Help Newbold & Thomas - Resin Surfacing Specialists with a new brochure design
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Newbold & Thomas - Resin Surfacing Specialists
We supply and install resin based surfacing for commercial and residential clients across the south east of england
We are a failry new company just finding our feet so we are not curtailed by existing logos and colourways, were fairly open to suggestions but our vehicles are white and uniforms are green.
We want a brochure that we can give out to prospective clients, both commercial and residential, as well as looking smart, it also needs to inform the client about the products, their benefits, costs, colours and the ancillary services we offer alongside the surfacing itself.
As we see it, the front should have a high quality picture(s) of completed work or a picture that is indicative of what we do along with the company logo (which by the way, if you wanted to tweak, to make it a bit more imaginative, is fine by us)
There also needs to be one section on the available colours, one section on the pros and cons of the products, one section on the ancillary services and indicative costs and a page with a map showing our coverage area, contact details and website. So i guess a 6 panel (3 front, 3 back) of say A5 would work? but the layout really is up to you, as long as we can fit all the outline information without it being cramped, paper size is not a concern.
We also want our 2 qualification logos included; ISO9001 and Link-Up
we have an existing website - http://www.newboldandthomas.co.uk which has all the basic info and gives you an idea of the look we are aiming for; Clean and unfussy. Think ocado, waitrose, ikea
What we install is usually on driveways, rail station platforms, disabled ramps, public footpaths, and landscaped areas and it uses natural stones/aggregates so its quite 'earthy' and 'green'.
I will upload the colour swatchs at a later date but you are free to take some off the website for layout purposes.
I hope that will give you a starting point but please ask as many questions as you wish.