A yearbook is a historical document that will last a lifetime and beyond. So everything you’re putting on the pages will always be there...including the mistakes. Here’s how you can take extra
Think about it. The average high school student spends 5.8 hours in class each school day. Another 35 minutes at lunch and 15 minutes for class changes round out the rest of the school day. So if 89%
We’re not talking about Getting Sturdy or Hitting the Griddy. We’re talking signature completion so your pages can dance their way through the presses.
That phrase might make an adviser a little nervous because captions can sometimes take a while to complete. From gathering the background information, setting up interviews with the people in the
...Really Do Have Something in Common In most grocery and department stores, Christmas decorations are up before Halloween has even passed. A few might wait until November 1, like Starbucks who
It’s all about the people. While other parts of the yearbook focus on classes, clubs, events and sports, the people section is an all-inclusive endeavor. A reference tool, it serves as a directory
From magazines to advertisements to college brochures (all of those great sources of design inspiration), cut out background (COB) photos are everywhere. Why not fit them into your publication to
Each year around this time, the leaves begin to fall and the predictably warm days of summer begin to cool with the autumn breeze. Ghouls and goblins begin to make appearances on lawns of decorating
As part of our series, “The Essentials,” we present the required elements of yearbook. Today’s focus is the folio.
The folio is an essential reader service, providing vital information to the