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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. ┬áThere are hundreds of fonts available, with so many choices, it may be tempting to […]

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The Proof is in the Proofing!

We can’t say enough, here in the garden, how important it is to proof your yearbook thoroughly. VERY thoroughly. After all the hard work and dedication you and your staff members have shown this project, the proof is in the PROOFING! Your hard work is done. You’ve submitted your book and waited patiently. Finally, the […]

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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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…with a little help from your friends

Like we keep saying, designing an entire yearbook is a daunting task. Why not get a little help? Many programs, especially those created specifically for yearbook design, include templates. Now, keep in mind that when you look at a template, it’s not going to be very impressive. Typically just gray boxes and a block of […]

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