Similar to other carré or square formats, this particular format is best used for flyers, leaflets, and booklets, as these are large enough for people to see but small enough for you to easily carry and distribute. Furthermore, this size offers more than sufficient space for you to pour your creative juices on for an eye-catching design. For example, you can put a large logo of your company at the centre of your promotional product then, you can feature an image of an event you plan to sponsor or any products you plan on giving away.
You can also include as much content as you want as it offers ample space. For instance, you can stand out from other flyers by staying extremely minimalistic or to the opposite, go all out with full surface colors to spark everyone’s interest in seconds. You can also include discount codes that your prospects can use when they purchase a product from any of your branches or even online. Additionally, as this format is not extremely large, it is much easier and affordable to reproduce for your promotional materials than posters. Although it is not their primary intended use, such a format can also be hung on walls or boards in hallways, which makes a good addition to handing them out.
Aside from these features, the promotional products that can follow the large square format are available in a variety of styles and materials. For example, for booklets, you can choose to have them stapled or wired. They also come in thin 90 gsm silk, standard 135 gloss, and thick, 250 gsm gloss. There are also flyers which are available in a range of thickness such as the slim 135 gsm, the standard 250 gsm, and solid, 400 gsm.
Opt for large square format for an impacting material, which will surely get the attention your brand needs. To learn more about this format, feel free to check our website or consult with us and we will be more than happy to help.
Printing resolution for Large Square Formats
To ensure that your large square print comes out in perfect image, set your resolution to 210 x 210 at 300 dpi. You should also keep in mind to add bleed to avoid issues that may come up after printing. You can easily do this by using InDesign or Photoshop. When using photoshop, however, you have to add the bleed manually as it is not primarily taken into account. On the other hand, you can use our free templates on the product page of the product you are trying to order.