Brochures
Facts and stories worth publishing on glossy pages
In brief

A compact way to tell employees and applicants about departments of the company, corporate training, key projects and much more

Catalog about education at Rostec Academy
In that brochure we talked about educational programs and consulting services at Rostec Academy, as well as about development of civilian products and the company's involvement in WorldSkills competitions. All that articles turned out into the whole 176-page "Catalog of programs and services"!

For its design we have developed an unusual structure of a double-page spreads with printing words in the centerfold. Also we picked up photos very carefully to reflect the content of each educational program. The design of that brochure is laconic and built on typographic accents.





Welcome book for METRO
The brochure named "I'm in!" is a METRO tour for new employees. In that book we talked about the mission and values of the company, its customers and brands, important corporate rules: for example, about dress code, office zones, concessions and professional terminology.


We designed METRO welcome book in a special employer brand's visual style, then selected detailed graphic elements and developed a special set of icons.







Welcome book for OTTO Group Russia
We've transformed the story about career growth in the company into a travel plan. That brochure collected tips from experienced employees — our wise travelers, created instructions for becoming a captain and illustrated a route for newbies in the company.

We designed the welcome book as a travel map just to create the atmosphere of adventures. Through the entire brochure we used a single graphic element — the line of the way with checkpoints. It divides sections and chapters of the brochure.




Welcome book for Central Bank of Russia
For new employees of the Central Bank of Russia we've prepared answers to all important questions — and collected them in one brochure. To make everything extremely clear and plain, the articles of the book were divided by topic.

We made that brochure clear and minimalistic: straight drawn lines, pastel colors and only sketch-styled images. The design also included color coding to separate chapters from each other.