Pamphlet and Leaflet Printing
A Lower Cost Option to Brochures
When we think of pamphlet printing and leaflet printing we think about lower cost options to brochures. Brochures are generally printed in full color on more expensive paper and are intended to sell or promote. Pamphlets and leaflets are more often produced by schools, churches and other nonprofit organizations. Their primary function is usually to inform.
Cost is an Issue
Consider that printing in full color is about four times as expensive as printing in black. Also, the cost of coated papers are several times the cost of lighter weight uncoated papers. The Cardmember Agreement, shown above, was printed in black ink on white 20# bond. This is the lowest cost option for transmitting the information. But a slight increase in cost can produce something like the event program shown above, printed in black on a colored paper, and can be much more attractive. If you are looking for something more intended to sell or promote, please see our page on Brochures.
We offer quality printing, both offset and digital, and we will suggest the lowest cost method which meets your needs.
Design and Layout
Although the 8.5 x 11 inch trifold pamphlet is the most popular format, don’t feel locked into that. You should also consider 9 x 12, 8.5 x 14 and 11 x17 trifold pamphlets, as well as bifold leaflets and multipanel roll folded pamphlets.
Begin by writing the brochure and choosing what pictures or illustrations you want to include. Then do a rough layout in Word, Publisher or whatever page layout software you have. Make the type a readable size and set the size of the illustrations and see how it all fits. If you have the skill and the proper software you can create a print ready file to send to us. Otherwise, send us your rough layout and we can do the typesetting and layout for you.
We would be happy to discuss any of your needs or questions. Please request an estimate or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or the phone number below.
Serving Herndon, Reston, Sterling, Dulles, Chantilly, Fairfax, Ashburn, Vienna, McLean, Centreville, Leesburg,
Tysons, Northern Virginia, and metropolitan Washington DC.