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8+ Creative Brochure Design Ideas & Examples - Daily Design Inspiration #16

8+ Creative Brochure Design Ideas & Examples – Daily Design Inspiration #16

 

Every hour there are thousands of projects published by many talented designers. But because those are published across a collection of different social networks and sites, you often miss them.

That’s why I decided to put together this first edition of the Daily Design Inspiration. With this daily collection of creative brochure design ideas, I want to give new designers a platform to show off their work.

To spread some inspiration to readers. To collect amazing design work on one platform. And to make it easy for anyone to create something beautiful.

In this edition of the Daily Design Inspiration, we are going to look at some brochure examples from Brent LowellContrast Creative, and a few from our own Venngage designers.

If you want to learn more about creating your own brochures, check out this article first:

35+ Marketing Brochure Examples, Tips and Templates

 

Also be sure to check out yesterday’s Daily Design Inspiration, where we covered some Marketing Flyer examples!

1. Wejo Conference Event Brochure Example

Creator: Contrast Creative

Type: Creative Event Brochure Example

Looking at the physical structure of this tri-fold brochure example, I feel as if I’m about to unfold a story as soon as I flip open the pages. Additionally, the background image gives the feeling of going on a road trip to experience this journey. Using a bright yellow title makes it easier to clearly stand out against the detailed background image.

The inside pages of this tri-fold brochure example go with the theme of the front page, as the timeline is in the form of a road map. This product brochure is informative as it tells which perks you receive with each new tier level achieved.

Visualizing this information in a timeline, as compared to a bullet list, can be easier to understand for the audience. Each milestone is in a bright yellow call out, matching the title of the brochure, staying consistent with the theme.


 

2.  Green Photo-Centric Trifold Travel Brochure Template

 


Creator: Venngage

Type: Creative Travel Brochure Example

A travel brochure should spark interest in a city so you can do your own extensive research and go visit. Keep it clear and concise so the reader gets the main points and doesn’t get lost in excessive text. Make it as easy for them as possible, just like this travel brochure template. Each icon above helps classify the destination with the type of vacation it will be; relaxing.

This easy to read travel brochure template quickly gives information on three cities that travelers can visit in France. Each destination caters to different groups and provides what the key attractions are.


 

3. Teatre Nacional de Catalunya Creative Brochure Example

Creator: Forma & Co

Type: Creative Marketing Brochure Example

Just like books, theatre productions need a preface in order to attract their audience. In this case, the designer used an informative creative marketing brochure. The front page consists of a background image of actors and a title to give a quick preview of the production. More detailed information regarding the storyline can be found on the inside.

Due to the large amount of information that needs to be present, central alignment was best in this case as it creates a frame with the white space and remains consistent for each panel.

Related images are placed throughout the brochure to balance out the text to image ratio, which also gives the reader a break from consistently reading the text. The creative marketing brochure example above shows how you can modify the layout and panels of brochures to fit your content.


 

4. Bloomberg Businessweek Timeline Brochure Example

Creator: Brent Lowell

Type: Creative Marketing Brochure Example

Incorporate design choices that reflect your company culture for your business brochure idea. Including official color palettes from your company can add to a consistent brand image, and it even speaks to the authenticity of the brochure.

For this business brochure idea, the front page represents Bloomberg to the T, all due to the color palette. Even the font is consistent with other Bloomberg material, making the information more credible for viewers.

The timeline on the inside lists key milestones for the company through green callouts. Using a contrasting green makes the information stand out from the rest and easily identifiable. Relevant icons are also placed on the timeline to increase the visibility of each milestone.

 


 

5. Special Issue Design of Suishou Brochure Example

Creator: XD Zhou & CZ CAI

Type: Creative Info Brochure Example

The designer had a great deal of information to include, and decided to use a booklet format for this information brochure example. Remember, you should design your brochure to fit your content and not the other way around.

Each page consists of images with text in respective to it. The layout and format of each page vary, and in this case, it helps keep the users’ attention. When you have a lot of information to list, use images and icons to help balance the page out, otherwise, the reader can lose interest any second.

The entire information brochure example consists of a specific color palette, adding a consistent theme throughout.


 

6. Works in Progress Event Brochure Examples

Creator: Junki Hong

Type: Creative Event Brochure Example

The horizontal landscape of this event brochure example reminds me of books with different volumes available. Once again, we have an event brochure that requires a lot of information to be presented, as it involves the entire program. The color palette, the font style and the appearance of different volumes give a vintage feel to this event brochure example.

Due to the multiple pieces of work in progress, the designer has used an old school way of listing each one, a simple numbered list. The format fits right into the vintage theme of this event brochure example. Each section has an ample amount of space in between to create a clear hierarchy and lead the eye. Negative space for brochures with lots of information is crucial, as it needs to be balanced out with minimal clutter.


 

7. Private Jets Airline Tri-Fold Brochure Template


Creator: Venngage

Type: Creative Business Brochure Example

Private jets are associated with a sophisticated, classy audience, and this business brochure template fits right in. The minimalistic design mixed with the cool colored palette gives a laid-back feel. Just like how you would want to associate jets and airplanes with relaxation and comfort.

The background image of the airplane serves as a boundary between two bodies of text on each panel. The same format across each informational panel helps creates consistency. In addition, each body of text is defined by a bold heading to introduce the next section. Use this business brochure template as inspiration to represent your company accurately.


 

8. Hennala Creative Branding Brochure Example

Creator: Hennala

Type: Creative Marketing Brochure Example

Hashtags have completely taken over the world, and not just from a marketing standpoint, but also in social settings. As the popularity of hashtags increase, using the character on the front page of your marketing brochure example will instantly attract the audience. A descriptive hashtag can also give an accurate preview of your material within seconds.

The white text against a solid black background increases visibility and keeps the reader focused on the main point. Each page in this marketing brochure example has a different layout with a colored background, which outlines each panel. The designer has caught your attention from the get-go, and continues to keep it with the flip of each page. Variety is key but within a set of limitations. For example, the colors remain within a certain color palette to fit the theme and don’t have any outlier elements.

 


 

And if you want to learn more about creating your own brochures, check out these articles first:

35+ Marketing Brochure Examples, Tips and Templates

Marketing Brochure Design Guide: Make a Brochure in 5 Steps