Printed presentation folders are an effective way of delivering material to your customers, handing out proposals or for presenting advertising. You can have them printed single sided, or double sided. Printing on the inside of a presentation folder gives you the possibility to add information, be funny, or just have an eye catching background for your clients to look at. In this post we have made 6 templates for A4 presentation folders that you can download and tweak for your own purposes. There are 3 folders for InDesign and 3 for Illustrator. You can also create folders in Photoshop, but this time we are focusing on Illustrator and InDesign. We hope this inspires you to create some great folders for your company.
Presentation Folder Template #1
This folder was created in Illustrator and is printed on the outside only. It is perfect for eco friendly companies and the big beautiful tree can be downloaded here.
Presentation Folder Template #2
Perfect for construction companies, this folder comes printed on the outside and inside. This one was designed in Illustrator and the pattern in the background is available on Shutterstock. Place it under the text and change the colours to your preferred one.
Presentation Folder Template #3
This folder in a classic black and white style works well for financial companies. It was designed in Illustrator. The icons can be downloaded here and added into the circles.
Presentation Folder Template #4
This clean design, created with InDesign, portraying ice cream obviously works well for ice cream companies but can also be used for restaurants, cafes and shops. The ice cream images can be downloaded here: Ice cream scoops collection & Ice cream scoops on cone
Presentation Folder Template #5
With this stylish design you could hand over spring news about your business to clients, investors and potential customers. It was created in InDesign.
Presentation Folder Template #6
Perfect for travel agencies to send information about customers trips in, this presentation folder was created in InDesign. The photos come from here.