Building construction and refurbishment company, Ergro, recognised that not all of their potential customers wanted all of their products and services, so we produced an adaptable brochure in the form of a folder and separate inserts.
Stepping away from traditional building site images, we used images of forms from the natural world to describe Ergro’s areas of work.
Besides looking very sharp, we’ve yet to see a reader that didn’t smile ever so slightly when they made the connection between the subject matter and the imagery.
Small details can make a big (and memorable) impression!
OUR TAKE ON PRINT:
On a coffee table full of publications, how do you ensure that it’s your brochure that gets picked up?
A lot like playing a musical instrument in a band – a good piece of print has purpose, is recognisable and leaves space [for the information] to breathe.
We apply the same principles and attention to detail to print as we do to all other media – the hooks & triggers, simplicity & ease of navigation, and integration with the wider brand and product message.
We recognise that for a variety of reasons the prevalence of print is shifting under the limelight of electronic communications and media (iPads, Kindles, mobile devices and of course, email, et al). But far from shrinking away, print has new purpose as a tangible format for delivering a message.
Besides the design work, we specify the print, handle the production, delivery and fulfilment (where necessary) and also storage if required.
We produce print in all languages. We can also supply the work as interactive PDFs (like mini downloadable websites) so that clients can distribute it via email and their website.