Booklet Design Services
When a trifold just isn't enough!
From annual reports and product brochures to catalogs and manuals, a thoughtfully designed booklet is a perfect way to communicate with your audience. Whether you are looking to have it printed, or enjoy the green and interactive benefits of a digital booklet design, we specialize in custom-tailored solutions to best fit your needs. We can help you define a theme that will best suit your needs — after all, we aren't just artists, we're visual problem solvers. With a myriad of styles ranging from illustrative, whimsical, minimalistic, modern, opulent or understated elegance, we can help beautify - whatever your taste. We also help select the perfect typography to bring your message to life and exceed your expectations.
The sizing of a booklet, also known as the trim size, refers to the dimensions of the booklet after the final cut has been made. The standard orientations for booklets are landscape, portrait, or square, each of which are available in a wide array of sizes. You can also create a custom dieline which allows you the flexibility of adding more creative elements like fold-in flaps or pockets. Green Group Studio’s team of graphic designers will collaborate with you closely to determine your needs and a booklet size that will effectively, yet beautifully, display your company’s information.
While it may be an afterthought to most people, paper type and finish play a crucial role in the overall look and feel of your final project. Companies are fortunate enough to have a wide variety of paper types, finishes, and weights to choose from depending on their needs. Those companies that desire a more luxurious looking and feeling booklet should consider 100 lb. coated paper (available in everything from gloss to matte), while those companies looking for a less formal presentation should stick to an 80 lb. uncoated paper type. Don’t know what type of paper to use to give your booklet the most powerful impact? Speak with a member of our design team for suggestions that will make your final product stand out from the crowd!
Offset Printing vs Digital Printing
Offset printing is the process of burning artwork onto a metal plate, which is then transferred to a rubber blanket. While this option offers greater printing quality and cost effectiveness, it does have some drawbacks like high minimum quantities and long turnaround times.
Digital printing is the method of printing digital imagery directly onto a variety of paper stocks. As with offset printing, digital printing allows for good printing quality, but with the added advantage of small minimum print quantities and a faster turnaround time. However, this printing option requires a higher cost per printout.
Don't have enough content for a Booklet?
Our team of in-house copywriters can help you expand on your product/service offerings, as well as create supporting imagery and infographics if you really want to flesh out your offerings. However, in some cases a simple brochure may make more sense. Learn more about our Brochure Design Services HERE.