Category Archives: Design Tips

Climbing the Yearbook Ladder

If you haven’t started working on your yearbook yet, you’re probably not alone. Just because over here we are in yearbook frenzy all year round doesn’t mean we expect everyone to be. Heck, you probably just finally got everyone’s name correctly matched with their face. So we figured now would be a good time to […]

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Fall Into Yearbook…

Land on Your Toes this September with these 2013 Fall Trends Yearbook design ideas and inspiration can be found everywhere – in a world with endless creative options you are limited by nothing. Design trends affect everything – from the top fashion designer to the electronics in your home to the vehicle you drive. All […]

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The Hype About Type

If a picture is worth a 1000 words, why bother with type? Using type on a page is more than just a way to tell the story, the type itself is a design element and should be treated as such.  There are hundreds of fonts available, with so many choices, it may be tempting to […]

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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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