Print design should focus on the benefits that your customer will get from your service or product and highlight the core objective of the piece.
It’s critical to keep the messaging simple, while also making sure it directly relates to your brand’s value proposition. Whether you’re creating a business brochure design or a flyer design, the benefits you’re promoting in the print content should be obvious. Without a clear incentive (which could be your expertise, talent, or quality), the user isn’t likely to select your services or products to fulfill their needs.
Hahn Design Studio creates everything from flyers, brochures, ads, to large format graphics and we do it flawlessly. We also design annual reports, books, posters and more. We have designed entire marketing campaigns that include both print and web design.
Share the Story
Effective print design is more than just sharing a visual – it’s about convincing your audience why they should care. The emotional experience is about getting your audience to think, learn, or feel about your message. That being said, to achieve this there is a significant amount of graphic design planning that must take place. As a top digital agency and graphic design company, our experts are able to understand the goals of your print design, and create a design that aligns accordingly and tells your brand story.
Cluttered print designs can be disorienting, confusing, and can create a real disconnect between your brand's value proposition and your target audience. Regardless of the platform, when it comes to graphic design, simplicity is essential. Clean, elegant layouts with concise messaging and effective use of white space are more likely to catch the viewer’s eye and resonate with users.
When writing copy-heavy print content, it is important to keep in mind that large blocks of copy can be overwhelming to the user and often ignored. Breaking up copy with imagery or using bullet points and incredibly concise sentences ensures you’re your content is easy-to-read. It’s also important to keep in mind how the font or typeface will appear to users, especially with print collateral such as business cards, and make sure your selection is an appropriate size and style.