Old man on the street
Old man on the street
Writing a letter
Boy writing a letter
Girls on their mobiles
Girls on their mobiles
Photographing an event
Photographing an event
Girl with laptop
Girl with laptop
Man on phone
Man on phone
Clothing on a rail
Clothing on a rail
Shopping at a market
Shopping at a market
Girl on phone
Girl on phone
Market Seller
Market Seller
People at a station
People at a station
Busy street
Busy street
Earth from space
Earth from space
Man on Laptop
Man on laptop
Man on mobile
Man on mobile
Man on laptop
Man on laptop
Construction workers
Construction workers
Girls on mobiles
Girls on mobiles
Kids on mobiles
Kids on mobiles
Girls on mobiles
Girls on mobiles
Man in a hat
Man in a hat
British postbox
British postbox
Cartwheel on a beach
Cartwheel on a beach
Woman on a phone
Woman on a phone
Monopoly board
Monopoly board
Woman
Woman
People in office
People in office
Video recording
Video recording
Men talking
Men talking
Woman
Woman
On a tablet
On a tablet
People
People
Woman on bench
Woman on bench
Man waiting for train
Man waiting for train
Something
Something
Woman
Woman
Busy street
Busy street
JMS Connect
JMS Connect
JMS Innov8
JMS Innov8
JMS Inspire
JMS Inspire
JMS Shout
JMS Shout
JMS SEO Thermostat
JMS SEO Thermostat

Catalogue Printing Marketing Solutions

Catalogue printing is a great marketing technique to expand your marketing reach and Jack Marketing Solutions has a long history of catalogue design work, on- and offline. Our workflow processes are geared up to optimum catalogue printing and brochure design. We also have access to digital photographic studio houses allowing for highly productive multiple shoots where required.

We specialise in producing catalogue designs for companies requiring high-end photography and design - catalogue designs that require thought and care to produce. Our policy is to take the time to understand your company's products, business objectives and target market to ensure the success of the catalogue design.

Rules of catalogue printing design

  • Density - Look how easy it is when everything is exactly the same size and has the same number of images per spread
  • Typeface - Choose a standard typeface; if it has been good for years, it'll be good for the future. But for web-catalogues, remember computers have a limited standard set of fonts
  • Photos - You may well get one more photo on a page, but it will often overload it, so we avoid photo cramming for clean, functional design with usable white space
  • Understandable Layout - Keep thing simple and standardised - your customers will find what they want then
  • Avoid Clutter - Sometimes it can feel like a puzzle, fitting all the pieces together because they really didn't fit right in the first place
  • Use of colour - Background tints are fine, but sparing use of coloured text and 'Sales' splashes are fine, but don't put them all on one page

Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you make your mark in your marketplace with your catalogue printing.

 

Glossary: Accordion Insert, Ambient Media,, Awareness, Body Copy, Centre Spread, Collateral, Copy Brief, Copy Testing, Copywriter, Copywriting, Creative, Double Truck, Front Matter, Galley Proof, Gate Fold, Gutter, Layout, Leading, Masthead, Mechanical, Pass-Along Readers, Spread, Style Guide, Subheads, Typography, White Space.

Internet of Manufacturing
  Tue 6th Mar/2018
    3:00 pm - 11:30 pm