Tag Archives: yearbook inspiration

It’s a Snap! Capture the Perfect Picture With Your Phone.

Smile. Snap. Yuck. Delete. Smile again. Snap. Much better! It’s now that easy. Gone are the days of waiting with anticipation for the development of film to see if someone blinked or your hand wasn’t steady. Whether you grew up using a film camera or you grew up only knowing digital cameras, chances are you are […]

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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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Yearbook Design Inspiration | Winter Special Events

Now that the holiday season has passed, many schools have winter activities to help keep away those mid-year doldrums. Homecoming and prom aren’t the only dances that should be chronicled in your yearbook…Winter activity weeks and dances are a great way to remind people of the fun that was had ALL YEAR! Make sure you […]

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Selling More Yearbooks 101

If you’re one of the many school that use yearbook sales as a way to raise money for your student body, you know how important it is to SELL MORE BOOKS. The only way to sell more books than you did last year is to advertise and market this year’s book! Depending on your publishing […]

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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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