for large paper formats but it is folded in the middle and then two folds on the sides.

Roll Fold (4 Panel): This fold is folded 3 times along the outside.

Accordion Fold (4 Panel): As simple as the title sounds, it is folded to create 4 panels of content.

Half Fold then Half Fold: Folded in half and then folded in half again.

Half Fold then Tri Fold: This fold is folded in half and then folded to create tri panel feel.

Online ordering for brochures:

Brochure Printing

Printing brochures online is simple as our online ordering system allows you to upload your design file and get it ready for printing all through our online system.

Size: Our size options for brochure printing include sizes that are flat before any folding occurs. They are 11” x 17”, 11” x 25.5”, 12” x 18”, 6” x 9”, 8.5” x 11”, 8.5” x 14”, 9” x 12”, and 9” x 16”.

Paper: Paper options for brochures vary from 100lb Gloss Book with Aqueous Coating to Recycled paper. Each style of paper comes with various weight options like 70lb to 100lb.

Brochure Printing

Folding: As mentioned above dMedia Prints includes 11 folding styles for your convenience. However, not all folds are prevalent to the paper size you choose. Our online ordering system indicates which style is prevalent to which paper once you start choosing what you want.

Quantity: Similar to all of our printing products you can choose from 250 quantity to 100,000 brochures.

Brochure Printing Designs:

Many advertisers choose to print hundreds of copies of their brochure in order to mass distribute to their customers. Preparing your file for print is simple and easy with the right tools.

Templates: dMedia Prints has a full catalog of printing templates (link “printing template” to http://dmediaprints.com/customerguarantee/downloadtemplates/) for all sorts of printing products. Simply download a template for your brochure style to make sure the correct info is in the right panel when the final fold takes place.

Resolution: All file formats must have a minimum of 350 dpi (dot per inch) resolution. Most Internet images are 72 dpi, which is a resolution not acceptable for printing. Having your file at 350 dpi or higher allows the most acceptable format for brochure printing.

Color Mode:
CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) color mode is acceptable for your brochures.

Bleed:
For posters, please build your print-ready digital files by adding 0.125″ (1/8″) bleed to each dimension (or 0.0625″ bleed on all four sides). For example, a 13″ x 19″ poster with the full bleed should be 13.125″ x 19.125″.

File Format: We accept the following file formats: .TIF, .TIFF, .EPS, .AI, .PSD, .JPG, .PNG & .PDF.

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