Once you’ve created a section, you will then want to add content to your pages. To do this, click on the icon showing a pencil. This allows you to check the section out for editing: in other words, you can design and edit your pages. Only one person at a time can work on a section. When a user has checked a section out for editing, other users will see that section as ‘checked out’ (like a library book – only one person can have it checked out at a time). When you’ve finished working on your pages, in order to check the section back in, click on either ‘Save and Exit’ (to save your changes) or ‘Cancel and Exit’ (to discard your changes) at the top of the page.
Looking for some real-life yearbook inspiration? We’ve had an amazing year at SPC Yearbooks, and we’d love to share some of the year’s best leavers’ yearbooks with you.
These are some fantastic examples of what you can achieve with our Yearbook Hub software. With hundreds of ready-made covers, page backgrounds and clip art images, there’s no limit to what you can create!
The pressure is on – it’s time to sign your friends’ yearbooks! Yearbook messages from your friends will be super meaningful years from now, so you want to get this right. Don’t panic, stare at the blank page like a deer in headlights, finally scrawl ‘Have a great summer!’ and then facepalm forever. Be prepared with these great quotes about friends and friendship. Yours can be that perfect yearbook quote that everyone else wishes they’d thought of.
Designing yearbook page layouts is trickier than it looks. Combining balance, symmetry and creativity to create eye-catching yearbook pages can be a real challenge.
It can be helpful to have examples to use as a starting point when setting out your yearbook pages. And it’s good to use lots of layout styles in your yearbook to keep readers engaged. With that in mind, here are ten top-notch yearbook layout examples to help you get started!