Nothing replaces visual marketing collateral you can hold, pass around,
and read without an electronic device.

In this age of electronic media, print still holds a place in the public heart. Although digital media is interactive, print promotes a sense of stabiility. The presentation of a printed piece is unhampered by hardware, software, or preference settings. The user experience is the same any time, any place. A reader is free to peruse your information on their terms.

Print advertising pieces - cards, brochures, information folders, stationery, mailers - is called "collateral" in the marketing industry. Appropriately termed, this form of advertising can be a valuable asset for capturing attention and maintaining a presence. There is something comforting in tangibility.