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25 Examples Of Target Specific Trifold Brochure Design

The most common type of folding for brochures is tri-fold, also referred to as letterfold brochures. The back panel of tri-fold brochures is blank, making it perfect for address printing and direct mailing. In addition, these only need one tab (wafer seal) to keep them from swinging open.

When it comes to designing your brochures for marketing purposes, what’s important is thinking in line with your target audience. The key to a successful brochure campaign is to design a brochure that will capture the attention of the niche market. Using the appropriate color combinations, images, and font face on your tri-fold brochures contribute to their function.

Here are 25 examples of target specific tri-fold designs for your brochure printing:

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Elmor Go, though he doesn’t look like it, is a geek at heart. He likes scouring the internet for fantastic artworks both conventional and radical. He’s a blogger for the UPrinting network. He writes about brochure printing, brochure designs, and catalog printing.


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