Gather Your Raw Materials, Then Choose Your Method
If you need to create a career brochure to promote your professional identity as a whole, one of the software options or online design resources below will work well for you. I’m giving you several options because you might find yourself more comfortable or confident with one process than another. But whichever way you choose, the task won’t be so daunting with these helpful hints, links, and step by step instructions.
Whatever profession or occupation you’re creating a careers brochure for, you’ll have to gather all your own pertinent facts, news, pictures, and graphics pertaining to it to have on hand for the creation process. You’ll want to put your collective best foot forward on this brochure maybe with some good statistics, encouraging prods, and positive testimonials by experts or seasoned vets in the field. Consider your audience carefully and target them appropriately. You have to provide the content no matter how you choose to make this. Take a look at any brochures representing your field that are already out there; a quick web search will likely produce more than a few.
Before you go through with any of the methods outlined below, I think it would also be very prudent to review some very important and basic design tips which are pointed out in Brochures 101: Ten Brochure Design Tips for First Timers. From typeface to common mistakes about where to put the fold on it, you’ll get some worthy advice to consider for making your own. With all this knowledge on hand, you’re now ready to create a career brochure that best represents everything you want it to in the best light. The first few options are for those looking to do all the work themselves while the latter affords for various degrees of outsourcing. But you probably wouldn’t be reading this far if you didn’t want to get your hands a little dirty by putting your own creativity into the project.