You’ve got all your information together for your yearbook awards. You’ve brainstormed a bunch of fun categories. You’ve put together an online survey, sent out the link, and patiently collated all the responses. Your yearbook awards are 100% ready to go.
And now comes the fun part – putting it all together and designing your yearbook awards page.
How about a little yearbook design inspiration to get those creative juices flowing? Here are three fun, funky concepts for a show-stopping yearbook awards page. Use these ideas as inspiration, or heck, just copy them! We won’t tell.
It’s hard to go wrong with a scrapbooking theme, and our Yearbook Hub software makes it easy to achieve. Get that doodled, scribbled, collaged, messy-desk look going with torn-paper page backgrounds, polaroid photo frames and hand-drawn design elements.
The key to a good scrapbooking-effect yearbook theme is to keep the mess organised. Use lots of clip art to get a jumbled look, but make sure it all has a similar feel, and align your main design elements along consistent margins to keep the pages looking coherent.
Put on your shades and bling it up! There’s nothing like a little old-school glamour. Use glittery, sparkly gold page backgrounds together with shimmering gold badges and stars. The combination of black and gold gives you that cool, vintage Great Gatsby feel.
Or go the opposite direction and use a modern social media theme for your yearbook awards page. Combine smartphone page backgrounds with social media clip art to make your yearbook awards feel like a fun group chat.
Round avatar-style photos are key here. The Borders & Edges tool in our Yearbook Hub software lets you set custom shapes for your photos. You’ll also want to choose a clean sans-serif font (wait, a what? Quick font-style masterclass here) to give a streamlined digital feel to your awards page.
Can’t wait to get going? Start creating today with a free Yearbook Hub trial account. Try out all these design elements, plus hundreds more – just drag and drop!