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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Phantom Headphones / Catalog 4 Page / New York (NY)

Phantom Headphones
Catalog 4 Page

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Brochure Design for Retail and Wholesale, Services, Professionals

Retail and wholesale brochure designs serve slightly different client/customer bases and purposes. While both retail and wholesale businesses relate to the movement and purchase of merchandise, the buyer groups are different.

Retailers generally sell products directly to the end-user customer. A retailer’s base of operation may be a fixed location such as a store or booth, a boutique within a store, door-to-door merchandising, street bazars, and website retailing.

Wholesalers sell, or arrange for sale, merchandise to other businesses. Wholesalers are the "in-between" step between the manufacture of goods and the end-user customer. Wholesale businesses will more likely operate from offices or warehouses and have little contact with the end-user customer.

Designing for co-related businesses

Brochure design for wholesale and retail businesses has a wider range of options than for some other industries. Selection of colors and shapes tend to depend on the product itself. If the brochure’s purpose is to help sell products, colors may be drawn from a fairly broad, high-contrast palette. If brochures will be used to describe and illustrate processes (more the wholesaler’s function) the color palette may be somewhat more conservative. For example, a baby-related product might be better represented by soft colors from a pale palette whereas food products brochures may call for brighter, organic colors.

Bi- and tri-fold brochures and flyers are brochure formats can work well for either wholesale or retail businesses. And for either industry, brochure designers may use a higher picture-to-text balance, with the pictures focused on the products or services.

Wholesale services

Wholesale businesses can use brochures to illustrate services related to providing goods in large or bulk lots. Brochures may depict large lots of merchandise in a warehouse, the assembly or repacking of lots, and the redistribution of smaller lots. Flyers can be used to list products or product groups and pricing.

Wholesale operations utilize internet and e-procurement extensively and brochures can outline how the wholesale company utilizes up-to-date technology for product procurement and distribution. Many wholesalers are located close to major manufacture centers. Brochures can depict the interrelationship of manufacture sites and the transportation systems that will move products to destination ports.

Some wholesale clients are other wholesalers; other clients are retailers, commercial, institutional, and industrial enterprises. Wholesale merchandise can be new or used goods. Brochures and flyers can be designed to market services for each target client or group, announce special pricing, bulk clearance sales, and the arrival or availability of new-to-the-market products.

Retail services

Brochures for retail businesses may focus on products and services. Consider the many brochure opportunities for products:

  • A grocery store or chain may use brochures for targeted products and produce that are fair trade certified or are organically grown.
  • Clothing stores may have special customer products that complement their merchandise such as special care products, or concierge and personal shopper services. Brochures can be designed to describe these special products and services. A retailer may offer a house-label specialty product for the care of fine lingerie. A companion brochure about the product may be displayed in that lingerie area and also at the point-of-purchase area.
  • Coffee and tea stores may use flyers for product lists and tips like recommended brewing processes and brochures to describe various teas and coffees.
  • Individual merchants can use brochures that illustrate their products, describe the inspiration behind their creation, and materials used.

Brochures and flyers can be used to market services offered by retailers. Some retail furniture, department, appliance, and office supplies stores offer delivery and assembly services. Brochures describe the services, scheduling process, and prices.

Many retail groups also participate in community service programs. Brochures describe these programs and ways that customers can participate or partner with the retailer to increase community support.

Serving the same end purpose

Brochures can be used to help build partnerships between wholesale provider and client, retailer and customer. Although there are some client-based differences between wholesale and retail businesses, they share the same objective - to provide the services and environments necessary for bringing products to the consumer.