Additional Online Resources
Collection of brochures from
family, friends, local businesses. (Travel brochures and brochures from
local clubs are good examples for Lesson 1; instruction booklets for watches,
assembly instructions for small toys, and brochures from your local utility
company explaining water conservation practices, etc. are good examples
for Lesson 2)
Brochure design books and portfolios
Classroom or Library Reference
Access to Internet Resources
Page Layout Software with Brochure
Templates if possible (see online resources below).
Scanner, clip art books, graphics
Plain or color paper, staples
(if doing booklet style brochures).
Laser or ink jet printer able
to handle chosen paper stock.
Processing software (shareware) at Softseek, many of them advanced
enough to handle brochures and other more complicated layouts (DOS
Layout and Graphics programs including many shareware and freeware
DOS and Windows products listed at Softseek.
version of QuarkXpress a page layout program for the Mac.
PrintShop PressWriter education edition of Win95 program for
brochures, resumes, fliers, and more.
Print Shop education edition
does newsletters, signs, banners, etc.
Publishing products from Serif for Windows.
Resource List in Desktop Publishing at The Mining Company contains links
to brochure portfolios and design tips.
to create a sales brochure describes types of brochures and how to
write and design an effective brochure.
Effective Brochure, a checklist
Together an Effective Brochure