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Creating a brochure with tabbed pages

Posted 12th December 2017

Creating a brochure with tabbed pages

Adding tabs to a brochure is a simple and useful way to show what a document contains. Not only do the tabs add colour and impact, they aid navigation. Tabs can quickly allow someone to find a page without the need to search or look for a contents page.

In this example we printed three separate 12 page brochures for CCT Conference Centres, one for each of their three venues. The design of the brochure used stepped tabs with a different colour for each section. The layout had to allow for the variation in size of the internal pages. The finished size of the brochures were 215mm square and the cover was printed on a 300gsm silk card. This incorporated an inside pocket that could take additional A5 leaflets. The inside pages were printed on 170gsm silk and these were stitched (stapled) in to the outer cover to form the completed brochure.

CCT are using their new brochures to welcome delegates and guests visiting their centres.  They have proved so popular they are already on their second reprint.

Example brochure with tabbed pages 

Many of the jobs we quote on and print are bespoke designs. So if you are looking for something a little different or just searching for a printer that you can rely on, then give our sales team a call to discuss your ideas and requirements.