With over 15+ years commercial graphic design experience – I have designed a lot of leaflets/flyers in that time and won some awards, and a lot of my graphic design services are now specifically for the design and print of leaflets/flyers. This is largely due to the success of my web-site over at www.leafletguru.co.uk (shameful plug! But check it out after reading this post to get some creative inspiration and see my creative leaflet design portfolio).
I tend to get a lot of repeat customers now, which for me is very satisfying as I guess that proves that I provide a great leaflet/flyer design service and shows that I know a thing or two about designing a quality leaflet that stands out from the crowd and gets the results and creates the impact my clients need! I therefore thought I would share some of the expertise that I have gained in this specialised area to help others in the understanding of how to create a great looking, engaging, effective leaflet/flyer. So here are my Top 10 Tips!
With the global devastation caused by the Corona Virus – below are some information leaflets & posters from the UK National Health Service that are ready to print.
Stuart from the http://leafletguru.co.uk is willing to print these in either leaflet or poster format at a reduced print rate to ship anywhere in the UK. If you require any – email Stuart: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prices for leaflets
250 = £50
500 = £70
1000 = £90
Leaflet 1. Corona Virus – isolation information – double-sided a5 leaflet.
I know this blog is about leaflets – but a key part of making a leaflet stand out is creative use of typography and fonts, so it is well worth looking for inspiration elsewhere for creative use of typography and writing – and below you will find 6 good examples of creative use of typography all to do with Music Posters (all of which are actually for sale over at https://graphicsound.bigcartel.com )
I’ve designed quite a few leaflets in my time for a variety of audiences and its always fun when I have designed leaflets to appeal to a younger age range as it lets you be more creative and fun and bold.
It’s absolutely key when designing any leaflet to firstly understand the audience you are designing for and what will appeal to them in terms of visual styling and tone of voice. As you can imagine, designing a leaflet for, say a Dentist, is very different to designing a leaflet to promote a children’s event
Top tips for designing leaflets aimed towards children & schools:
#1. Utilise bold and impactful fonts and typography to catch attention.