We here at balajiprinters.com offers custom Brochures & Catalogues designing and printing service at an affordable price. A good Brochure Design can alter the visual aspect of your brochure. Graphic design is the process of visual communication, and problem-solving through the correct use of typography, space, image and color. It is the art and practice of planning and projecting ideas and experiences with visual and textual content. The form of the communication can be physical or virtual, and may include images, words.
Graphic design relates to corporate identity, the branding, of a corporation. Branding emerges as corporate identity, but it also signified corporate quality. Branding your business or any other type of asset that requires an identity does help one to be recognized in a commercialized industry. Exceptional graphic designers can easily create a brand that fits the company as well as define it through one simple logo.
Balaji offers highly customized brochure / catalogue printing services that are widely appreciated for clear formatting and excellent color combination. These brochures / catalogues are used to build the image of the company, update product specifications, for promoting an event and for various other purposes. We design brochures / catalogues for corporate, educational institutions, schools, etc. These brochures / catalogues are designed in different printing styles with the organization’s name, its logo, promotional texts, pictures and graphics. We always ensure good quality printing and easy to read fonts. Our range includes designer brochures with flap, bi-fold and tri-fold, which could be designed and developed by us so as to suit the specific demands. Superior quality printing material and ink is used to get clear visibility. The brochure / catalogue is laminated, embossed or UV or leaf effect is given as per client requirement.
A Gatefold is a document folding method that uses two parallel folds to create six panels – three panels on each side of the paper. The left and right panels are roughly half the width of the center panels and fold inward to meet in the middle without overlapping.