Category Archives: Design Tips

See Ya, Summer!

It’s official: the seasonal sections in your favorite super-store have most likely made the switch from beach towels and sunscreen to crayons and pencil boxes. It’s back to school time! For all you yearbook peeps, this means one major thing: BACK TO WORK! Even if you haven’t even started thinking about your theme, your page […]

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Stuck In The Middle | Yearbook Filler Pages

While there are obvious things that NEED to go into the yearbook (i.e. sports, clubs, student body, awards) in between these things there may be a page or two that just needs “filling”. A page that needs something placed on it so the next section can start on the right side of the spread…a “filler” […]

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Got It Covered | Exploring Options For Yearbook Covers

Your yearbook cover needs to “say it all” in one design statement. Your cover should motivate people to WANT to see what’s inside. Whoever said you can’t judge a book by it’s cover, certainly couldn’t have been talking about yearbooks! There are many options available to you when making decisions about yearbook covers. The most […]

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The Yearbook Index Needs Love, Too

Surprisingly, the most frequently read/viewed section of your yearbook is typically the one that gets the least amount of attention from your yearbook staff. Students will flip through a yearbook numerous times, but will study an index to find their own picture, friends’ pictures, and, in the future, to find the answer to important questions […]

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Rockin’ Yearbook Inspiration!

Hope everyone is finding their rhythm as you get back into the swing of school/class/yearbook mode! We thought this might be a good time to share a few more yearbook themes with you for inspiration! We thought this first series of layouts “rocked”! (sorry. couldn’t help it. we love a good pun in the idea […]

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