Posters are a simple and cost-effective way of advertising almost anything – so why not put your yearbook creative flair to good use? Here’s how to get marketing!
We see a lot of frantic last-minute requests for help from students writing their yearbook comments. Don’t worry – we’ve got your back. Here’s how to crush it.
Limiting yourself to 140 (or 280) characters is a great way to improve your yearbook comments and cut out the waffle. Many creative people benefit from having small limitations.
Are you stuck in a colourful rut? Don’t know your chartreuse from your cerulean? Just what is puce, anyway? (Hint: these are all colours.)
Don’t despair. Choosing colours is easy if you follow a few simple rules.
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. Sometimes, it just doesn’t. Here’s some ideas to help you out.
Are you a teacher who’s stuck for how to start a yearbook message? Don’t worry; it gets easier with practice. Here’s our top tips for writing open letters to your students.
Inspired by National Storytelling Week, we’ve come up with fun and exciting ways to weave stories into the pages of your yearbook. Go on – tell the world a story!
Get everybody’s attention and ramp up excitement for your yearbook project with a flash mob! Let people know to expect the unexpected from your yearbook, and watch the orders roll in.
Newspapers are an iconic design. Most of our news is found online nowadays, which makes newspapers absolutely perfect for a yearbook design – if print is going out of fashion, it’ll be nostalgic as anything.