It is easy to confuse a pamphlet with a catalogue or a brochure assignment.
The only difference is that the subject matter is different.
While brochures advertise new products, for example new applications/products, pamphlets will give further information to the readers, such as the subject’s location.
Pamphlets are small publications that tackle a single topic and are intended to be informative or educational. A one-page long pamphlet is a leaflet! We write pamphlets that are both effective in achieving their purpose and creativity.
In this regard, we:
• Define the pamphlet’s target audience and purpose
• Do thorough research on the target audience and the topic
• Focus on comprehension by ensuring the use of positive voice, active voice, and short sentences and words
• Decide on the pamphlet’s layout: small booklet, trifold, or a single-page document.
• Use images and other features to ensure our pamphlet breaks the monotony of plain text and is more expressive!