Mita Kasansoewirjo January 11, 2020 Flyer Templates
The photos, illustrations, shapes, lines and colours you use in your flyer aren’t just about creating a pretty flyer. They all have a function. They should tie in with your business brand and accurately represent the type of service or product you offer. They should also appeal to your target audience and create an emotional response in them.
What makes flyer templates for Word so indispensable to businesses is that they`re beautifully designed. Also, they save you time and money over trying to design your own flyers from scratch Word. When it comes to top quality premium Microsoft flyer templates, Envato Elements should be your first stop. Elements offers a huge and varied selection of flyer templates for Word. You can customise them extensively to create a look that`s as unique as your business. The templates are also yours to change and adapt to different occasions as often as you`d like.
Flyers are cost-effective. Designing and printing flyers can be cheaper than overhauling your website, paying for a billboard, or running social media ads.
Flyers aren’t just for garage sales, basement concerts, and lost dogs. The numbers don’t lie:
~ 79% of small-to-medium business owners (SMEs) use flyers and brochures as part of their marketing activities,
~ 85% of consumers said they are more likely to shop with a small business that has professionally printed materials, such as business cards, signs, and flyers,
~ Over $15 billion was spent on flyer printing in the US alone in 2017.
Pick out a flyer that catches your fancy then edit the design further until you have what you need. Search Canva's impressive library of over a million professionally-shot stock photos and images. Add more elements like illustrations, frames or lines to your design. With hundreds of fonts to choose from, you can make your message stand out through the right font pairing. Once you're done, you can choose to download your design as a JPEG, PNG, or PDF for printing and distribution.
We see them every day—in the mail, at work or school, on community bulletin boards, in store windows: Flyers. That’s right, those bits of paper that often end up in the trash, trampled in the street, or buried under a pile of bills. But if they’re doing their job (read: have been designed well), flyers should catch your attention and maybe even get you to take action (attend this grand opening; use that coupon; buy tickets to this concert—you get the idea).