Looking to make a yearbook? You can’t do it alone. Behind every great yearbook is an equally great yearbook team, working tirelessly behind the scenes to get the job done. Great teams need great leaders. Without proper management, each member of your superpowered yearbook team will push ahead with their…
When you write an essay or an exam question, you read it afterwards. And again. And again. Why should your yearbook be any different? Checking publications for errors, or “proofing”, has been a part of the print industry for as long as it’s been around – with good reason. Traditionally,…
Nobody wants a fuzzy, grainy picture in their yearbook. This isn’t 1985!
Social media is a prime culprit of poor-quality yearbook images; an image that looks great on your Insta feed might come out blurry and distorted when you print it out.
When it comes time to build out your yearbook, there’s a few tips and tricks you can use to ensure your pictures come out perfect every time.
Have you considered looking for sponsorship for your yearbook project? Sponsored advertisements are a great way to raise the funds for your yearbook, school events, or prom.
Coursing through college? Undertaking uni?
Let’s face it: these are the best years of your life. You’ll want to remember them.
Pizza. Or yearbook. Pizza, or yearbook? You don’t want to force people to make this decision. If they’re having a hard time choosing which one to buy, you’ve done something wrong. A pizza is tasty for a day. A yearbook holds memories for…
Blank Page Syndrome. We’ve all suffered from it. I know I’m suffering from it now. Sometimes you sit down to write, but nothing comes to mind. After an hour or two of staring at the screen, you find it’s as blank and white as a sugar-dipped…
This is a refreshed version of a post from 5th March, 2014
As I write this, I’m wearing a hoodie. The hoodie I got when I left school. Ask anybody; your school leavers hoodie is the one piece of clothing you’ll own and wear forever…
If you can get it right.
While screaming “we’re making a yearbook!” in a crowded room might get the message out there quickest, it’s probably not going to get people involved in the project and excited for the big reveal. Also, you would look like a lunatic. Luckily, there are better, quieter ways to advertise.
I already have social media timelines. Why even bother with a yearbook?
Good question. Truth is, there are so many reasons to make a yearbook, it’s a no-brainer.
Here is the definitive list of reasons you should start making a yearbook right now: