Project 8: Brochure


  1. Description: This is a brochure to advertise a company that helps business use social media more effectively.
  2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): InDesign was used to create this along Illustrator.
  3. Message: This is a professional group of experts here to help your business grow in the public eye.
  4. Audience: Small and big business owners
  5. Top Thing Learned: I didn’t realize how simple it was to make a tri-fold brochure until this project. I really enjoyed expanding my creativity to create something for a business that I hope to go into someday.
  6. Color scheme and color names: Blue, White, Grey, and Red
  7. Title Font Name & Category: Oldstyle
  8. Copy Font Name & Category: Sans Serif
  9. Word Count of copy: 236
  10. Thumbnails of Images used: 5613940-Illustration-of-business-men-and-women-isolated-on-white-background-with-reflection-Stock-Vector download social_media_business-750x420 Social-Media-Touch-HD-ForWallpapers.com_
  11. Sources (Links to images on original websites)


  1. tannerbrowning92 · July 14, 2015

    Great Work jared! I like the sheer size of your brochure! It’s so big! I think it really makes a loud statement about the company. Good work also with the back of the brochure, the bog with the logo looks good ad I like the changes you made.
    good work!


  2. memacharsky · July 14, 2015

    Good Job! It is simple and clean. I love the topic that you did yours on. I also love how large it is, You definitely won’t have a hard time reading it. Check out mine:


  3. tannercw · July 14, 2015

    Jared, I love the photos and color scheme that you used with your brochure. They flow very nicely with the overall theme of social media and the images really grab your attention and communicate what you’re all about. Be sure to check out Helaman’s project at


  4. atitidaj · July 15, 2015

    Hi jared, your Brochure very easily communicates to your audience the message on social media having used the photos you used. I like the bright color of your background and how it contrasts with the wordings on the page. Take a look at Atitida’s blog :


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