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
This is an updated version of an article originally posted 03/12/2010 We will continue to update this article with the very best inspirational yearbook quotes. Sometimes, nothing says it better than a quote.
This is a refreshed version of a post from 5th March, 2014 As I write this, I’m wearing a hoodie. The hoodie I got when I left school. Ask anybody; your school leavers hoodie is the one piece of clothing you’ll own and wear forever… If you can get it right.
At the end of the day, we’ve all been on a journey. Whether you call them idioms, cliches, or something else, there are some things that are instantly recognisable owing to their universal and persevering popularity. Okay, so it’s important to a lot of people to be original and we all daydream about being
We know that we’ve done yearbook quotes multiple times in this blog. And here we are again. In our defence, it’s one of the most searched for topics in relation to yearbook content and we get quizzed for ideas on it multiple times each week so we do like to spend a bit of time looking
While screaming “we’re making a yearbook!” in a crowded room might get the message out there quickest, it’s probably not going to get people involved in the project and excited for the big reveal. Also, you would look like a lunatic. Luckily, there are better, quieter ways to advertise.