Print design at its best.

When graphic design meant print design, companies needed to pack their entire message into their brochure, or magazine ad, or newspaper ad, simply because that information didn’t exist anywhere else. Unless you were selling perfume or liquor or something already well understood, your ad or brochure had to be packed with detailed information about your product or service.

Today, with the popularity of the Internet, print design has changed for the better. With company websites acting as a central repository for detailed product and service information, print collateral’s mission is to focus on engaging the customer with a simple, powerful message to create follow-up contact.

Brochures, Ads and More…

Well before the popularity of Internet marketing, the principals of Mainline Media were graphic designers creating print design almost exclusively. Some go back as far as the days of Rubylith and type-setters, so you can rest assured that our print design experience is more than adequate. Since the rise of the Internet, the need for large run, large scale brochures, catalogs, and sell sheets has diminished, but Mainline Media continues to develop fully integrated marketing campaigns for our clients. We carry the messages, design and layout developed for the web through to our client’s print design and traditional marketing materials. From business cards and stationery, to trade show displays and billboards, Mainline Media is a one-stop-shop for businesses in need of web and print design. Here is just a small sample of the print design work we’ve produced over the years.

  • Capability Brochure / Folders
  • #10 Brochures
  • Catalogs
  • Magazine / Newspaper Ads
  • Business Cards / Letterhead
  • Sell Sheets / Inserts
  • Trade Displays
  • Billboards
  • Signs / Signage