Both have their pros and cons. One word about printed materials since we nowadays tend to choose for digital solutions a tad bit too easily.
Print has some unique characteristics that digital has not and will never have. Print can be touched, it can be held in your hands, the textures can be felt. Think about it, the same brochure could be printed on hundreds of different papers, each one would result in a different feel, gloss and even sound and smell. Print stimulates all of our senses. Therefore it can add some character in a way digital cannot.
That’s why print design should still be considered, case by case as one of your most precious methods of communication.
I do not print myself since printing requires a different skillset. However I do have the knowledge and experience about the possibilities and limitations of the different materials, printing and binding methods and have built up a network of printers and manufacturers that we can select from to collaborate. Or I can naturally work together with your preferred suppliers.
During the design process I will communicate with you to make the right choices and advise of any options there are. I also will do the pre-press, supply the designs to the printer and liaise with them during the production stage.