There are many different kinds of leaflet page size formats that you can use for your leaflet designs. What leaflet size you go for depends on how you plan to distribute or display your leaflet and how much content you have really and what space you need to most effectively communicate your leaflet content. The most common leaflet sizes in the UK are based on the standard ‘A’ series, so A6, A5, A4 etc etc and also the DL size (1/3 A4) .
My most popular leaflet size is the A5 format (and usually double-sided to make the most of both sides) The A5 leaflet works well to either hand-out in person, post through a letterbox or display in a dispenser. For clients who need more space I recommend a 4 page A5 leaflet which is basically an A4 leaflet folded in half. See below for the specific dimensions of all popular paper sizes and in particular the popular leaflet sizes of A5, A6 and Dl (1/3 A4) :
Furthermore, there are also many variations that paper can be folded to create your leaflet. So whilst in a display holder the leaflet can be fairly small, once folded out it can offer lots more space to communicate your message. See below for popular fold options, using the DL size (1/3 A4) as an example:
Hopefully you have found that pretty useful in understanding leaflet sizes and fold options!
Blog post by Stuart Hodgson – The Leaflet Design Guru
“Quality leaflet/flyer design is an investment, not a cost – because a well designed leaflet will generate more business and interest for you” Stuart Hodgson
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 (check it out after reading this post to see my full creative leaflet design portfolio and get some creative inspiration).
I tend to get a lot of repeat customers now, which for me is very satisfying as I guess that implies that I provide a great leaflet/flyer design service and proves 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 knowledge I have gained in this specialised area in my blog to help in the understanding of how to create a great looking, engaging and effective leaflet/flyer that gets great results.
If you are interested in using my leaflet design services then pay a visit to my website at www.leafletguru.co.uk to see the quality of my work – or email me straight away at email@example.com