I’ve seen it, too. The best presentation folder design ever. It should be framed. Maybe it belongs in the Louvre – or some fancy place in France. Nothing else really compares.
Right now, it’s at my dentists office. No, really.
Upon arriving at my dentist to have a emergency crown affixed, I was presented with the new patient folder. Wow. No offense to dentists, but this was a great design.
I know, It’s just a presentation folder. But check out the design features – and I’ll bet you just don’t have a design that can beat this one. Especially the price . . .
The Best Design Ever.
The full color presentation folder bled edge-to-edge – inside and out – with brilliant pictures of the whitest biggest toothy smiles you can imagine. On the spine, where the ink was printed was clean crisp fold. No big break-up of ink and paper here.
Even the pockets were printed to match the inside back cover. Each pocket had business card slits – when I pulled the cards out – a business card graphic with all of the info was right where the card came off. Excellent! The text was trapped so tightly into the background smile photo that I had to get out a loop (a printers magnifying glass for you new-school people) to see the dots. Flawless trapping. The dots – under the loop – counted to a true 2400 dpi. I counted them – myself.
The piece de-resistance? After ogling over the folder not one smudgy print had blurred or smudged the ink. A fine thin layer of aqueous coating had been applied to seal the deign in. Perfect.
The Best Price Ever.
When I got the bill for my crown from the receptionist on the way out, I asked her if I really got to keep the folder. Sort of a dentist toy box reward for adults thing. I mean, I had to ask because – given the price of the temporary crown – I figured the presentation folders cost like $10 apiece, right.
No. Less than $2.50 each. Imagine, the Mona Lisa of presentation folders at two and half bucks each. I loved my dentist. Until the Novocain wore off anyway.
Can’t Beat This.
Given the description of the master piece from my dentist, I invite any one to try to describe a better presentation folder design – and deal!