The Park Press team can assist clients with copywriting as well as design and layout. Do you want your brochure to sound authoritative or conversational, factual or alluring? You may know what you want to say but need help putting your thoughts into words. Just let us know your needs and we will help you craft the language.
In addition to the text, there are a number of factors to take into consideration, such as paper quality, number of pages and desired appearance. A Park Press associate can show you a variety of paper and print options and work within your budget to produce a brochure worth hanging on to. Paper can range from the perfectly smooth to the artfully textured. Your choice depends on your audience. Medical brochures are often printed on smooth glossy paper that allows for crisp images and excellent readability. Fine art brochures might feature textured paper to give the look of paintings and the feel of luxury. Seasonal brochures, handbills or those created to highlight a specific event may not need to be as durable as brochures with long-term appeal, such as school catalogs, travel magazines, product overviews and the like.