Flyer Maker Template
Design your own flyer to promote a business, course, event, and more.
About the Flyer Maker Template
Whether you’re hosting an event, fundraising, or trying to grow your online business, you’ll want to create a flyer to tell the world! A flyer is a single-page advertisement that lets people know about a certain cause, business, or event. Flyers are simple, visually striking, and clear. Use a Flyer Maker Template to easily create and share your flyer.
Keep reading to learn more about flyers and how they can help promote your organization or event!
What is a Flyer
Whether you’re advertising a bake sale, starting a business, looking for a lost pet, raising money for a good cause, or telling the world about your organization’s upcoming event, you’ll want to use a flyer! A flyer is a simple, visually striking one-pager. It tells people what they need to know about your cause or event at a glance. If you’re hosting an event, your flyer might contain information about what it is, where it’s being held, what to bring, and what to wear. If you’re advertising for a cause or trying to raise money, your flyer will include information about where the money is going, what you aim to achieve, and how the public can help.
When you’re making flyers, it’s important to have tools that can scale. After all, you rarely need to make just one. Instead, you often create and distribute dozens, if not hundreds, of flyers. An online flyer maker can help speed up the process. Using simple drag and drop tools, you can quickly create flyers, share them with your collaborators, and improve on each other’s designs. Equally important, a flyer maker allows you to create a flyer that looks and feels professional.
When to use a flyer maker
Use a flyer maker to create a professional, striking flyer. Whether you need a flyer for work or personal use, a flyer maker can help you speed up the process. Using simple tools, collaborate on the flyer and create something that visually engages your viewer.
Create your own flyer
Making your own flyers is easy. Miro’s whiteboard tool is the perfect canvas to create and share them. Get started by selecting the Flyer Maker template, then take the following steps to make one of your own.
Understand your goals. What do you hope to accomplish with this flyer? Encouraging people to come to an event or workshop? Attracting customers to your new business?
Determine your audience. Is this flyer intended for professionals in a certain industry? Young people? Hobbyists? Once you know your audience, you can tailor the visuals and the text to their tastes.
Write down the key pieces of information you’d like to include in a flyer. Flyers are typically simple and attractive. They should be digestible: by glancing at the flyer, the viewer should be able to pick up all the essentials in less than a minute. You’ll want to pack as much information into as little text as possible.
Lay out the text on your flyer. Replace the dummy text in the template with your message!
Customize the design of the flyer. Depending on your theme and goals, you’ll want to use images, colors, photos, and typography. The Flyer Maker Template includes three easy to read but visually striking options to get you started.
Share your flyer with collaborators to get feedback. Miro’s online whiteboard allows collaborators to easily leave feedback on your design.
Iterate on the flyer until you have something that looks amazing!
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