Environmental consciousness is more than just a trend, and with the multitude of printing needs necessary for a business today, it’s great to look to eco-friendly methods to help spread your message.
Fortunately, there is a plethora of options in the design world that use eco-friendly methods for making a brochure.
1. Try using recycled paper in a bound format.
2. With its compass graphic and easy flow, this brochure is a no-brainer of great recycled design.
3. Here’s a break from rectangular, tri-fold norms.
4. The design, with its bright, popping colors and dotted mastery, masks any reused look.
5. This design is constructed from 100 percent recycled paper with a minimum of 30 percent post-consumer waste made in the U.S.
6. We’re hooked on this trio of great designs, made using 100 percent recycled FSC certified paper.
7. This eco-friendly design combines soy-based inks.
8. This design uses a simplistic leaf in a calming green color and tucks it into a papery white brochure layout.
9. If the entire layout wasn’t smart enough, the designer went one step further, using 100 percent uncoated, recycled paper.
10. A layered approach keeps readers waiting for more in this airy brochure.
11. This brochure is printed in California using soy inks on recycled paper.
12. You can almost feel the snow hit your face in this photo-based design.
13. The slanted text and complementary font color help keep the brochure engaging.
14. A cropping of spring-like colors come together for a spruced up design that’s ready to sprout new business.
Two missions in one brochure.
Whatever your top pick was, the message is clear — you can be good to the environment and welcoming to prospective customers all in the same brochure.