Yearbook Design Idea: Using Signs


Using Signs:

Signs are everywhere. On streets, in schools, in shops. And they’re everywhere because they work. But if I told you that you can have a lot of fun with signs, you probably wouldn’t believe me, would you.


Using signs is one of our favourite yearbook ideas, and a simple but effective way to improve your yearbooks.



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1: Awards Pages

Take photos of students holding signs for the awards they have won. Rather than having a page of writing, or a picture of a student next to the award they have won, combine the two.

This is a particularly good idea if one of your awards is ‘student most likely to be pictured holding up a sign in their yearbook’.

 

2: The Front Cover

You’re front cover has to look good. It is going to be everyone’s first impression of your yearbook. So why not take a photo of your entire year groups for your front cover. Better yet, have some students hold up signs with letters on, spelling out the name of your school.

 

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3: Memories

Ask students to write down some of their favourite memories on a piece of card or a hand-held whiteboard, and feature these as memory pages. 

 

 

4: Quotes

Similarly to memories. We find that quotes pages become more interesting, more personal and more fun if signs are used. Picture students with their quote on a sign. And remember, you are Lisa Simpson.

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It’s different, it’s personal to you, and it’ll look great. We really can’t think of any reason why you wouldn’t want to use this design idea in your yearbook. 

 


 

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