Brochure Templates

Design Master

Using a template or an on-site tool to is one of the best ways to start designing the perfect brochure. We reviewed the top printers to see who offers the most helpful selection of quality pre-made templates, the best library of blank guides, and the best online design tool.

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THE BEST
TEMPLATE RATING
5.0
out of 5
BLANK TEMPLATES:

ONLINE DESIGN TOOL:

A solid design tool: easy to use, not too complicated, and has a few fancy features. It’ll get the job done. » Try it

OUR TAKE:

Over a thousand pre-made templates and three types of downloadable guides make Vistaprint.com a good choice for users who want to design online or have their design ready to go. » Full Review

THE REST
TEMPLATE RATING
4.7
out of 5
BLANK TEMPLATES:

ONLINE DESIGN TOOL:

None available. All designs have to be created off-site using a site-provided downloadable guide. Update: Though we haven't tested it, a representative from 48HourPrint let us know an online design tool is now available. » Try it

OUR TAKE:

48HourPrint.com offers a ton of different blank, downloadable templates for different programs, but no online designer or pre-made templates. Best for users who want more control. » Full Review

TEMPLATE RATING
3.6
out of 5
BLANK TEMPLATES:

ONLINE DESIGN TOOL:

Without much sparkle or flash, this design tool is average, but will do what it needs to without problems. » Try it

OUR TAKE:

Though PsPrint.com’s design tool works well, they don’t offer any pre-made templates and only one downloadable guide. This site is better suited for online design. » Full Review

TEMPLATE RATING
3.2
out of 5
BLANK TEMPLATES:

ONLINE DESIGN TOOL:

Not available. Users have to download a blank template and upload the finished design. » Try it

OUR TAKE:

Though PrintingForLess.com doesn’t have a design tool, they do offer over ten thousand templates, making it a good option for users who want a quick, polished design. » Full Review