‘It always seems impossible until it’s done’

Nelson Mandela’s famous quote resonates as advisers struggle with what seems like an impossible task—finishing the yearbook. While the pandemic has amplified that struggle, we know you can find

Coverage in 2021: Last-minute ideas to fill pages

Kudos to everyone who has hit the submit button. For the rest of us, here are 12 more ideas to fill blank pages. Whether you’re scrambling to meet your final spring deadline or chugging along for

Coverage in 2021: Sports ideas

A year ago, schools extended spring breaks and canceled sports seasons. This March, we’re back on the field, but it’s not quite the same. Here are ideas for sports coverage in a challenging year.

New spreads added to Ready-to-Go Collection

Dinner is served. We’re excited to share more delicious news. We’ve created additional spreads for you. They’re all ready to go!

California school splits yearbook into quarterly volumes

At Harvard-Westlake, the yearbook is already out. Or at least 25 percent of it is. In an effort to share positive and timely news, the staff decided to print the book in four volumes.

Turn to showstoppers for impactful design

What do you do when interviews and photos are limited? Take advantage of it! Use the lack of content to amp up the coverage and wow factor.

National spreads added to Ready-to-Go Content

MORE! We’ve added 12 pages of national coverage to our Ready-to-Go Content collection. Let’s check them out.

Content ideas for the elementary level

An unusual year has left us scrambling for creative content. Nowhere has this been more difficult than in elementary yearbooks, which often rely on events to fill pages. But when there’s a

Coverage in 2021: People examples

Sharing ideas is one of our favorite parts about yearbooks. But lists tend to be long and text-heavy. As we brainstormed people coverage ideas, we thought it might help to see more visuals. Here

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