Brochures are a phenomenal marketing tool – not only are they a standard in print materials for nearly every concierge and assistant’s desk, but anytime your company is present at a festival, conference, or workshop, a brochure is the second most important piece of paper after a business card.
Mockups, regardless of the end product, are the best way for you to connect with your client and say, “Here’s what you wanted, and here’s how I made it happen.” A mockup not only lets you easily and efficiently plug your designs and vision into something smooth and beautiful, but it lets your client easily connect with what you’re trying to do.
Here are 19 brochure mockups you won’t want to miss trying out!
A great option for designers who clients are looking to put out more than just a tidbit of information. Large booklet-style brochures let you really expand on designs and information, allowing you to show off all of what your client needs. This mockup offers a great balance of white space and design real-estate, letting you showcase both the client’s information and also their more visually interesting attributes.
Another great large-format brochure, this time with A4 dimensions. This mockup includes a number of smart objects, shadows, and easily moved items so you can truly customize the mockup you’re presenting your client with. An extra background texture adds even more customization to this mockup, making it a great option for those looking for a diverse mockup package.
A bright and contemporary mockup that follows the more traditional 3-panel layout of a brochure, this mockup is a great option for those who are looking to bring a little life to their marketing media.
A gorgeously simple mockup that leaves a lot of room for a design that speaks for itself. This layout is nice and straightforward, a flat and minimal design that won’t overpower the art you add to it. A great option for designers looking for something that will complement and work with their own work, not against it.
Want the traditional tri-fold but are still looking to stand out a bit? A bifold is a great way to go. This mockup is bright and enticing, offering a stylish layout that leaves room for additional work that will wow any client in any industry. Offering an entire back panel to contact and social media information, you’re also sure to show your client that you want them to be the focus of the brochure, and nothing else.
Another option that stands out from the crowd. This oversized tri-fold will work wonders in wowing your clients and laying out the work you’ve put into their design initiatives. Offering an attractive and straightforward layout, this mockup gives you lots of wiggle room to create a design that will give your clients an easy time envisioning their final product.
This mockup is a beautiful choice for those who want to highlight function over form. If your client isn’t as focused on bright colors, flashy designs, and snappy logos, then seriously consider using a mockup that will highlight the text your client wants to put forward. There’s still room for the important visual aids and beautiful graphic design work, but with this mockup, the typography comes first.
Infographics are a great way to transfer large amounts of statistical data in easy-to-digest methods. Using those tools in the form of a brochure is even better – clients get to easily put their knowledge and background into the hands of their own customers, all in a neat package. This mockup gives you the ability to easily weave together multiple graphic and statistic choices, making an eye-catching brochure that won’t disappoint.
A gorgeous layout that combines popping colors with elegant layouts, this mockup is a simple and easy one to put together for any client. A great option for those looking for something they can quickly and efficiently put together, this classic tri-fold takes the brochure world up a notch by incorporating sharp design elements and stellar color choices.
Looking for a more comprehensive brochure mockup that allows for lots of text, but also plenty of filler space for images? Look no further than this mashup of a magazine and brochure. The stunning edge-to-edge layout reads like a magazine but lets clients present information like a brochure, allowing for a professional and visually stunning presentation of their information.
Another venture into the world of Bi-Folds, this mockup is heavy on the fine details. Leaving lots of room for all your client’s custom content, this mockup doesn’t skimp on making sure every inch of page space looks great.
A clean cut and contemporary layout that’s the perfect example of “less is more.” This mockup provides designers with plenty of room to implement their clients needs, all without cluttering the virtual page. Clients who are looking for something simple and not “overdone” will like the minimal feel of this mockup; designers will love the clean and simple lines it provides in maintaining an elegant overall look.
A visually complex and bright brochure that works well to liven up any client’s most basic company information. This mockup offers the classic tri-fold design, with more contemporary design choices added on top – geometric layers, brilliant blues and purples, and sharp clean white text. If your client is looking for simple modernity that will wow a crowd, this is the choice.
This mockup offers a great balance between design elements, textual information, and photo opportunities. Designers can easily implement their own work to the available space, and clients will have plenty of room to showcase the important information they need to share with their customers. Designers can easily manipulate the text layers and design shapes to create a fully-customizable mockup experience, making this a powerful tool in any designers arsenal.
Looking for a mockup that gives you a completely blank canvas? This is the option for you. Giving designers a choice of five different views of a tri-fold brochure, this completely blank mockup lets you implement whatever design elements you have on deck. Based on an A4 design, the mockup can be easily manipulated to fit any layout scheme, making it a wonderfully versatile mockup to have.
A great method of showing off designs, this stack of brochures shows how your designs will look in the real world. Offering one mockup closed with the other open gives your client a more tangible feel for their overall design in a wholly intangible format.
17. Z Fold Brochure
This Z-fold (or tri-fold) is another great example of not allowing a classic piece of marketing material be boring. Smart layers give you a stellar amount of control as the designer, while changing the mockups colors is an overall breeze. You can easily make this mockup a piece for any client you’re working with, and stun them all.
A tri-fold to end all tri-folds. Equipped with gorgeous design elements that catch the eye and lay out vital information in a clear and visually stunning way, this mockup is a contemporary take on the classic brochure. Offering nicely expanded views as well as dramatic close-ups, you can offer your client a fully immersed view of exactly what their final product will look like.
Offering designers 4 pages and 8 sides of prime mockup real estate, this brochure mockup is an eye-catching layout of digital mockups. Giving clients a plethora of views, you’ll have the ability to present all your design objectives in a clean and comprehensive space that won’t limit your over-all vision.
Regardless of the mockup choice you make, you can rest assured knowing that your client will enjoy seeing a digitized “real life” version of the high-quality final rendering of the designs you’re giving them.
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