Looking for yearbook examples to get inspired? Look no further. Last year we worked with Scent-a-Barks Doggy Daycare to produce a fun-filled yearbook showcasing their four-legged clients.
Want to design your own yearbook cover? Here are a few tips to get the best result.
Covers go all the way around the book. We tend to think of a book’s front cover and back cover as separate. In reality they’re one image that wraps all the way around.
Breaking news… The craze that swept the entire planet makes great yearbook cover content! Selfies are ideal for yearbooks as I’d bet that everyone has at least ten ready to go – saving you precious time taking the photos yourself. By the way, selfies should definitely feature in a time capsule page, will we still be popping out the selfie stick in twenty years from now? Anyway back to this decade.
You may have stumbled across our previous post about creating yearbook pages to colour in. We really do love this idea, so how about applying the same level of interactivity to your yearbook cover?
Creating a yearbook cover to colour in gets everyone to put their own mark on their yearbook. What a fun activity for the last day of school!
Whether you are designing your own yearbook have a think about what you would like on your yearbook cover. Often the last part to be designed, the cover is always the first thing people see. Here are some cover design ideas from our design team: