While flyers are typically used as a “shotgun method” of marketing – focusing more on quantity than content and hoping that a few people don’t throw them away after a 5-second glance – brochures are made to be attractive, informative, and something that people will be more likely to hold on to. A good brochure with this kind of staying power has quite a complicated layout and a good balance of text and related photos. Customer’s Canvas has all of the advanced text and image tools one needs to create a brochure that people want to read.

With a single folding line, a bi-fold brochure maintains simplicity while still allowing ample room for images and text. This design will focus on some of Customer’s Canvas’s advanced text features. These features help manage the layout effectively, allow for some interesting text design elements, and make it easier for end-users to add information later.

Tri-fold brochures have more surfaces and therefore more space for images without needing to sacrifice text. With more real estate for photos, this design will allow users to experiment with more of Customer’s Canvas’s robust image features. Users can utilize several different types of placeholders to control where and how end-users can add their photos.

A Z-fold brochure has a double folding line similar to tri-fold brochures, but the folding scheme is different and allows for a different layout. This design gives the user for freedom with editing in Advanced Mode. Users can also experiment with choosing between two different sizes for this brochure.