Last year, yearbook staffs brainstormed ideas and chose themes that best suited their school and the 2019-20 school year. Little did they know, a few of those concepts would work out better than
The sideways spread was an interesting trend in 2019 yearbooks. Let’s look at seven books that took yearbook design to a whole new perspective.
Yearbook lovers, theme projects are one of the smartest ways to jump start next year’s book. They allow your staff to mull over different concepts, seeing how the ideas grow and develop. It’s a
We’re excited to share the winning layouts from our inaugural Great Design contest.
It’s never been trickier to market yearbooks. And yet, it’s never been easier. Here are three ways to create stunning visuals and wow buyers. And the coolest part? They’re all free.
After an epic day of journalism, we're back with more training and content to get your staffs ready for 2021. Each week we're bringing one of our speakers back for another valuable session. Join
We love a good challenge! Show off a great spread design from your yearbook. Or, even better, get a jumpstart on designing your 2021 book. Here is an assignment that will engage your students to
March is when advisers capitalize on snagging action shots, team photos and missing captions. But Team Coronavirus didn’t play by the rules and now we’re all on the sidelines. Here’s how to