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Page Idea: What Will Life Be Like 10 Years From Now?

When I left primary school (way back in 1996), the millennium was close enough to not seem like a lifetime away, but technology wasn’t quite yet going full-steam ahead so there was plenty of opportunity to make crazy assumptions about what the future might hold. If you’ve seen Back To The Future, you’re probably sorely disappointed to learn that the closest thing we have to the hover board is the ‘self balancing scooter’; (you know, those two-wheeled contraptions that just scream ‘broken bones!’).  While some of the more elaborate predictions haven’t quite made it to reality, there are a fair number of things that were accurately foretold. Big Brother’s surveillance society, anyone?

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Make Them Want It! Teaser Posters

Creating your yearbook is only half the fun. 
We find that a lot of people get close to finishing their yearbook, then realise that they have done very little in the way of promoting it. Imagine you’ve spent hours perfecting your one-of-a-kind yearbook, to find that none of your fellow leavers know it exists.
Yearbook marketing posters are not only cost effective, they are a quick and simple way to get your message across. We’re here to help you with every aspect of your yearbook project, so let’s get cracking on the marketing!

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Page Idea: Talk Is Cheep, Say It With A Tweet!

When Twitter first hit the social media scene, part of the appeal was the strict 140 character limit; meaning that you didn’t have to scroll through huge blocks of text detailing what someone you had a class with three years ago had for breakfast, or the graphic details of your cousin’s messy relationship breakdown. Yes, Twitter made it easier to cut through the noise and forced people to be more creative with what they were saying out in the public arena. Good times.

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Let’s Do The Time Warp – Some Of Our Old Faves

Let’s take a trip down memory lane, shall we?

Sometimes inspiration can strike in the most useful of ways; when you have loads of time to work on an idea and put something together. This convergence of creativity and free time is much celebrated, but the reality is that it very rarely happens. More likely is the realisation that you have less than a week to finalise a theme for your yearbook before the whole thing needs signing off. And you forgot to tell Mary that she needs to give you a different quote. And your form tutor doesn’t even know that he needs to write a goodbye letter. You get the idea; it’s all too easy to let time run away from you when you have a lot on your plate.

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