brochure sizes guide

Knowing the standard brochure sizes is important when you plan to make a brochure for print, or for web. Determining the size is the very first step you need to take, even before you decide on the number of pages and before you start working on design.
So we’ve put together a guide that contains all the different brochure sizes for print and various common fold types.
We hope you find in useful. Feel free to bookmark or pin it.

2017 creative magazine covers

There’s one thing that we can all agree on: 2017 has been a year of incredible creativity in the publishing industry. This is why we thought it would be a great idea to make a selection of some of the most creative magazine covers of the year.
Join is in a tour full of creative insight. Who knows? Maybe we’ll sparkle those creative fluids just waiting to be awaken.

Pricing guide design tutorial

A lot of business owners, vendors and freelancers come to a point in their life when they realize the value of a well-made price list. It can boost your marketing and get you more clients.
This article will cover design tips, tools, templates and examples of price lists. By following our tips, anyone can make beautiful pricing guides, without a designer. Sounds great? Keep reading!

digital pamphlet design

How do you make an eye-catching, professional pamphlet? In this article we will cover everything you need to know about pamphlet design. We’ll share useful tips for beginners and we’ll show you some creative leaflets, flyers and brochures in different sizes that will inspire the most advanced designers.

digital booklet design

Booklet is a pretty generic term, covering everything from digital album booklet, children’s bedtime story books, brochures, reports and CD/ DVD inserts. This is why there’s a wide range of booklets: square, landscape and portrait, digital booklets and printed, shorter and bigger (in number of pages).
Whatever your choice may be, you will end up with a digital booklet that you can edit as many times as you want. Let’s see how!

brand guide

Brands are like humans: they evolve and change over time. This is why you need to revisit and update your brand book once a year. Make sure the rules reflect your current standards and guidelines. Keep on reading this article to discover how to create a brand book that stands out in the crowd!

David Oey interview

This post marks the beginning of a series of interviews. Each month you will get to read an interview with a user that has a beautiful profile. In this one, we’re talking to David Oey, a realtor from Toronto, Canada. He’s using Flipsnack to present his listings.

movies and flipbooks

Theater plays, movies, opera shows, books, paintings, e-books, flipbooks and so on. There are a lot of relatives in this big storytelling family, but did it ever cross your mind that flipbooks are the predecessors of movies? Of course, time has passed and they each followed different paths, having their own unique features, but the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

Here are a few things you can learn from movies and apply them, in order to come up with the best flipbook.  

fashion lookbooks

The purpose of any fashion lookbook is to show off a model, a clothing line or a style, through a collection of photos. A model’s lookbook will act as a portfolio, while brands will use their lookbooks to promote a seasonal collection or a clothing line, and to give styling ideas. Some brands send them to customers as free mail order catalogs, while others simply host them online and as digital lookbooks. But even if we’re talking about different roles and uses, there are some design principles that can be generally applied to all.