40 Stunning Flyer Design Examples to Amaze You

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A flyer is an age-old and effective way of marketing an upcoming event. Flyers are a single page leaflets which will provide the important information about the promotion to be done. It necessarily does not contain lot of text or literature. Thus the only thing required for creating a flyer is “creativity”. The Flyers always need to be eye-catching and have attractive element in it. Flyer can be used for announcing a new bakery shop, selling old furniture or a concert performance.

The most important part of a flyer is the headline. It needs to be a snappy and crispy one to immediately capture audience attention. You need to plan out the content and data that needs to be published on the flyer. The amount of content will decide the page size. A very large flyer is not required and can be wastage of money. Similarly, you need to use a good quality paper, but not very costly. Try and put data in form of some comment or bullet-form. This will help you make a concise flyer. You can even take help of speech bubble or animated cartoons to put up the thoughts. The most important data that the flyer should answer is Who, Where and When. Avoid making a too cluttered flyer else no one will even pick it up to read.

Use of bold colors is one of the ways of grabbing users’ attention, but lots of colors in a single flyer may make it look haphazard. It will make the flyer look busy and important information may get lost. Try and use font size variation to reflect the various important data. This will eventually divide the page into 3-4 important areas which would be a must read for the reader. You can write small paragraphs to explain what the event will be about or any other details which reader should know.

You can even create big flyers around your city. Do make sure to take permission from the concerned authorities before doing the same. I such cases the font should be absolutely legitimate and big in size. Make sure you hang the flyers 7-8 days before the actual event. You can even put flyers at various grocery stores or coffee shops reception. When taking print out make sure to account for any bleed or trim on the page. Take help of a professional person to make your work easy and perfect. Take a rough printout first and make all the grammatical or spell check before opting for the final printout. These initial corrections will help you from any embarrassments and money wastage in the end.

Here are 40 best flyers to get you a little inspired to design a creative one for your event:

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Conclusion:

If you are not a professional designer this whole task may be a little overwhelming and stressful. Thus do take help from a professional studio or individual to help you sail through this. Do take feedback from some of your friends before taking a final printout, thus they may point out last minute changes, if any to be done. Don’t forget to mention proper contact number or email-id at the end of the brochure. If your company has a logo do put it in the top, this will help people remember about you.

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Janice Noel

This article is written by Janice Noel. Janice is a freelance graphics designer and blogger. She is also an active follower of DesignModo web design blog.

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  • Nick

    You guys really amazed me, great work.