make for great promotional products as they have many pages which you could use to feature your brand’s latest products and services as well as contact details about your company. In fact, you can also feature the different locations of your brands in a couple of pages from your booklet as well as any running promotions you offer.
Additionally, while these are somewhat smaller than their A4 counterparts
, they still come with sufficient space for a minimalist design and concise text. These are also small enough for your prospects to keep in their belongings without much of a hassle. At the same time, these are large enough for people to see right away and take an interest in. This works best especially when you are in a trade fair or convention where competition can be extremely tight between your company and other brands.
Furthermore, there are different kinds of booklet binding such as perfect binding
, which is the most common kind of booklet binding. They are also known as perfect bounds, softcover, or paperbacks. These kinds of booklets are usually used as manuals, catalogues, and annuals.
There are also spiral or wire-bound booklets
which make for an ideal fastening when it comes to school or university documents. Basically, holes are punched through the pages of your documents near the bound edge and then held together through the use of wires or plastic coils. Overall, A5 booklets are great options if you are looking for something big enough to showcase your company’s best features but small enough to easily carry and distribute. Feel free to contact us
if you require any assistance or additional information!
Printing resolution for A5 Booklets
To ensure your A5 booklet comes out with impeccable image quality, you should set your resolution to 148 x 210 at 300 dpi. It is also essential for you to add a 3 mm bleed on each side to keep your image as it is after getting it printed and trimmed. This can be done without any problems through the use of InDesign and or Photoshop. Just manually add the bleed when using Photoshop. Alternatively, you can rely on our free template available on the product page of the product you are trying to order.