Maximize your output on a folded brochure. Select from either single or U-fold to get the most out of your print.
Our brochures are printed on a 170 gsm Premium Matt paper, scored and hand-folded to create a quality finish. Our product is slightly thicker than your average brochure because we aim at providing a quality product that feels good and sets itself apart from the rest. Prints available as double sided.
Make use of our free, easy-to-use desktop designer software to put together your brochures or make an appointment with one of our skilled, on-site designers if you are short on time.
7 – 10 working days
All of our Brochure printing prices can be accessed via the pricing tab below.
Brochures available on:
- 170 gsm Premium Coated Matt Paper
Brochures available in:
- A6 (A5 folded to A6);
- A5 (A4 folded to A5);
- A4 (A3 folded to A4)
A4 folded twice to a finished size of 99x210mm
Q&A with Shalane Polley
- Head of Imposition and Quality Control
What is the difference between a Z-fold and a U-fold?
A U-fold is an A4 sheet of paper that is folded twice to a finished size of 99x210mm. On a U-fold the inside right panel folds to the left and the inside left panel folds to the right on the top, forming your cover page. When opened, it looks like the letter “U” when viewed from the top.
A Z-fold is also an A4 sheet with two folds to a finished size of 99×210. The outside left panel folds to the left and the inside right panel folds to the left, forming the brochure cover. When opened, it looks like the letter “Z” when viewed from the top.
Any tips on how to design for print?
- Safety first! Keep all your text and important graphical elements and images at least 5 – 10mm away from the cutting edges. It might look good on screen with the added bleed, but you run the risk of losing some important information in the cutting process.
- Remember to export your images as high quality. When starting your design in any application, make sure the design is the correct size and is set at a minimum of 300dpi for print. Our printers can print up to 2400dpi and you wouldn’t want to lose any quality before we start printing.
- Colour specific? Remember to work in a CMYK colour space if you are designing graphical elements and text based documents that need to be a very specific colour. People tend to save their work as RGB and forget that most digital printers work with CMYK.
- Manage your expectations – print is also paper specific. Your computer, cell phone and tv monitors work with RGB colour (light) and images always appear bright – this does not always translate perfectly onto paper as there is no light involved to create the bright images we see on our digital displays. Although modern printers are equipped to reproduce all RGB photographic elements well, they still cannot reproduce it perfectly and slight changes in colour and tone are to be expected.
Do I receive any discount if I order over a certain amount of brochures?
Yes, you do! The more you order, the bigger the discount. Here are the options.