I consider flyer design very difficult, more than most people thinks, for the easy fact that this type of marketing is usualy handed out or hung in public places with the expectation that some of them will only get a passing glance before being thrown away, and for this reason most of the time are poorly printed on low quality paper.
If we think that are few seconds the time on the designer hands to sell the product, we can realize how a Flyer needs to be well done, contents and images have to be presented with a strong design, try to catch more attention as possible.
The methods and strategies that i usually use are various like the use of heavy colors or images that could sybilized or connect to the subject of the company, these for my opinion are the right choises for send a direct message to the future customers.
A brochure is generally a standard-size sheet of paper that has been folded lengthwise two times to create four panels (bi-fold)
or folded three times to create six panels (tri-fold).
they're created especially to be kept and referred to again and again. They're handed out at the end of sales presentations, as take-away information at trade shows and they're usually displayed in racks.
The following examples are represented different types of brochures that I designed, which not only differ in style and colors, but especially for the subject.