fresh take on trifold brochure

I recently had the pleasure of working with Terri at Mint Marketing Solutions on a few projects for Salon 42.  You can check the salon out on facebook as well here.  Salon 42 has three locations in the Charlotte, NC Metro area!

I was brought in to create a new border and image that fits well with the look and feel of the salon.  Here is the website with the new look.

 

And here is new brochure!

 

Instead of doing the standard tri-fold brochure that everyone is used to seeing (for way too many years) we changed it up a bit and have a trifold that is about 5.5 inches tall and 17.5 inches wide.  It allows for MUCH more space and I believe is much more pleasing to the eye.  You have 2 5×7 sections (5″ high x 7″ wide”) and then a 5 x 3.5 fold over piece.

It worked out great for this project!  We were all really happy with how it turned out!

Next time you are asked to do a brochure – think outside of the box and get creative with your tri-folds!

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About dryinkdesigns

A marketing and business development background is the foundation for Mandi Boedicker’s passion for creating memorable branding support for a number of clients. Initially a graphic designer by trade, Boedicker’s marketing experience in the construction industry sparked a passion for networking and community partnerships. Dry Ink Designs was a natural next step. Boedicker’s freelance client work had spanned over ten years already while maintaining a full-time career, so she turned her creative energy into a career that benefitted the relationships she was building. Strengths in calligraphy, painting and photography soon grew into strengths in corporate identity strategy and marketing/communications support.
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4 Responses to fresh take on trifold brochure

  1. cmagdesigner says:

    I have actually done a trifold similar to this and it was a huge hit! Hreatinds think alike.

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