Interactive Travel Brochure Created by Flip PDF
Part I: Collecting every bit of detail for your travel brochureBefore jumping off to a start, take some time off from your busy schedule to jot down a few things:
Part II: Penning down the content for your travel brochureA convincing content with captivating title acts as a perfect head-turner, so follow the points to come up with a preliminary outline.
1. Start with an argument stating why the vacation spot’s worth your investment and check for edits
2. Play with diverse font sizes and styles to come up with a perfect one, which is legible from a distance
3. Ensure consistency in font style throughout the text but separate headings from sub-headings by adjusting the font size. The motive is to maintain a nice flow that wouldn’t bog down the reader in any way.
4. Include in the title fanciful adjectives like ‘breathtaking’, ‘pulsating’ etc to catch one’s attention and incorporate the location just after the adjective.
5. Apart from putting it in bold and underlining it, one has to end the title with an exclamation mark to make it sell.
6. Give prominence to the opening line and include a list of hot spots to it.
7. Since a brochure is not entirely based on text but contains visuals as well, divide the content into 6-8 sections and intimate customers in 3-4 lines about the four diverse aspects- scenery, restaurants, shops and hotels.
8. Highlight the specialities like accessibility for handicaps, complimentary breakfasts and other distinguishing aspects.
9. Edit client testimonials by keeping them enclosed within quotation mark, indenting it and sharing most sensitive yet valuable information.
10. Include an all-encompassing price section as given below.Use simplified texts such as “huge discounts for purchasers ordering via phone” and finish it in 3-4 sentences. The motto is to shed light on deals and discounts. Make sure you include the same inside the pamphlet. 11. Entice readers into visiting your website or reaching you through calls/emails. It is better to point out the addresses at the back of the brochure or right after the price section.
Part IIISince a marketing brochure is a perfect balance of images and write-up, it’s time you work on the visuals right after jotting down your scheme. Here’s how you may proceed:
1. Narrow down to intriguing visuals, rich in color and of high-resolution.
2. Skip stock photos which look somewhat fake and replace them with realistic ones, showcasing glimpses of happy moments.
3. Choose the color scheme wisely, sticking to bright ones for children’s destinations, pastel tones to convey a relaxed feel and antique touch to historical locations like the following picture illustrated below.
4. Invest some more time into designing it by bordering the template with a thin line of a shade slightly bright/pale than the underlying tone.
5. Make use of 3-4 asterisks/bullets to define key aspects but in a controlled way as depicted in the picture below.
6. Ensure a perfect harmony between visuals and the key points listed down in the brochure
7. Finally, approach a professional print company to reproduce the hard copy of the brochure on high-quality, thick coated paper.
8. Proof-read the content and check on design/layout to confirm it.
ConclusionThe step-by-step procedure involved might seem elaborate but the outcome is propitious. Follow them to start off from blank or upgrade to an amazing digital publishing software of Flip PDF, if you are tech-savvy by nature. The latter promises media rich brochure, scoring high in aesthetic look to provide users with a responsive experience through a page-flipping style digital travel brochure.