When you write an essay or an exam question, you read it afterwards. And again. And again. Why should your yearbook be any different? Checking publications for errors, or “proofing”, has been a part of the print industry for as long as it’s been around – with good reason. Traditionally, proofing a yearbook would have
Your teachers have been there through it all, from start to finish. They’ve dealt with your difficulties, the rising tempers, the soaring highs, and the downtrodden lows. It’s only fair to remember the part they played in your schooldays by dedicating a section of your yearbook to them. You’ll want to include their photograph and
Nobody wants a fuzzy, grainy picture in their yearbook. This isn’t 1985! Social media is a prime culprit of poor-quality yearbook images; an image that looks great on your Insta feed might come out blurry and distorted when you print it out. When it comes time to build out your yearbook, there’s a few tips
It’s that time again. Yearbook Awards are the best way to commend the quirky, committed, and crazy people in your yearbook. Here’s our neverending list of the best Yearbook Awards Ideas from the past year, as well as some old tried-and-tested classics.
Have you considered looking for sponsorship for your yearbook project? Sponsored advertisements are a great way to raise the funds for your yearbook, school events, or prom.
Simply put, fonts affect the appearance and style of writing. You should think carefully about your font choices, as it can affect how easy your yearbook is to read, and even the mood of your yearbook.
Coursing through college? Undertaking uni? Let’s face it: these are the best years of your life. You’ll want to remember them.
Pizza. Or yearbook. Pizza, or yearbook? You don’t want to force people to make this decision. If they’re having a hard time choosing which one to buy, you’ve done something wrong. A pizza is tasty for a day. A yearbook holds memories for life. Your year should be eager to pay out for your
Newspapers have headlines. Novels have names. Websites have headings. In fact, every noteworthy publication starts with a great title. So what are you going to write on the front cover of your yearbook?
Blank Page Syndrome. We’ve all suffered from it. I know I’m suffering from it now. Sometimes you sit down to write, but nothing comes to mind. After an hour or two of staring at the screen, you find it’s as blank and white as a sugar-dipped polar bear wearing a ghost costume in an