This fundraiser has a compelling folded freemium that turns into a meaningful 3D keepsake, perfect for various different events.
The image trick is a low-budget, high impact strategy, and I’ll show you three different ways to do it on classic folding styles.
This week’s big idea is an exercise in surprise and delight, tucked into an artful magalog mail format and waiting to be discovered.
This week, Trish Witkowski shares two entirely different ways to add dynamic die-cuts to the budget-friendly double parallel fold.
Today, I’ve got an award-winning fundraising package to share with you, and I think you’ll find their approach really inspiring.
Instead of the usual glossy, stitched brochure, or a pocket folder with sheets of floorplans inside, here’s a more creative approach.
I’ve got a simple, creative, and effective fundraising mailer idea to show you. See what’s exciting about this week’s solution.
Add intrigue and interaction to your mail campaigns in a very simple way by using this creative peel-and-reveal technique.
We’re taking a look at format modification, and the options to change the experience, the focal point, and how we can add interaction.
Here’s an outstanding design for a brochure – it’s layered, folded, stitched and quietly confident. This piece goes beyond aesthetic.
I’ve been focused on practical ideas lately, which are necessary, but here’s something a bit more daring from a design perspective.
A simple broadside format can be used effectively for mail. I have two format variations, and I think you’ll like this simple solution.
I’m on a roll with useful and creative self-mailer ideas, so here’s another clever idea for a self-mailer that can hold inserts.
What if a mailer “looked” like an envelope, but actually was not an envelope? Can a self-mailer be just as engaging as envelope mail?
I’ve got a self-mailing format for you that offers a really nice way to reveal a message and step the viewer through the content.