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.


Logistics, Automotive, Transportation / 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.

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Crowley Marine / Flyer DS / Colorado (CO)

Crowley Marine
Flyer DS

Marine Parts Flyer

Time Sensitive Courier Service / Bifold / South Africa

Time Sensitive Courier Service

Brochure Design for a Courier Service

Direct Motorsport International / Trifold / Nevada (NV)

Direct Motorsport International

Car Product Brochure Design, Samples, Ideas, Templates


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Brochure for Logistics, Automotive, Transportation

Logistics is all about movement - moving something from one place to another. The content may be materials, data, or people. The success of each logistics program or project depends on three principles: speed, accuracy, and performance.

Let’s begin by stressing the principles - speed, accuracy, performance.

Brochures can be an effective way to convey those three principles clearly to current and prospective clients, investors, employee candidates, and even college interns.

Brochure designers use a combination of lines, color, images, and text to illustrate or emphasize each principle. Readers can follow the flow of movement and distribution of goods in one industry. Another organization can use brochures to describe the logistics of emergency procedures to the general public. A third company incorporates brochures in their public awareness campaign to illustrate the functions of green logistics - the effective control of freight paths, vehicle saturation, and the impact of these process on the environment.

Elements of a logistics brochure design

The key elements in a logistics brochure design are lines, colors, pictures, and text.

  • Gradient lines and swooshes can help convey movement and a sense of speed. The reader’s eyes are drawn by subtle use of lines across the width of each panel. This helps give the reader a sense (or a subliminal image) of movement from one function to another or one part of the world to another.
  • Colors play directly and indirectly on a reader’s senses. Brochure designers are skilled at creating effective contrast between colors to help create a strong visual impact on the reader. Carefully selected and blended shades of blues and whites can help convey images of sky and air, lightness and speed.
  • Pictures, usually large pictures, are design elements often used to show modes of transportation and types of services a company provides. They can just as easily be images of data flow. Pictures can provide a clear and quick illustration of services available or procedures to be followed.
  • Text for a logistics brochure may be most effective when carefully balanced in a 50/50 ratio to pictures. Today’s client is often more visually oriented. Text can help emphasize key elements of each picture or a narrative aspect without overwhelming the reader with excessive verbiage.
  • Formatting for logistics brochures can be formally informative, emphasizing the breadth and strengths of services or logistics purpose in pictorial and textual form that spreads across the panels of the brochures.
  • When describing logistics functions or services, any of several printed formats (including bi-fold and multi-page bi-fold brochures, folders, or catalogs) can be used to good effect. Each page or panel can be a secondary "spokesperson" of a marketing campaign or representative of a process - information that needs to be conveyed to a client, a community, or an organization.

Consider the potential effectiveness of an emergency preparedness brochure information packet that is available at key public service areas (libraries, schools, city offices, etc.). Residents of a community living in an area of great seasonal climate uncertainty and risk need to understand the logistics of emergency preparedness - what to do if the safety alert system is activated, how to follow the procedures for safe evacuation, services available during a state of emergency, what to do when returning home after the danger has passed, contact information for post-emergency recovery assistance, etc.

In simplified terms, logistics is like an elaborate flow chart that identifies the step-by-step actions required to move materials, data, or people (or even all three) from one point to another. Logistics brochures can effectively illustrate those steps in a generalized summary or detailed format suited to each audience.