Whether you are printing a magazine, catalogue or menu, your booklet will more than likely have plenty of words (unless it is a picture book). Stick to easy-to-read fonts for your headings, subheadings and body text. In fact, we recommend only using about three typefaces throughout your custom booklet. A limited amount of fonts, as well as uniform text alignment and spacing, will help make your booklet look professional and consistent.
Full-colour booklet printing from eprintfast allows you to incorporate bright images into your design. Photos should be high resolution and well-focused. Feel free to include black and white images for variety. Be creative with how you place images - you may want to try text-wrapping for a lively design. Image-heavy content may look best in our larger 8.5” x 11” booklets.
Our booklet printing services range from 8 to 64 pages. If you are wondering how to make designs with so many pages, our setup guide will help simplify the formatting process. Before you begin, decide on the orientation of your custom booklet. A small trick for a clean design is to keep page numbers in the same place for every page. Once your design is complete, double-check the page orientation and page order of your entire booklet.
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