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Brochure Portfolio

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13:00 PM | 19 October 2015
by Samroj Lama
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Neuneu Woo is a Shanghai, China based designer and illustrator with a brochure style portfolio that is aesthetically pleasing and minimal. The design shows an image when folded along with titles of the different areas of the brochure. When unfolded the image fragments into sections and information is revealed for each of the titles.

The simplicity of the design is far from boring, it is unique. ‘Outside the box’ thinking is the first message conveyed, as it pulls itself aside from the straightforward double-sided standard CV designs.

One thing to be wary of is over doing a design like this as it is under risk of being tacky, which is why the minimal black and white with a single fragmented image is appreciated. Basically, avoid making it look like an overdone take away menu.

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