Brochure Designs

Thank you for taking the time to review our brochure designs! You will find thousands of brochure design samples from selected projects we have worked on as well as the feedback our clients gave regarding the final product. This is not a comprehensive list but a small sampling. We have designed hundreds of different brochures for businesses all around the world in multiple markets. Please ask for brochure samples within your industry to see what we can do for your business!

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Our brochure design samples are below. There are hundreds of samples here so you can filter them by industry, brochure type or country. You can also click on any picture to bring up more information about each brochure project.


Legal, Attorney, Politics, Organizations / Brochures

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This is merely a small sampling of our hundreds of projects we have worked on. Feel free to request brochure design samples that are specific to your industry.

Use the buttons to browse through each page. To learn more about a project, click on its picture.


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The Active Non Violence Group / Trifold Brochure / New York (NY)

The Active Non Violence Group
Trifold Brochure

NGO / Organization Tri-Fold Brochure Design

Lawrence Brook Whatershed / Small Bifold / New Jersey (NJ)

Lawrence Brook Whatershed
Small Bifold

Fundraising Brochures, Samples, Templates, Inspiration


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Professional Brochure Design Services

You will captivate the audience and reinforce the marketing message by using our creative brochures.

Our experience is your advantage! We can either work with your existing design ideas, mock up, photos and text or create your brochure from scratch, including concept, design, copy, photography, illustrations, etc.

We will be pleased to talk about your needs and prepare a proposal for your particular project.

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Brochure for Legal, Attorney, Politics, Organizations

The legal field is vast with many members and types of services. Peoples’ perception of legal representatives seems to frequently teeter between trust and distrust. Brochures can help foster a favorable perception of legal representation by emphasizing the services offered as well as conveying a sense of integrity, fairness, and discretion with which the organization executes its legal responsibilities.

Emphasizing client and legal services relationship

Brochure designers work with the client to identify critical information about the organization that any prospective client will want to know. The narrative may also include background information on the organization - its founding and mission statement as well as its scope of services.


The brochure design team carefully balances colors, shapes, pictures, and text to build a connection between the organization and its clients through the printed medium:

  • Color choices for legal services brochures tend to be generalized rather than specific, drawing on neutral backgrounds that enable the firm’s message to stand out with minimal visual distraction. The brochure designers generally avoid using faded elements and images as they tend to convey vagueness and a sense of uncertainty.
  • Shapes: squares and rectangles are often utilized in printed materials for legal organizations. These shapes are believed to give the viewer a greater sense of integrity.
  • Text usage for legal brochures is generally extensive. Although the text is a capsulized narrative, it can convey critical information necessary to keep a client reminded of the organization’s focus and services.
  • Pictures with many images of people are effectively used to create a sense of empathy and to show the human side of a business that is often perceived as "cold".
  • Format(s) include flyers and tri-fold brochures for use in mass distribution. Bi-fold brochures or multi-page brochures can be used for more specific or formal marketing targets.

Marketing a Legal Organization

A client may be consulting with legal representation at a time of intense distress or legal difficulty. Legal brochures can succinctly convey critical information about the organization including contact information, services, and prices. They also create a reminder that links the client back to the preliminary meeting. The client reads the brochure and is reminded of the services and people that will be integral to representing his or her legal concerns.

Brochures can also be a major tool in an effective legal services marketing campaign. Some materials are ideal for industry-related conferences and gatherings. Representatives of a legal firm or group can use brochures as part of introducing themselves at networking events like chamber mixers and service organization events.

Other brochures may focus on specific services offered by the legal organization. They are developed to provide greater detail about a given service, fees and rates, and the scope of representation for that service.

Conveying service and connection

A legal organization may specialize in trial, corporate, or tax law, multiple legal services, collections, or non-governmental organization relations. Its client group can range from individuals to large organizations.

The brochure designers collaborate with the legal team to determine which products best serve each marketing function or need. The team creates a narrative based on the details of the firm’s story, its history and services.

Color and pictures are added to the text to build the emotional connection between client and legal representation. With text, color and images combined, the story is complete and becomes the printed representation of the legal organization and the integrity that underlies it.

No matter what reason a client seeks legal support, a relationship is forged between the client and attorney or legal group. Informative and sensitively designed brochures can help create a positive perspective that leads to a supportive client-legal partnership throughout the period of legal service.