Designing a brochure is a creative process that involves combining visual elements, compelling copy, and effective layout to communicate the message and engage the audience. Below are the tasks completed for BEAU flooring.

1. Define the Objectives: Started by clarifying the purpose of the brochure. Determine the target audience and key messaging to guide the design process.

2. Choose a Format: Decide on the size, shape, and folding style of the brochure. Common formats include bi-fold, tri-fold, gatefold, and accordion fold. Choosing a format that suits the content and fits the budget.

3. Create a Wireframe: Sketch out a rough layout of the brochure, dividing it into sections for headlines, body copy, images, and other elements. Consider the hierarchy of information and how we want to guide the reader’s eye through the content.

4. Design Elements:

  • Typography: Choose fonts that are legible and consistent with the brand identity. Use different font weights, sizes, and styles to create hierarchy and visual interest.
  • Color Scheme: Select a color palette that reflects the brand and conveys the desired mood or message. Use colors strategically to highlight important information and create visual contrast.
  • Imagery: Incorporate high-quality images, illustrations, or graphics that enhance the message and appeal to the audience. Ensure that images are relevant, visually appealing, and properly sized for print.
  • Branding Elements: Include the logo, brand colors, and other branding elements consistently throughout the brochure to reinforce brand identity and recognition.


5. Write Compelling Copy: Craft concise and persuasive copy that communicates the key selling points and benefits. Use clear language, compelling headlines, and bullet points to make information easy to digest. Tailor the messaging to resonate with the target audience and address their needs and pain points.

6. Layout Design:

  • Grid System: Use a grid system to organize the content and maintain visual consistency. Align elements along the gridlines to create a structured and balanced layout.
  • Whitespace: Allow for ample whitespace around text and images to improve readability and create a sense of elegance and sophistication.
  • Visual Hierarchy: Arrange content in a logical order of importance, with headlines, subheadings, and call-to-action (CTA) buttons standing out prominently.
  • Focal Points: Use design elements such as color, contrast, and scale to draw attention to key elements and guide the reader’s focus.


7. Proofread and Revise: Review the brochure carefully for any errors in spelling, grammar, or design inconsistencies. Make necessary revisions to ensure accuracy and clarity before proceeding to the final design.

8. Print Preparation: Prepare the brochure for printing by ensuring that it meets the printer’s specifications for file format, resolution, color mode, and bleed. Convert the design file to a print-ready format (e.g., PDF) and test print a sample to check for any issues.

Beau Floor offers the highest quality flooring products with the most competitive pricing and distinct aesthetics – classic flooring, redesigned in long-lasting and modern styles. Our range includes our top quality ALFA & BOSTON HYBRID and CLASSIC LAMINATE flooring, with outstanding features and built to last. Beau Floor has been supplying quality flooring materials and accessories to many major retailers in Victoria and nationwide, All the products have been tested by AWTA Australia. All our products are covered by Lifetime Structural Warranty, 10 Years Commercial Surface Warranty and 25 Years Residential Surface Warranty. Beau Floor highly values clients’ satisfaction, and providing the most professional and efficient customer service has always been our number one goal. As one of the fastest-growing contenders in the Australian flooring market, Beau Floor seeks to extend the opportunity for potential clients to collaborate. Together, we continue to deliver the best quality products and beyond.

AUSTRALIAN TEAM based in Australia not overseas