A well-designed marketing asset draws readers in, holds their attention and supports the informational and commercial goals of your white paper. Visualise your content marketing in new dimensions with design-centric writing and research.

Quality White Paper Design Drives ROI

Expert insights, data-driven research, thought leadership and in-depth analysis lay the foundation for any good white paper – but they don’t help with readability.

White papers are inherently dense documents, and it’s easy for readers to feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of statistics and data points.

Effective design can be a powerful tool for white paper content, helping your audience absorb major talking points and understand your underlying message with absolute clarity. Poor design, however, will leave your readers lost and confused amidst the avalanche of text and statistics.

In short: Good white paper design makes your content more digestible, shareable and persuasive. Even a technical white paper needs to follow proper design principles to reach its tech-savvy target audience.

Gating white paper content can help you increase conversion rates and guide qualified leads toward a purchasing decision:

Our White Paper Design Process

Once the text of your white paper has been approved, it’s handed off to Brafton’s graphic design team for customised formatting and optimal user experience. Designers incorporate their expertise, follow your instructions, if provided, and use your business branding guidelines – colours, logos and fonts.

Brafton’s in-house designers create visual elements and directional cues, such as a table of contents, photographs, illustrations, charts, graphs and pull quotes, throughout the white paper to help break up text and highlight important points. This results in an asset that is easy to digest with straightforward, effective messaging.

We can turn around formatted copy in the shortest time possible using a variety of design tools to streamline the process. Our team can plug in any existing white paper template you have or create one for your brand from scratch.

A formatted draft of your white paper will be submitted for approval. If necessary, designers implement any edits, suggestions or other feedback into the final product to ensure the asset meets your branding expectations and overall commercial objectives.

To create a product that best suits your evolving marketing needs, your team can also update or refresh older white papers to match your current audience. Or, other types of reading material, like a blog post or an infographic, can be converted into a white paper to better represent the topic and serve reader intent.

Your Business, Your Branding

Subsequent documents that add to your marketing campaign may follow a similar white paper template, so all of your branding and formatting preferences are consistent across every asset. Designing white papers to complement other branded collateral, like eBooks, case studies and blog posts, is also an option for maximum cohesion across multiple formats.

Before publication on your website or distribution through email and social media channels, your Brafton strategist and designer will use a proprietary lead-gen platform to create an opt-in form fill on your conversion landing page. This technology optimises your gated white paper landing page to increase conversions and downloads.

Your white paper, then, becomes not just a marketing tool but a verified business asset to your bottom line, driving success, engagement, quality leads and core revenue.

Guiding You Through the Entire White Paper Process

Working with a full-service content marketing company means you don’t have to worry about any aspect of white paper production – we take care of everything for you.

That’s the benefit of an end-to-end content marketing agency: We take every step to ensure each piece of content we produce supports your marketing strategy and your business goals.

Have a question about the white paper design process? Learn more about Brafton graphic design services, including client examples.

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