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Types of leaflets based on the number of pages:
Choosing a company leaflet should be used to be known or introduce a new product is very complex given the number of brochures that are available to business.
1) Steering or flyer. One of the most used, because it has not a single sheet that is folded and printed on one or both sides. They are usually square, on occasion, rectangles, A4, A5, A6 or 10 × 21 inch sizes. It is one of the most popular formats given its low cost of printing, which allows the acquisition of a greater number of copies and ease of distribution.

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    • Types of leaflets based on the number of pages: Choosing a company leaflet should be used to be known or introduce a new product is very complex given the number of brochures that are available to business. 1) Steering or flyer. One of the most used, because it has not a single sheet that is folded and printed on one or both sides. They are usually square, on occasion, rectangles, A4, A5, A6 or 10 × 21 inch sizes. It is one of the most popular formats given its low cost of printing, which allows the acquisition of a greater number of copies and ease of distribution. 2) Diptych. Books two pages you can usually printed on three sides (front and internal contents) or four (front page, contents and closing). The companies that want to use to communicate information that does not require much extension. 3) Triptych. It has six pages and fold into three parts available for printing. Often used when the company has more information to report. 4) Cuadriptico. Leaflet four parts, eight pages, employing companies to spread. 5) Polyptychs. Those companies have a wide range of products or services and need multiple pages to make them known. Once we are clear about the goal that the company intends to achieve through the leaflets, it's time to start thinking and creating. Leaflet design. The public When creating a Leaflet, there are several aspects that must be considered. Previously we talked about the importance of the message and, this time, try the audience he addresses. There are several issues to keep in mind with regard to the public: What type of leaflet expects each age?
    • What is the ideal leaflet for potential partners or investors? How to achieve capture the attention of users to purchase our products? Before designing a leaflet, it is essential to answer these questions. The first thing to do is asking yourself what audience will direct your catalog and then investigate what to offer, from the visual and textual points are expected. Only in this way you will be able to create a brochure with the users who will be able to identify, will satisfy their needs and establish commercial ties. When designing a leaflet, therefore, you must ensure that your message and your visuals suit the recipient depending on factors such as age, gender, culture, education... Leaflet design. The message A leaflet can be a great communication tool if done properly know. That is why, before creating a leaflet, think in each of the sections that comprise to define your goal to plan its development. This time try to communicate the message, And that define the message to be transmitted through a brochure is usually one of the biggest headaches for companies and designers. Ideally in such cases is to meet with the marketing team and, together, think about the utility that user will then define the message. This means that you need to think if the booklet will create a new product to present, to offer promotions or offers, to inform ... and having cleared this part, start thinking about the other elements: text, images, design... If your leaflet aims to present a new product, you must present a striking design that exalts the characteristics of the product and explain, in a clear, short and simple, its benefits to the public. If you cast deals, the design will focus on the products ordered and the outstanding price. http://fotosnipe.co.uk/leaflets