- Keep it simple – drop the clutter.
- Using colour – then use it with purpose.
- Check that your images aren’t pixelated – what you see on your computer screen or online – it is rarely large enough to print.
Heavier stock paper is better for handing out to individuals – the first impression your flyer makes is important.
Be clear – concise and easy to understand wording.
Files must be Print Ready Flattened PDFs.
Don’t use borders on the edge of your Fliers/Brochures.