Conventional Finishing; Pocket Folders, Interactive Formats and Other Techniques
Although we produce many standard 4 page, 9 x 12, 4” horizontal double pocket folders, we’ve also produced well over 100 unique formats. The typical groupings outside of a more standard pocket would be horizontal pockets, vertical pockets and combination pockets with a 4 page, 6 page or 8 page configuration. Choosing unique stocks and adding in embellishments such as foil stamping, embossing/debossing and specialty coatings can further add uniqueness to your pocket folder. Then you can add different shaped and sized pockets into the mix and different types of folder closures; tuck and tab, magnets, velcro, button & string, custom string/twine or leather strips, pretty much anything you can think of.
Diecut pieces with interactivity
Creatively integrated diecutting can be used to add interactivity into your projects. Some of these cool formats would include slides, wheels, pull overs, zip strip pulls to open your piece and pop-up dimensional pieces.
Grommets, Eyelets and Screw Post Binding
Other unique binding and finishing techniques
There are so many different and unique binding and finishing techniques that can be used on printed projects. The examples provided above and on the other pages are not the only techniques available or formats that can be explored if you’re looking for a unique looking presentation. A couple more unique approaches are presented below. If you’re looking for that unique approach and not sure how to get there, please contact us for inspiration and samples of how to make your next project stand out from the pack.
If you have a project where you would like to consult with us to explore more unique and clever available formats that could work with your specific content, budget or schedule constraints, please contact us here.